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Nobu Hotel

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WWD Vegas Preview issue 02/13/2013


What’s better than Nobu sushi? Nobu sushi in bed.

Caesars Palace not only features the famous sushi restaurant and lounge but the Nobu Hotel as well.

With 181 rooms, 16 suites and a penthouse at the Las Vegas staple, the world’s first Nobu Hotel is a boutique hotel with luxury amenities and perks within Caesars. Guests have access to all that its encompassing hotel has to offer; VIP treatment includes complimentary access to PURE nightclub, fitness centers, valet, priority dining at Nobu restaurant, and an exquisitely crafted in-room dining menu. Chef and restaurateur Nobu Matsuhisa is not alone in his restaurant-hotel merger — Robert De Niro, co-owner of Nobu Hospitality, joins him in the venture.

Staying true to Nobu’s signature Japanese elegance, the accommodations feature natural materials, artwork by Japanese artists, black Umi-tiled showers and neutral tones. Designed by architect David Rockwell, the Zen feel of the boutique hotel runs true, from the cherry-blossom-patterned hallway carpets to the chilled sake waiting for guests inside their tranquil rooms.

Rooms include standard Nobu Deluxe ($249 per night), Hakone suite (features Jacuzzi, $719 per night), and Sake suite (features media room, pool table, and bar space, $919 per night).

As guests slip from their relaxing oasis and head out for a night on the town, they don’t need to travel far. The always-stylish Nobu restaurant and lounge spans 9,500 square feet at the base of the Nobu tower, with 327 seats. Sticking true to its famous menu, dishes include squid pasta with light garlic ($24), seafood toban yaki ($38), chef sushi dinner ($75) and a multicourse menu by Chef Matsuhisa ($150-$200).

Nobu Hotel, Restaurant, and Lounge
Centurion Tower Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Tel: 866-227-5938 (Hotel); 866-733-5827 (Restaurant and Lounge)
Hours: Dining room: Sunday to Thursday: 5-11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m.-midnight;
Lounge: Sunday to Thursday, 5 p.m.- 1 a.m., Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m.- 2 a.m.

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