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This swanky boutique hotel – tucked inside Caesars Palace – impresses guests with its primo location and sophisticated decor that blends contemporary American accents with intricate Japanese elements. Guest rooms are appointed with Japanese art pieces and feature a gold and purple color scheme, as well as minibars, iPad docking stations and free access to the 5,000-square-foot fitness center. Staying here also grants VIP access to OMNIA nightclub and priority reservations for the famed Nobuyuki Matsuhisa-helmed Nobu restaurant and lounge. Though most guests praise the hotel for its Zen-like atmosphere and sense of seclusion amid the Strip's riotous party atmosphere, some bemoan the steep room rates. That said, if you're willing to splurge, previous visitors assure you won't be disappointed with your accommodations, describing the beds as extremely comfortable. And if you're still craving an extra dose of relaxation, visit the property's Qua Baths & Spa.
- Las Vegas, NV
- Hotel Class
- Property Type
- Boutique hotel, 181 rooms
- Primary View
- City center
- Best For
- Business travelers, Couples, Groups
- 5.0Hotel Class
- GOODCritic Rating
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The 181-room property – from the creators of the Nobu Japanese restaurant chain – offers more upscale accommodations than the main Caesars hotel, with a Japanese twist: Japanese-themed David Rockwell design, feng shui floor plans, hot tea waiting upon arrival, and minibars stocked with Japanese beer and sake.
The amenities are all worthy of the celeb owners (and guests), from the Italian linens and custom Natura Bisse products to the gourmet, Nobu-selected mini-bar with things like blood orange-chili juice and Pocky chocolate sticks.
Service is extra-attentive, while snacks and room service from Chef Nobu range from traditional American to sushi for breakfast, giving the whole thing an exclusive air – a good thing considering the premium prices you'll pay to stay here.
Caesars Palace is a great locale, but if you're in the mood for something a bit more peaceful, try its hotel-within-a-hotel, Nobu. Yes, as in the restaurant. It has its own check-in, amazing toiletries, and a great location near the Forum Shops and Caesars Palace's delicious restaurants – including, yes, Nobu.
A hotel's guest rating is calculated using data provided under license by TripAdvisor. A total of 1732 have reviewed the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, giving it a rating of 4.5, on a scale of 1-5.
TripAdvisor Travel Rating:TripAdvisor Travel Rating: 4.5 (based on 1732 reviews)
- Fragrances appear in the bath amenities, turndown service sleep oils and even the scented air
- Many rooms have limited views due to being at the center of the Caesars Palace complex
- Resort fee of $35 per night includes in-room Wi-Fi access for two devices, local calls and access to the fitness center
Standard room size: 350 square feet
- Premium channels
- Shower/tub combo
- Separate shower
- Separate tub
- Wireless internet
- Free internet
- Fee for internet usage
- Guest rooms with patios and balconies
- Adjoining rooms available
Location & Parking
- Separate check-in desk and concierge staff
- Priority valet service
- About 5 miles northwest of McCarran International Airport
- 24-hour valet parking (free)
- 24-hour self-parking (free)
- Airport shuttle (with fee)
- Car service (with fee)
Within walking distance of:
- Bus stop
- Movie theater
- Train station
- Subway/metro stop
- Grocery store
- Caesars Palace restaurants include the Bacchanal Buffet, Rao's Las Vegas, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill and more
- Nobu Socials held every Friday include a complimentary cocktail and meet and greet with hotel management
- Aside from the casual and upscale sit-down restaurants, a food court offers quick-service items, and several lounges and bars pour drinks 24/7
Number of restaurants: 1
Cuisine Types: Asian
- Fine dining
- Casual dining
- Quick service cafe/coffee shop/marketplace
- Room service
- 24-hour room service
- free breakfast
- Children are allowed in the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis but not at Venus European Pool Lounge or Fontuna Pool
- Kid-friendly dining options available within Caesars Palace
- Kids Club
- Free Kids Club
- Fee for Kids Club
- High Chairs
- Extra fee for access to the facility's Roman baths and sauna
- Both fitness centers open daily from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- Weight equipment
- Cardio equipment
- Yoga mats
- Free fitness classes
- Premium fitness classes (with fee)
- UPS Store in the Palace Tower serves as a full-service business center seven days a week
- Larger suites can accommodate receptions, meetings and dinner parties, with Nobu catering, if desired
Number of meeting rooms: 41
- Business center
- Meeting rooms
- Meeting and event planners available
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