Almost 20 years after creating the first Nobu restaurant in New York, the legendary name became a hotel. A collaboration between chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro, restaurateur Meir Teper, and Rockwell Group, the hotel is an extension of the history and meticulous craft present in everything that bears the Nobu name.
Rockwell is known for his dramatic and spectacular designs which can be easily noticed in many fantastic, high-impact restaurants, malls, airline terminals, theater sets and even playgrounds. Their work varies from the sleek interiors of Nobu and the W Hotels to the exuberant Mohegan Sun Casino, from the pop-tastic scenery for the Broadway musical Hairspray to the sublimely hilarious high-modern sets for Team America: World Police.
Nobu Hotel has a distinctly different feel than most Las Vegas hotels, and features Japanese-inspired décor mixed with sleek, modern touches. Situated inside a separate tower at Caesars Palace, guests will feel miles away from Vegas with the zen plum and gold accent furnishings and clever artwork. This boutique hotel also includes in-room dining from Nobu restaurant. Room amenities include herbal sleep oil and tea.
Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace emanates style and sophistication. Located on the Nobu hotel’s upper floors and featuring contemporary and traditional Japanese artwork, and sleek decor with splashes of gold and purple, the spacious and luxurious Las Vegas hotel does not disappoint.
Exclusive room amenities include exotic-scented sleep oils and tea. Guests also have personalized concierge assistance and priority access to Nobu Restaurant. Nobu redefines both elegance and service.
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