Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

5.0 star rating

Exceptional accommodation with superior facilities and services.

    What to expect (based on 2322 reviews):

    Cleanliness

    Cleanliness-4.5

    Location

    Location-4.5

    Rooms

    Rooms-4.5

    Service

    Service-4.5

    Value

    Value-4

    5 most recent TripAdvisor reviews:

    Ok visit

    Reviewed by randymann2020() on Sep 29, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			2
			 out of 5

    The shower would not get hot unless we ran the hot water in the tub. The front bathroom toilet would not stop running we called maintenance to fix took so long we had to fix it our self. Front desk was really nice.

    Satisfied - Overall Good Stay

    Reviewed by 591WilliamB591(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) on Sep 26, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			4
			 out of 5

    Stayed at Nobu @ CP during a very quick two day visit to Las Vegas. Caesars has done a good job updating the old Centurion Tower to the Nobu Hotel and I was quite surprised at the quality of the makeover. For starters, Nobu has its own check-in separate from CP. this is nice because you don’t have to stand in the often, gargantuan lines that form in the main lobby. However, it can also be bad because you have to walk through the often crowded hallway by Cleopatra’s Barge nightclub to get to the check-in. However, it wasn’t crowded when I arrived. Check-in was very quick. They now make it a practice to take the temperature of each guest before allowing you to proceed to your room, a COVID safety protocol-so be prepared. The Elevator bank and small check-in area are all contained in one room, so you don’t have to walk very far after checking in. The elevators work with your room key. You scan it, your floor number appears on a screen and it directs you to an elevator (A, B or C) and yes, the elevators were marked and limited to a total of 4 passengers for social distancing. The room itself was large. Two double beds, a large flatscreen, dresser, closet with safe, a sofa, chair with reading lamp, etc. no desk. It also had a well stocked refrigerator and honor bar but be careful, it can charge you just for picking something up. The restroom was very large. No tub but a huge and powerful shower, which Caesars is known for. A lighted mirror and a large sink as well. There was also a separate mirror and chair for use when applying makeup, etc. I can’t complain about anything. The bedding was very comfortable and soft. I had a very good nights sleep here. Also, the hotel is somewhat more quiet than Caesars in general. You feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of the casino. I’ve stayed in virtually every tower at Caesars Palace and I actually prefer this to the Octavius, Palace or Julius mostly because it’s more quiet and serene. All in all, I had a good stay and would stay here again (probably will). Caesars appears to be trying its best in dealing with the current pandemic. Face Masks are mandatory, hand sanitizer stations are everywhere and they even have plexiglass around each individual seat (per table) in the poker room. The one thing that needs improving is keeping people moving as the casino becomes more crowded. While gambling at night, I began to notice people congregating in certain parts of the casino-hotel that everyone has to walk through. Obviously, this can impact social distancing, crowds need to be kept flowing. Other than that, in no way did I feel unsafe or at risk during my short stay.

    DO NOT STAY DURING COVID

    Reviewed by Sarahbpanda() on Sep 22, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			1
			 out of 5

    Wow. Y'all, Vegas is not the place to go during Covid, and Cesar's especially not the hotel. I will start with the only pro's - 1) Nobu Tower privacy is about as good as it gets for that place 2) the POOLS but only if you drop a grand on a day bed or cabana. The hotel is not fully functioning due to covid but they do not tell you that. The food options are TERRIBLE and expensive. I spent $600+ on dinner at Nobu and honestly, I could have gone to a local sushi spot for a quarter of the price and had better. The overall cleanliness is an issue and access to food and water!! OMG! WHy!!!! Vegas is not safe for Covid traveling, really hope my test results come back negative. The stay was going to be my first get-a-way in 8 months.....I am disappointed.

    Individual ratings:

    Cleanliness

    Cleanliness-1

    Location

    Location-3

    Rooms

    Rooms-1

    Service

    Service-2

    Value

    Value-3

    Nobu Escape!

    Reviewed by John L() on Sep 18, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			4
			 out of 5

    Wonderful escape in the Sea of Las Vegas and Caesar's Palace. They could use some desks in the rooms, and some in house or room coffee in the Era of Covid! Great mattresses! Most importantly, the staff were exceptional, and their kind and helpful care was very much appreciated! Our favorite place in Vegas!!

    Really poor

    Reviewed by Bryan F(Whitehouse Station, New Jersey) on Sep 12, 2020

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			1
			 out of 5

    I have stayed at Nobu in the past. In fact the last time was pre COVID in January of 2020. This time was not near as satisfactory. it all started with check in. I booked my reservation online on the Nobu website. I understand this is a "different" hotel than the Caesars and I prefer that. Durning checkout there is an option to add a "early check-in" for 12pm. Flying in from the East coast at 10:30Am it's really important to me to get in a room and have to wait till 3 or 4 PM. At check in, as happens every time Ive come, "the room is not ready". I informed the young lady that I paid for an early check in and showed her the email I got saying the early check in was approved. She said: "that is for Caesars, Nobu does not have an early check in option." Obviously I was concerned. I refused to leave and check my bags so to her credit she eventually find me a suite like the one I was getting and get me in, but still, the fact that the website would allow me to add this option and then be told it was not available is disappointing. The other concern is the time it takes for the water in the shower to get hot. Without exaggeration, it took 10 minutes for the water to get warm. It took 15 minutes for the water to get hot! So if you were in a rush to go to dinner.. you had to wait.