One of the 117 King rooms at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace — Photo courtesy of Caesars PalaceThose searching for some Zen on the Las Vegas Strip needn’t look any further than Nobu Hotel.
The luxurious boutique property opened in February and features 181 beautifully appointed rooms and suites. Located inside Caesars Palace’s Centurion Tower, the building underwent a multimillion dollar refurbishment to become the world’s first Nobu Hotel, complete with the largest Nobu restaurant and lounge worldwide.
The lobby at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace — Photo courtesy of Caesars PalaceGuests staying at the property will report to a separate lobby located near the restaurant, where they will be checked in by a friendly Nobu Hotel concierge member via iPad registration. After they receive their room key, they can scan it by the elevator banks for quick transport to their floor without making several other stops along the way.
A guest room bathroom at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace — Photo courtesy of Caesars PalaceOnce inside their David Rockwell-designed room, guests will notice such eye-catching features as lantern-like lamps, Japanese-inspired decorative pillows on the couch and even Japanese artwork selected by Chef Nobu himself. The spacious bathroom features teak fittings complemented by stone tile and Natura Bissé products in an exclusive rosemary white tea scent. Turndown service includes a bottle of lavender pillow mist to ensure a good night’s sleep, while Nobu’s signature hot tea is served in-room upon arrival (note: if you leave your room during the first hour of your stay, you won’t receive the tea).
The Breakfast Toban-Yaki, one of the items on Nobu's first in-room dining menu: Kurobuta sausage, onsen egg, onion, crisp pork belly and roasted tomato — Photo courtesy of Caesars PalaceWhile each room has a minibar curated by Chef Nobu, one of the biggest draws of staying at the hotel is the ability to order off of Nobu’s first in-room dining menu. Early morning must-tries include the tasty Green Tea Waffles and the Classic Japanese breakfast with miso soup, oshinko, salmon or saba, sashimi, rice, tamago and fresh fruit. Guests also receive priority reservations and VIP access to Nobu restaurant, among other perks throughout Caesars Palace. It’s a whole new way to experience Vegas like a VIP!