We stayed at Nobu the weekend of April 11, 2014. There is so much to like about this little hotel, but the few cons are definitely major shortfalls.
The registration desk is friendly and efficient. They could not have been more helpful. The room itself was lovely with a gorgeous bathroom and a very comfortable bed. The bath product assortment was top notch and plentiful. The room was large enough that we never felt cramped and we appreciate having so many plugs & USB ports & other plugins that can be rare in other hotels.
We loved the location of the Nobu entrance. Vegas hotels are so large you often feels like you are walking miles through twist & turns to find your room. Nobu was in the center of the action & quiet.
However, our biggest complaint is the AC. The fan is quite loud & runs constantly. There is a constant loud hum (as another reviewer said, white noise) so the room was never truly quiet. They managed to achieve quiet in the hallways, so I wish they could have in the rooms.
Also, we were on the "74th floor" - but it isn't really the 74th floor. It really just the 4th or 5th floor. We had a view of the lower roof & AC systems and the Mirage marquee (there is nothing creepier than seeing a constant loop of Terry Factor's puppets every time you opened your curtains). For being the luxury sub-hotel, it was probably the worst view in all of Ceasar's.
We had wonderful turn down service on Saturday evening, but nothing on Friday. I guess consistency isn't their thing.
The last complaint that I have is they don't seem to enforce any security with the phones. On Sunday morning, a group of guys kept calling my room insisting that I was the girl they met the night before. I wasn't, but they kept calling & harassing me. I did not bring this issue up with the staff as I was checking out shortly. But when your in Vegas, you definitely need security from the over-indulgers.
All in all, I would not be opposed to visiting Nobu again. If I could be guaranteed a room on a higher floor. But I am not certain I would pick Nobu over a standard room at Ceasar's.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The world's first ever Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace is a luxury infused, celebrity-driven exhibition. And its guests? We can't quite put our finger on it, but well, let's just say they have a certain je ne sais quoi, not to mention great taste. Immerse yourself in luxury that emerges at every turn, every texture, and every amenity. Welcome to Nobu. ... more less
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