Nobu Las Vegas adds even more overnight options to Caesars Palace. The world’s first Nobu Hotel is combining the hospitality expertise of Caesars Entertainment with the style and panache of Nobu, a collection of chic restaurants. If you’re looking for a place to stay that mixes top-notch service with distinctive design, then look no farther than the 181-room hotel called simply Nobu.
The same team behind the successful Nobu restaurants was heavily involved in the launch of the Nobu Hotel — namesake Nobu Matsuhisa along with acting legend Robert De Niro and interior design guru David Rockwell. The team helped launch the original Nobu Restaurant in New York’s hot Tribeca neighborhood. They’re also the same team that created the chic eatery at the Hard Rock Las Vegas — also called Nobu. Teaming up with the Caesars Palace principals means the Nobu group has what its take to open an elegant boutique hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Rockwell Group, led by David Rockwell, worked on the design of Nobu Las Vegas. They were charged with the task of continuing the fun energy of the Nobu restaurants. As soon as visitors step from Caesars Palace Lobby into Nobu, they’ll immediately know they’ve stepped into a different world. The design incorporates tiles made of wood seen in the lobby and the guestrooms, giving a continuity of design. A state-of-the-art elevator, complete with touchscreens, whisks guests up to their floor on an energy-efficient ride. The hallways features a design inspired by a Japanese zen garden and cherry blossoms. Many of the carefully curated décor elements were hand crafted and all are stylish.
Nobu Las Vegas Room
The guestrooms at Nobu provide a comfortable place to stay with plenty of style. Like a standard room at Caesars Palace, Nobu’s rooms overlook the Las Vegas Strip or a lush garden. Each room features a palate of neural colors, accented by shades of aqua and purple. The designs on the beige-colored carpets were designed to evoke elements of nature on land and see. The furniture in each room is casual yet modern—just like at the Nobu collection of restaurants.
Nobu Las Vegas Bathroom
The bathrooms also provide a mix of contemporary and traditional designs. A walk-in shower is accented by black tiles and a bathing stool made out of teak, a fixture in Japanese bathhouses. Bath amenities were made exclusively for Nobu Las Vegas in a delightful rosemary/white tea formula.
Throughout the Nobu Las Vegas hotel, guests will find artwork custom made by Japanese artists. Some works are traditional and others are more expressionist styles. Each guestroom boasts a wall with a custom display of calligraphy in the style of Hitsuzendo, a traditional style of ink painting.
A number of perks await those who choose to stay at one of the rooms or suites at Nobu Las Vegas. Guests have the same privileges as those staying at Caesars, like access to the buffet or those famous Caesars Palace pools, but they also have access to Nobu-only spaces. The exclusive Nobu Restaurant offers priority seating for Nobu guests, and room service features Nobu cuisine 24 hours a day beginning with great tea waffles in the morning and sushi rolls for supper. In the rooms, an expanded minibar features Japanese beer and organic blood orange juices. Guests also can curl up with a yukata robe and the Egyptian cotton linens, surrounded by the elegant design of Nobu Las Vegas.