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Caesar's Question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by ACMike, Apr 28, 2015.

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  1. ACMike

    ACMike High-Roller

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    Question for all of you Caesar's Palace people out there: Which do you prefer, a King room in Octavius tower or a King room at Nobu? Assume both are comped. Thanks!
     
  2. newmans

    newmans VIP Whale

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    The Nobu King room doesn't have a bath. Depends what you like.
     
  3. ACMike

    ACMike High-Roller

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    Ah, thanks, did not know that.
     
  4. Steve3ZX

    Steve3ZX Low-Roller

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    Octavius over Nobu (while newer, are much smaller)
     
  5. S'AllGoodMan

    S'AllGoodMan High-Roller

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    450 square feet for Nobu, 650 square feet for Octavius. Haven't stayed at Nobu for that reason. Octavius is mt favorite tower with a pool view.
     
  6. NickG

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    Is the Octavius tower better than the Augustus tower? What is the difference?
     
  7. easy_money

    easy_money Low-Roller

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    I believe the Nobu rooms are only 350sq ft or 400 tops. They're small and for the same reason as you, that's the reasons I never chose to stay there. That's probably the reason they don't show the actual size on TR site but it's on many other sites as those room used to be the Centurion tower rooms.
     
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    easy_money Low-Roller

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    They' both great, can't go wrong with either. The Octavius is the new tower. It''s close to the pools while Augustus is closer to the strip. August has premium view rooms of the fountains, while Octavius does, but not premium views. Octavius can be a hike if you want to go anywhere else on the strip.
     
  9. NewOrleansSlimm

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    you have a much further walk to the octavious, only reason i dont stay in that tower anymore. prefer the augustus cuz its close to the strip...imo the augustus rooms seem bigger than the octavious, the octavious is newer though...the bathroom in octavious was a lil bigger than the augustus...for viewing get the augustus overlooking the bellagio fountains, octavious pool view to check out the ladies
     
  10. Guy_

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    I have stayed in both. I liked the Augustus tower better. Closer to the casino, the room felt larger, and looked nicer in general.
    I think Octavius is considered the higher level tower but don't ask me why
     
  11. jf3976

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    I liked nobu and how close it was to everything. We stayedin king deluxe, and don't remember it being super small, but we didn't spend much time in the room anyway. Enjoyed the private checkin and would stay there again, but we've been staying on corporate offers, which don't ordinarily include nobu, even though we can't get it comped.

    Forgot to add, we've been staying in Octavius or Augustus, both are similar. Octavius does seem like quite a trek though, even talking the back way.
     
  12. Viva Las Vegas

    Viva Las Vegas Ramblin' Gamblin' Man

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    I've stayed in the Augustus Towers each Caesars trip but one (Forum) via upgrades at check in This time, I was able to book Octavius during the reservation process and did to try it. I do like the convenience of being near the strip in the Augustus Tower, and the rooms are very nice. Looking forward to trying the Octavius tower!
     
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    Octavius rooms are much larger, and frequently have better views. It's a bit of a trek to the front entrance. I've stayed there a few times, and it had been my favorite.

    Nobu rooms are small, but have nicer appointments. The tower is centrally located. Caesars tries to market Nobu as a boutique hotel, with better service. Perhaps this is true, but the differences are small.

    In addition to location and size of rooms, another big difference is the bathroom layout. Nobu bathrooms have only a shower -- but it's a really big shower! There's also only one sink -- but it's a big sink.

    As a solo lodger, I preferred the Nobu tower, but only by a little. I'd be happy with Nobu, Octavius or Augustus.
     
  14. ACMike

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    Thanks to all for sharing their opinions!
     
  15. Peachiekeehn

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    I believe the Augustus rooms are about 100 sq. ft. larger than the Octavius. The even numbered rooms have the fountain view.
     
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