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|Distance to city centre||7.3 km|
|Nearest Airport||Las Vegas McCarran|
|Distance to airport||4.1 km|
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|room was ready||in 72 reviews|
It’s a quiet place but it’s not an most advantage thing because you can find the quietness at other hotels.
We want to have a bath tub but they don’t have that information online when I booked the hotel. Lack of information. It’s ruining my trip.
I arrived about 4 PM, the check in line was long and slow, and I had to wait until after 5:00 for a room. After I got into my room, I went into the bathroom and there was drain water all over the counters and floors. I called guest services, and they told me they would "try to" send a technician up soon. I asked to speak to a manager to change rooms, but was told I couldn't. I had to go down and wait in the front desk like again, which is what I did. I received a new room and was told a manager would call me, as this shouldn't have happened, but nobody followed up.
The room in itself was modern, however stains on the couch (room 8101) was not representative of a new hotel.
Upon arriving I advised the concierge that the purpose of our trip was to view the firework display. I specifically asked for a room facing the display (which is planned weeks in advance in Vegas), and was advised that the highest floor in the NOBU was 12, and I was given room 8101 (the 11th floor) facing the flamingo. I was disappointed to find out this hotel was NOT like Caesars' having 70 floors, and more disappointed to find out the room we were provided was opposite of the firework display, the display was on the OPPOSITE side of our room (and the building), meaning we did not see one display since it was behind us. I paid 350 for the 4th of July night, and only saw some reflections of the display in the flamingo windows. We were also not credited for all breakfast usage in the surrounding eating facilities, and the first night had so much noise from an "event", that we could not sleep, and munched on goodies in the room for the first "breakfast", but the staff would not count this as credit for our free breakfast at booking, We (as hotel guests) were also charged 18 bucks a day to park! A very bad experience which will NEVER be repeated.
1- service: had to call at least 10 times for any request since no one is answering any of the transfer options on the phone 2- Ordered room service and I called them to pick up the plates at least 10 times yet no one did until the room stank after 2 days! Had to go down to speak to recpetion! 3- Send laundry and called at least 5 times to ask them to pick it up yet no one picked it up
The laundry service was not working properly, I took two days to get my clothes done.
Las Vegas is a wonderful place to visit. Many tourists love to come here to eat, shop, and gamble. While seeing some shows too, travelers here are always looking for the best place to stay. One of the most popular hotels is the Nobu Hotel. It is located at Caesar’s Palace and has much to offer guests. This hotel is Japanese-inspired and has sleek and modern décor. The rooms here include herbal tea and sleep oils, minibar, mini-fridge, air conditioning with climate controls, and all rooms are non-smoking. There is plenty of on-site dining with Nobu Lounge, Nobu Restaurant, and Lounge, and guests can choose in-room dining if they don’t feel like getting out of their pajamas. If they want to relax just a little more, they can visit the Qua Baths and Spa, which is located on-site as well. Las Vegas is a world of fun and guests of the Nobu Hotel will love how close they are to everything! In the area, they will find The Coliseum at Caesar’s Palace, Secret Food Tours, Absinthe, the Casino at Caesar’s Palace, The Cocktail Cabaret, Cleopatra’s Barge, Vista Cocktail Lounge, Bubble Bar, and Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace. Guests of the Nobu Hotel will enjoy hours of fun and excitement when they get out and walk around Vegas. Booking a room here is simple and can be done easily online. The staff here is ready to help in any way that they can, and the guests here will get to see just how friendly they are when they arrive.
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- Comfortable beds
- Friendly atmosphere
- Good sushi
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