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The View From Here At Nobu Hotel

February 1, 2013 at 9:11 PM | by | ()

The highly anticipated Nobu Hotel will welcome its first guests at Caesars Palace on Monday, February 4. And, things are down to the wire as the hotel-within-a-hotel still works on finishing touches.

We got a tour of a standard room, both a king and two doubles, at Nobu Friday afternoon. Hotel reps say the rooms were just turned over to them three days prior. And, that suites still weren't ready to be viewed. We'll have a full review of the rooms we did see, and our sampling of Nobu Restaurant which soft opened Friday night, on Monday (February 4). Until then, here's what a Nobu view looks like, from a standard room on the 78th floor. Not too thrilling, right? Come back after the weekend to find out if the room makes up for that.

For those who don't know, Nobu Hotel takes over the gross Centurion Tower. Caesars' Nobu Hotel, by acclaimed chef Nobu Matsuhisa, is the first of its kind in the world and offers 180 rooms and 16-suites. The starting rate is around $269 a night.

Archived Comments:

Where's my Abacus?

78th floor? Really? The Centurion Tower had only 14 floors. More importantly, the 78th floor would mean that with 180 rooms and 16-suites, there are on average only 2.5 rooms/suites per floor.