This hotel is kind of weird, as its secretly stashed inside Caesars. The reception is a tiny little desk tucked in the corner of the elevator "waiting room". The elevators were very modern, key entry only. The private concierge right to the room was nice and needed touch, since you can't here a thing at reception. The rooms are simple, clean and beautiful with all of the amenities including a sneaky mini bar:). It even comes with your own nobu slippers. I loved the bathroom, once I had the multiple shower heads figured out. Now for the complaining.
Several times during our stay the concierge told us things that were incorrect, including restaurant hours, said he was sending us up tea to the room that never came, and a $50 food and beverage credit that took forever for them to explain. Also out air conditioning failed one day and had to have a midnight visit by repair men, they were pretty quick getting there and resolving the issue for the night.
Was probably one of the nicer rooms we've sayed in that didn't give a hotel room feel. However it isn't exactly a real hotel. No view no lobby, just hidden area inside of another hotel.
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