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Room Service is Alive and Well at The Nobu Hotel in Las Vegas

March 17, 2014 at 2:00 PM | by | Comments (0)

The Hotel Max in Seattle may have bagged room service, but at the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, room service is alive and well, and very delicious.

Here's what greeted us one Saturday morning--green tea waffles ($20), a specialty of the Nobu in-room dining menu, served with an egg and bacon along with traditional maple syrup, Yuzu whipped cream, and a sweet Shiso syrup.

Another thing that's still alive and well at The Nobu Hotel is turndown service which features not only little boxes of chocolates and a properly turned-downed bed but also a special lavender mist from Natura Bisse (they do the bath toiletries at Nobu as well.) Turndown service is in addition to the complimentary Welcome amenity at Nobu which is a pot of freshly made green tea and specialty crackers.

Another nice touch was the Nobu Hotel chapstick, passion-fruit flavored and with SPF 15 too. We wonder if all these goodies will make it inside the Nobu Hotel that's to open soon at the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami. Or maybe they'll put a different spin on it--iced green tea and sushi bento boxes on the beach come to mind.

Rates at the Nobu Hotel next weekend start at $199 for Friday and close to $500 on Saturday. Clearly, the rate fluctuates depending on availability and whatever is going on in town or at Caesars (i.e. Elton John is kicking off his limited show dates that night.)

Remember, if you're a Starwood Preferred Guest member you can use and earn your SPG points here at the Nobu Hotel since it's a part of Caesars Entertainment. You'll earn 2 Starpoints for every eligible $1 spent at Caesars properties but you will also need to be or become a member of Caesars' Total Rewards program. And much like the room rates, the points redemption varies as well. Typically, the amount needed for a Nobu stay is around 72,000 points. On the lower end, a night at The Quad across the street is around 29,000 points. You can check the points needed before you book on this website, totalrewards.com/spg.

But we think it's better to pay for the room, especially if you can nab the $199 room rate, and rack up the Starpoints on in-room dining instead. Or you know, you could make an actual trip downstairs to the Nobu restaurant.

[Disclosure: We stayed at the Nobu Hotel as a guest of SPG but all views and opinions (and delight at the green tea waffles) are our own.]

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