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Nobu

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by BarbaryCoast, Aug 8, 2013.

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  1. BarbaryCoast

    BarbaryCoast Tourist

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    Anyone have an recommendations for Nobu hotel? What to maybe ask for with $20+ trick? Reading the reviews, it seems like people are either really impressed or underwhelmed for the money. Not much inbetween. Views of air conditioning units seem to be a common complaint. Thanks
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Seems Augustus is nicer. Other than private checkin and privacy, it is just an old hotel remodeled.
     
  3. BarbaryCoast

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    Was starting to wonder if that might be the case. Is free access to Qua Spa and 1p checkout standard? Some people mention it. Seems like a couple of nice perks.
     
  4. Julie888

    Julie888 High-Roller

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    There aren't many levels, eight as I recall so it's hard to avoid the view of air condioners. Caesars should do something to disguise them. Don't know what's on the other side (north).

    Very nice amenities and they do turn down every night. More convenient to the casino than Augustus.

    I don't think they said anything to us about Qua. They did say we had access to the adult pool but we couldn't get in because we didn't have our I.D. with us. There was no question of us being 21. Next day it wasn't open yet. Looked in and it seemed to be all lounge beds, etc. Extra charge? Was just curious what it was like.

    The room was comped so it was worth trying. I would do it again, I think. I do love an Augustus tower room with fountain view if that can be guaranteed.
     
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    After 40 years of development, what is now the Nobu tower is surrounded by larger structures and does not really offer good views. I had a luxury/premium view and it was...not impressive. They will not give you a suite using the $20 trick so I would just save it if staying @ Nobu.

    The rooms are chic, fresh, new and luxurious but quite small by the standard of newer LV hotels. The location within the resort is ideal and addresses the complaint many have about "too much walking" at Caesars. If you stay at Caesars a lot it is worth a try to see if you like it. If not, I would go for Augustus or Octavius towers. I am comped in all but looking at the regular rates, Nobu has dropped fast and is now generally lower than the newer premium towers @ Caesars.
     
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