Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, 89109

Location: Strip

Type: Resort/Hotel, Non-Gaming Hotel

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

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Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

If you're a fan of chef Nobu Matsuhisa and his collection of world-renowned Nobu restaurants, you're in luck. He and his partners (actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper) opened the world's first Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

There are 181 lovely guestrooms and suites accessed via a striking lobby, which was built from hand-carved blocks of wood. This gives a hint of the playful yet natural ambiance in store during your sojourn, which will begin with a welcome hot tea service and feature a turndown service with exclusive pillow and bath menus as well as Nobu scented sleep oils.

At Nobu Hotel, the stylish interior of the rooms incorporates a mix of traditional and contemporary icons from Japanese culture. The carpeting and main wall showcase a design that alludes to calligraphy. Custom works of Japanese expressionist and graffiti art are also on display. Plus, a serene atmosphere is created with lantern-like lamps, decorative cherry blossoms and beds laden with 330-thread-count satin Italian sheets. In addition, the bathrooms contain elegant stone tiling and teak fittings. Guests are sure to enjoy the oversized walk-in showers and basin-style sinks.

On the ground floor is the world's largest Nobu Restaurant and Lounge. It spans 12,775 square feet. Across one wall there's a sushi bar. The dining floor is surrounded by a series of private rooms, some with lazy Susans and others with sizzling teppanyaki tables. Toward the back are two long chef's tables that stretch the length of the open kitchen, while at the front is a 15-person bar and a lounge filled with semi-enclosed pods for intimacy.

Among the unique features at Nobu Hotel is a custom-designed app that can be used with smart phones, tablets and computers. You can check in with it or order items from the restaurant and have them delivered directly to your room. You can also message a personal concierge who will see to all of your needs.

Top-notch service is truly a benefit for guests at Nobu Hotel. There are a wide range of VIP access and amenities available -- such as entrance to the fitness center and the stunning pool complex at Caesars Palace. Guests can also take advantage of in-room spa treatments. And whenever you want to dine in Nobu Restaurant, you'll receive priority seating.

An innovative concept, Nobu Hotel embraces comfortable simplicity while providing every luxury imaginable. A stay here is sure to be a relaxing and memorable experience – as well as put you in a prime location to enjoy the wonderful entertainment, shopping, dining and nightlife opportunities that abound in Caesars Palace's Roman empire.

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Attractions: No, but there's the free Fall of Atlantis show and aquarium inside The Forum Shops at Caesars.
Casino: No, but Caesars Palace's 129,000-square-feet casino is just steps away.
Entertainment: No. However, several big-name visiting headliners and live music can be found at Caesars Palace, including Elton John, Rod Stewart and Shania Twain (closing Dec. 13, 2014), who headline at The Colosseum. The circus-style show Absinthe takes place in front of Caesars Palace, and British singing sensation Matt Goss appears in The Gossy Room at Cleopatra's Barge.
Free Parking: Complimentary valet and covered parking.
Nightlife: There's a large bar area in Nobu Restaurant and Lounge. In Caesars Palace, there is Shadow Bar, Cleopatra's Barge, Seahorse Lounge, the Lobby Bar, Apostrophe Bar and Numb Bar & Frozen Cocktails. Omnia Nightclub will debut at Caesars Palace in spring 2015.
Policies: The maximum total number of guests (adults and children) in a room is four. The maximum occupancy varies for suites.
Pool: No, but guests do have private access to Caesars Palace's eight Roman-style pools that comprise the Garden of the Gods complex. During the spring and summer months, Caesars Palace also opens the adults-only Venus Pool Club.
Race & Sports Book: No, but there is a 250-seat race and sports book at Caesars Palace.
Resort Fee: 28.00
Restaurants: Nobu Hotel boasts the world's largest Nobu Restaurant and Lounge. Caesars Palace has the following dining options: Bacchanal Buffet, Beijing Noodle #9, Central Michel Richard, Guy Savoy, Mesa Grill, Old Homestead Steakhouse, Payard Pâtisserie & Bistro, Rao's, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill and Serendipity 3. Mr Chow will open in early 2015. The Forum Shops at Caesars has additional restaurants: Trevi, La Salsa, The Palm, Planet Hollywood, Spago, The Cheesecake Factory, Il Mulino, Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab, Sushi Roku, Carmine's and Cafe Della Spiga.
Shops: No, but more than 160 restaurants and shops can be found in The Forum Shops at Caesars. There are also upscale shops in the Appian Way, a hallway that runs next to Nobu Hotel.
Spa: No, but the 50,000-square-foot Qua Baths & Spa is located in Caesars Palace. It offers multiple types of massages and services in its 51 treatment rooms. Color - A Salon by Michael Boychuck is also located next door to the spa.

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Nobu at Nobu Hotel

Nobu at Nobu Hotel

3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV

Phone: (702) 731-7110

Hours: Sun - Thu 5pm - 11pm; Fri - Sat 5pm - 12am

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