Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace: Vegas Glam, Japanese Style, Celeb-Chef Buzz

Best of Both Worlds: Chic Boutique Hotel Within a Glam Vegas Mega-Resort

Tokyo meets Vegas at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace


Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace in Las Vegas opened in February 2013. It was the first of what turned out to be a very successful hotel brand: as of Nobu Hotels around the world, and the first celebrity chef-branded hotel venture in Las Vegas. It was a good idea; the Nobu Hotel brand is now worldwide and will comprise 20 hotels by 2020.

01 of 09

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace: a Serene Nest within a Vibrant Casino Hotel

Guy Savoy restaurant Caesars Palace Vegas

Caesars Palace

What Is Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Like?

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is not a typical Vegas hotel. This elegant, 181-room boutique hotel does things its own way. It is a hotel-within-a-hotel at Caesars Palace, a legendary luxury resort in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. The Nobu Hotel tower is a tower within Caesars Palace. It feels like an intimate enclave within the glittering hustle and bustle of a much bigger hotel. And 

What's Different About Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Nobu Hotel has its own personality: quietly stylish, personal, and food-loving. It delivers a truly one-of-a-kind Vegas experience. The hotel's staff cares for guests with devotion. Nobu Hotel's tranquil rooms convey Japanese style plus with subtle Vegas flair. Top-notch guest, amenities like free access to Qua Spa's gym and baths, thanks to the hotel's Nobu VIP club.

And of Course, Nobu Restaurant Is the Centerpiece of Nobu Hotel

Guests at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace are a mere elevator ride away from Nobu Restaurant, the Japanese dining sensation that every foodie knows. This Nobu Restaurant is the largest of the world's three-dozen-plus Nobu Restaurants. And of course, the hotel's crave-worth room service dishes and meals come straight from Nobu's kitchen.

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02 of 09

Would You Like Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace? Take This Quiz!

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace bathoom in Vegas


See If You'll Like Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

If you love the taste, glamour, service, and Japanese style of Nobu Restaurants, you are going to love Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace.

You will relish staying at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace if... you're an alpha traveler and trend-setter who wants to be the first to experience a new hotel; you're into fashionable but not glitzy rooms; great dining in your hotel is very important to you; you're a Nobu Restaurant fan;  warm, personalized, true luxury hotel service is non-negotiable for you.

You may not fall in love with Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace if: you want a heavy dose of signature Vegas glitz; you want an endlessly huge hotel room; you like staying in a huge, buzzy, classic grand hotel; you want to be high atop the Strip, with soaring views.

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03 of 09

Global-Chic Rooms & Suites at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

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Rooms and Suites at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Nobu Hotel's seven-floor mini-tower is tucked between two high-rise towers of Caesars Palace Las Vegas. All 181 Nobu Hotel rooms and suites, masterminded by internationally famed designer David Rockwell, combine deluxe Vegas comfort with Japanese serenity It has 181 rooms including a range of suites and a penthouse. King and double queen-bedded rooms are a generous 350 square feet, and suites and villas are vast. Amenities include posh Italian linens, tech toys, and Japanese robes and slippers that many guests purchase.

Big Bathrooms that Luxury Travelers Love

Nobu Hotel bathrooms are spacious and spa-like, with a lighted makeup table, deluxe toiletries from top Spanish brand Natura Bissé and lovely live orchid plants. Bathrooms feature a walk-in multi-jet shower and a soaking tub. Many Nobu Hotel rooms flaunt a heated, Japanese-made TOTO Washlet toilet (the kind with a cleansing spritz).

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04 of 09

VIP Service and Guest Privileges at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Roman baths at Caesars Palace Qua Spa in Vegas


Sensational Service at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Service is an elevated art in all of Las Vegas. This town knows that loving service is what separates it from the world's other casino hothouses. Service is good everywhere in Sin City.

Yet Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace's service goes beyond. This is five-star hotel service. Guests experience easy, quick, no-desk, no-forms check-in; Nobu's signature Japanese tea service served in your room after checkin; a choice of pillows; evening turndown service that delivers lavender pillow mist; housekeepers who can read your mind; concierge and business-center service; butler services like unpacking and packing; express checkout.

Special Perks for Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Guests

Through its Nobu VIP guest program, hotel guests enjoy a number of exclusive privileges. These include complimentary access to the 24-hour Nobu Fitness Center and Business Lounge on the hotel's penthouse floor plus fee entry to the indulgent bath circuit at Caesars Palace's Qua Baths & Spa (shown).

Nobu guests also get priority reservations and preferred seating at Nobu Vegas Restaurant downstairs in Caesars Palace; VIP access to Caesars Palace's Pure Nightclub; complimentary valet service along with roof-covered parking on the house.

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05 of 09

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace's Showplace: Nobu Vegas Restaurant

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Nobu Restaurants

Nobu Restaurant at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

The centerpiece and core concept of Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is Nobu Vegas, formally known as The Nobu Hotel Restaurant and Lounge Caesars Palace. At nearly 13,000 square feet and 327 seats, it is the world's largest Nobu restaurant. Yet with David Rockwell's ingenious design, involving circular booths and a sculptural ceiling, the restaurant feels convivial and intimate.

Where Will You Sit at Nobu Caesars?

The Nobu Hotel Restaurant and Lounge Caesars Palace features multiple environments to host a perfect evening: you can dine at a table or a sexy booth (shown), at the sushi bar or teppanyaki tables; in a lounge area and its bar; or private dining rooms.

The Tempting Menu at Nobu Vegas

Nobu Vegas's menu showcases Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's unique and beloved brand of fusion Japanese fusion cuisine. This highly influential style blends Chef Nobu's classical Japanese expertise with Latin American touches such as chile peppers, tropical fruits, taco shells, and more. It's irresistible.

The restaurant serves from early morning through late-night. Even breakfast has a Japanese accent, with some purely Japanese dishes (like the  Tamago Yaki omelet) and some that are East-meets-West, like yuzu pancakes made with a Japanese fruit. 

Lunch is conceived and served with international flair. Perhaps you're in the mood for a Vegas Bento Box, with Japanese sushi and Peruvian bites, ramen, or Nobu Sashimi Tacos. The menu also features Nobu's take on a burger, club sandwich, and salad. Nobu Vegas's dinner menu offers hundreds of choices, from single sushi pieces to the omakase tasting menu to steak. 

The Must-Try Room Service at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Nobu Vegas produces the hotel's 24-hour  in-room dining. If you're lounging in your room for dinner, Nobu treats are a phone call away. Are you in the mod for Nobu Royal Osetra Caviar or Nobu's signature Black Cod with Miso, copied in hundreds of restaurants but never equaled? The restaurant's full cocktail menu and sake list are yours via room service, too.

More Dining Options at Caesars Palace

Just in case you don't want to dine on Chef Nobu's fare three times a day, Caesars Palace offers an array of delectable dining options. (Please note: Vegas restaurants come and go. See the current roster of Caesars Palace dining.)

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06 of 09

Exclusive, Exhilarating Spa Treatments at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Ice sauna at Qua Baths & Spa in Vegas


Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Guests Can Use Caesars Palace's Spa

Nobu Hotel guests can indulge in Nobu spa treatments at Qua Baths & Spa within the hotel's  Caesars Palace surrounding. There's a special Nobu spa menu with a half-dozen multi-phase, Japanese-influenced treatments created exclusively for the Nobu Hotel. Are you up for the Ice Sauna? (If you can sweat out a hangover, maybe you can you freeze it too.) 

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07 of 09

Nobu Hotel Guests Are Invited to Caesars Palace's Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis

Vegas's best pools are at Caesars Palace


The Near-Mythic Pools at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Nobu Hotel guests have VIP access to the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. This is Vegas's most famous pool campus, and the site of the gala event of Vegas Uncork'd, Sin City's food fest every spring. 

The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis's six Imperial Roman pools offer various layouts, scenes, swimming experiences, and a mix of sun and shade. It's a good idea to check them all out first before setting into a chaise lounge.

The Fortuna Pool features in-water, swim-up blackjack tables; the Apollo Pool offers maximum sun exposure, cabanas, and daybeds, some shaded; the Jupiter Pool is the most secluded and quietest; the Neptune pool is the Garden of the Gods' social hub, and long enough for lap-swimming; the Temple Pool is the noblest Roman pool of them all, with classical statuary and columns. Toga party! The Venus Pool club is a by-admission "dayclub" with fee and a party atmosphere.

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08 of 09

Nobu Hotel Guests Get Priority Ticketing at Caesars Palace Nightclubs and Shows

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Nightlife at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Nobu Hotel guests have priority/VIP access to Caesars Palace's renowned nightspots and bars, many with soaring views of the Las Vegas Strip. Hotspots include Drai's Beachclub & Nightclub and Drai's After Hours, OMNIA Nightclub, Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop, Voodoo Rooftop Nightclub & Lounge. Bars include Vista Cocktail Lounge, Alto Bar, Montecristo Cigar Bar, O'Sheas Casino, Bound, 3535 Cocktail Bar, Carnaval Court, Le Central Bar, and more. See all your Caesars nightlife options.

Shows at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace is the stage for some of Vegas's most legendary entertainment extravaganzas, showgirls and all. Expect these superstars, or equally big names: Celine Dion,
Jerry Seinfeld, Rod Stewart, Mariah Carey. See Caesars' current entertainment lineup.

Shopping at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Appian Way Shops features boutiques whose wares enhance the good life: fashion, accessories, jewelry, cigars, beauty products, gifts, gourmet goods, and more
The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace comprise dozens of high-end boutiques such as Burberry, Christian Dior, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and many more. Destination restaurants in The Forum Shops include Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, The Palm, Sushi Roku, Carmine's, Rao's, Il Mulino New York, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Mesa Grill, and more.  

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09 of 09

The Captivating Casino of Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Nobu Hotel's Home

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Can't-Resist-It Casino at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Guests at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace are steps away from one of Vegas's must sumptuous casinos. It offers casino credit and a generous frequent-player rewards program. The casino is classy yet fun, with every imaginable table game, a lively, 8,500-square-foot poker room, and the world's first Gamblit Gaming interactive video gaming. The casino, a magnet for slots players, holds the world record for million-dollar jackpots  For sports gamblers, the Race & Sports Book is comfortable, with myriad screens and great sightlines.

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