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where to stay at Ceasars or Nobu

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by lucky069, Jan 26, 2014.

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  1. lucky069

    lucky069 Tourist

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    Recently returned from a trip staying at Planet Hollywood, nothing like staying at Caesars. I can book a room at the Nobu or Caesars for free I have stayed in the roman and augusta tower before. just never heard of the nobu
     
  2. paperposter

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    if there comping nobu take that
     
  3. lucky069

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    as of now they are. do you know if any rooms have view of fountains. thank you for replying too :cheers:
     
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    not a clue but call fron desk and ask there very helpfull but rember its all subject to change till you check in but grab the nobu comp now
     
  5. 2VegasNuts

    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    I have never seen Nobu comped. Agreed, just book it now and worry about views later. You can always cancel.
     
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    I would take Nobu also - dedicated check in, rooms are simplistic looking, but nice and better than risking getting the Roman Tower at Caesars
     
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    Nobu rooms are very nice, but quite small by today's standards. The tower was built in 1973, is short, and none of the rooms really have good views--you are looking over Caesars rooftops, and you aren't very high up.
     
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    You will get a better view from the Augustus tower. I am not a Caesars fan, I stayed at PH before Caesars and after one stay in the Augustus tower I have never gone back. Hands down nicest room I have had COMP, but I dont like the property. NOBU is the center of the towers, so its not prime viewing.
     
  9. 3544quebec

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    My last 3 trips I've been comped a Nobu Luxury King - the Luxury part of it means you have a view from a higher floor over the Caesar's rooftop to Paris.
    They really aren't anything special and for my upcoming trip I will book an Augustus or Octavius Tower Room instead.
     
  10. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Actually had a host talk me out of Nobu. Smaller, older rooms. Remodeled, but...
     
  11. RM777

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    Albeit, I have never stayed in the Nobu Hotel, but I have had the opportunity to have a quick tour. I really liked the design of the rooms, but I agree with the other posters in this thread that the rooms are small and do not provide great views. Whenever I stay at Caesars, I always stay in the Augustus Tower with a fountain view.
     
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