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Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace: Luxury Infused, Celebrity Driven


Luxury Infused, Celebrity Driven.

To make your stay in Las Vegas truly spectacular, we suggest checking out and checking in to the one of a kind “Hotel within a hotel” Nobu Hotel Caesars PalaceLocated in what was once  The Centurion Tower, after a multi-million dollar refurbishment, the highly anticipated boutique hotel opened in February 2013.

A masterful collaboration between Caesars Palace, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, two-time Academy Award winner, Robert De Niro, and Hollywood film producer, Meir Teper, Nobu is the first celebrity chef-branded hotel venture in Las Vegas.

Another stunning offering from David Rockwell and his firm the Rockwell Group, the unmistakable “Rockwell style” infuses the interior design of the strikingly unique boutique hotel, including 181 rooms, 18 luxury suites and common areas, as well as the adjoining restaurant and lounge.

Incorporating his passion for the Nobu brand and drawing from his decades-long Nobu collaboration, Rockwell has created stylish interiors showcasing natural materials fused with Nobu’s signature Japanese elegance that artfully convey the fun and energetic Nobu lifestyle.

 Make Your Event Unforgettably Special

The 18 luxury suites range from one-bedroom, 1,000 square feet, to five-bedroom, 3,500 square feet configurations and are available for guests who seek premium accommodations or a stunning venue for an unforgettable special event.

Showcasing Nobu’s first-ever, in-room dining menu, exclusive amenities and guest privileges, Nobu Hotel is centrally located within Caesars Palace just steps away from Las Vegas’ world-class entertainment, luxury shopping and gaming.

Complimentary valet or transportation services are available. Check-In time is 4:00PM and Check-Out time is 11:00AM. Room reservations are available at NobuCaesarsPalace.comThe Nobu site offers virtual tours of all of the hotel’s rooms, suites and amenities.

 Nobu Restaurant

Located steps from the entrance to Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, this visual and culinary masterpiece is the latest and largest of the 26 Nobu Restaurants. Spanning over 12,000 square feet and featuring a Sushi Bar, Lounge, and 3 traditional Teppan-Yaki tablesthe restaurant comfortably accommodates 327 guests.

“A lively mix of traditional and modern themes, famed designer David Rockwell integrated traditional Japanese materials to create a private dining experience like no other.”

Bamboo structures that line the exterior restaurant walls are reminiscent of traditional Japanese Ikebana baskets that allow guests to enjoy private dining while they observe other diners as well as passersby. As Nobu Manager Colleen Donolan points out, “That is one of Nobu Restaurant’s themes, to see, and be seen.” Another theme of the Nobu experience is to incorporate elements that are representative of their local neighborhood or region. Here, hints of bright fabrics and bold shapes are a nod to the colorful and dramatic feel of Las Vegas.

In addition to a spectacular Sushi Bar, there are three Teppan-Yaki Tables located throughout the space. In fact, Nobu Caesars Palace is the first Nobu in the United States to feature this traditional Japanese style cuisine. Guests are treated to signature Nobu dishes such as yellowtail jalapeño, black cod with miso, and premium Japanese Wagyu beef. The dinner menu is (beyond) impressive and the menus created for the Teppan-Yaki experience are truly unique and reflect the Nobu concept of traditional meets modern.

If you want to truly experience the essence of Nobu, skip over all of the hot and cold menus and order the Multi-Course Omakase Menu. The Chef’s Daily Creation Omakase Menu is the best way to experience Nobu the way it was intended, with each dish individually selected for you.

Since opening in February 2013, Nobu has established itself as THE place to dine for locals, tourists and celebrities and reservations are highly suggested.

Call for reservations, or visit NobuCaesarsPalace.com

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