This visit was family related, cousins coming in from WA and CA. They chose Ceasars which in all the times I have been to Vegas have never had the opportunity to stay at. I had always seen Nobu (a boutique hotel tucked into Ceasars across from the steakhouse) and wanted to stay if I had an opportunity. I made reservations online for one of the Ceasars Towers since this is where my family was staying. Upon check in I was told I was upgraded to Nobu and I would need to check in at their desk. I was soooo excited. Since my family was each placed in different towers in didn't matter that I was in Nobu.
The staff member was willing to walk me over to check in but I knew where it was so no worries. The staff at Nobu were extremely inviting and welcoming. One of the staff showed me how to use the card key for elevators (use room key to activate elevator, opens a specific elevator, goes directly to your floor without any buttons) showed me to my room, made sure everything was as I wanted. Very personal service.
All the decor was Asian themed, contemporary. The bathroom was beautiful, large walk in shower with black tile, waterfall shower head and lower shower head. There was one extremely large deep sink and counter area but on the opposite side was another make up / counter area w/electrical outlet also. Really nice black and white long robes, high end bath products.
My room had a king size bed which was like sleeping on a cloud, OMG, either I was exhausted or it was really comfy ;) The room had a large dresser cabinet with a good size flat screen tv above it. On the left side of the cabinet was a stocked refrigerator, (careful with all hotels now if you remove an item for more than 30 seconds you are charged). If you need a fridge, just call the desk and they will bring one up to your room for your personal items. In one of the drawers was a coffee maker, coffee, cups, tea, champagne glasses, etc. Another drawer had some snacks, personal intimate kits, even a rolled up pair of flat shoes in a can, lol, never seen those before. The room also had a sofa table and sofa. My view as in a lot of hotels in vegas was part of the strip but also looking at the roof below of part of ceasars and across the way one of the towers. Vegas has built up so much it is sometimes difficult to find an absolutely clear view of the strip.
My room also had a closet with another set of robes, black and white short ones. There was also a very nice safe for valuables, another small dresser, iron, etc. there were also 2 sets of really cushy slippers, again black and white pair. I never had any issues with anything in my room and I never heard any noise or loud neighbors. I was able to plug in my iPod to listen to my music when I wanted.
Upon returning to my room in the evening, the tv was on a Spa/Zen type station with really relaxing music, the bed was turned down, the slippers were set out on a mat on each side of the bed with the robes set out on each side of the bed also. There were bottles of water on each side and a little bottle of lavender spray with a note from the maid letting me know if I needed anything where to contact. There was also a weather card for the next days weather.
There is a small fitness center, business station, concierge, coffee and tea on the 72nd floor just for Nobu guests. The staff was always more than accommodating. My real Zen moment was after two days of constant noise overload, my cousin wanted to come up to my room to hang out, we dedcided to walk over to the Forum shops for ice cream. We grabbed some great gelato not to far away and decided to come back to my room, we walked in the door, the zen music was playing with nice relaxing pictures scrolling across the scene, the door closed and it was just beautifully peaceful, one of those "ahhh" moments.
I felt Nobu was centrally located to the shops, casino, pool, etc. I thoroughly enjoyed staying here and would absolutely do so again. Thank you Ceasars for upgrading me, i really appreciate it. I hope if you choose Nobu, your stay is as inviting and enjoyable as mine was.
- 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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