Why we like it
- This is the first Nobu Hotel and exudes the Japanese-influenced style for which the hotel group is famous
- Situated in its own tower at Caesars Palace, the property offers a tranquil retreat within easy reach of the busy Las Vegas Strip
- All guests receive prestigious ‘Nobu status’ which includes priority dining in the restaurant and personalised concierge service
- The rooms were designed by renowned designer David Rockwell with input from owner Nobu Matsuhisa and co-owner Robert De Niro
- The multi-award-winning Qua Spa has a laconium room, three Roman-style baths, and an ‘Arctic Ice room’ featuring falling snow
About Nobu Hotel
Situated within the iconic Caesars Palace building, this beautiful hotel is perfect for enjoying the myriad entertainment venues on the Las Vegas Strip. The first hotel opened by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, it simply oozes opulence. Guest benefits include priority access to the Nobu restaurant and personalised concierge assistance.
Decorated with striking natural décor, Nobu Hotel prides itself on creating an atmosphere of tranquillity among the busyness of Vegas. Relax in accommodation adorned with grass cloth fabrics and artwork inspired by the calligraphic art of Hitsuzendo. Enjoy the high-specification technology complementing this serene atmosphere; you can request housekeeping using a smartphone app and use your key-card to access the lifts.
Nobu Hotel offers a variety of accommodation types. These range from spacious rooms to magnificent multi-room suites, some of which feature a private sushi chef. Alternatively, opt for a stay in the penthouse which promises panoramic views of the Strip and VIP limo transfers. Relax in your separate dining area, enjoying a fully-stocked bar and a 90-inch flatscreen TV.