Nobu sushi in bed? That dream of traveling foodies everywhere will be realized next week.
Las Vegas has a new kid on the block: The world’s first Nobu Hotel opens today inside the sleek, sexy and exclusive tower at Caesars Palace. The new hotel also debuts the Strip’s first Nobu restaurant—the largest in the world.
Famous chef and restaurateur Nobu Matsuhisa will open his first hotel in Las Vegas on Feb. 4. The hotel, called Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, will occupy 181 rooms at the famed Caesars Palace and is the latest in the boutique-hotel-within-mega-hotel concept. There are 18 luxury suites ranging from 1,000 to 3,500 square feet.
The 181-room hotel has been in the works since famed chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper teamed up with Caesars Palace to overhaul the outdated Centurion Tower.
Nobu Hotel will be the first celebrity chef-branded hotel venture in Las Vegas.
Guests will have use of all the amenities at Caesars, plus a bit of V.I.P. treatment, including priority access to the Nobu restaurant – the world’s largest – and 24-hour room service from the Nobu menu.
Matsuhisa’s Japanese influences are apparent in the guest rooms, and include customary hot tea and rice cookie from the chef’s hometown of Saitama welcoming guests to their rooms. The design schemes feature contemporary cream-and-brown color palettes mixed with Eastern elements like calligraphy painted on the walls above the headboard, colorful Japanese-style pillows on the sofa and artwork Matsuhisa curated from up-and-coming Japanese artists.
Guests will have use of all the amenities at Caesars, plus a bit of V.I.P. treatment, including priority access to the Nobu restaurant – the world’s largest – and 24-hour room service from the Nobu menu. Also for guests: Complimentary access to PURE nightclub, complimentary valet service, private access to the ‘Garden of the Gods’ pool and complimentary access to Qua fitness center.
Though Nobu Hotel is officially open, there are still a few finishing touches remaining. The 18 suites, which range from 900 to 1,800 square feet, are slated to debut in April.
More Nobu Hotels to come in London and Saudi Arabia…