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Interesting Review of Nobu at Caesars Palace

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by nostresshere, Feb 12, 2016.

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  1. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Thanks for sharing.....hope this review and CET's shortfalls are spread wide across the internet. One would expect better treatment by the company when someone is paying huge $$$$ - guess they don't care about the bad publicity....
     
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    On the other hand, many people are probably paying huge $$$$ at Caesars so I can quite understand why they wouldn't want to tie someone up trying to get through to room service for one guest.
     
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    I believe the point of the reviewer is that no one picked up the phone for room service. If the restaurant was truly backed up, then why didn't Nobu room service simply say they were temporarily unable to take orders? Letting a phone ring off the hook sounds more like the DMV than a luxury hotel.
     
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    Well said. I have been in many hotels where you either get a recording, or they answer and let you know that it will be an hour, or two, etc. Might not like that answer, but at least you know. As to giving the order to someone else in a hotel... that has trouble written all over it. Especially in a place as big as that. That would be very, very stupid to trust.
     
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    Sorry I should have been more specific. My comment was for him wanting someone else other than room service to take his order. I totally agree that room service should have answered.
     
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