Caesars Palace Las Vegas has been on the Strip for decades, and its upcoming new boutique hotel addition, Nobu, embodies one of the reasons it remains a popular Strip hotel: upscale, innovative rooms. In the case of Nobu, Caesars has gone one step further. Instead of simply adding or renovating rooms, Caesars is creating a hotel within the hotel. Scheduled to open in late 2012, Nobu promises to give its Las Vegas guests luxurious surroundings and first-class room amenities.
Nobu Hotel Rooms at Caesars Palace Las Vegas — Photo courtesy of Caesars Palace Las VegasAn existing tower at Ceasars will be transformed into Nobu, which will have 181 guest rooms and 18 suites. Guests will enjoy personalized service and in-room registration. The rooms will feature an artistic design that includes displays of traditional Japanese calligraphy. Bathrooms are beautifully appointed with teak and stone, as well as a large walk-in shower. Guests will enjoy superior mattresses and linens and the most modern technology.
Rooms will have an in-room dining menu featuring food from the new Nobu restaurant which will open, and guests will have priority seating at the restaurant. The in-room menu will feature dishes like the High Roller with lobster wasabi, Wagyu steak, and nigiri and sushi rolls. Other tempting options include the RLT (rock shrimp, butter lettuce, and Maui onion tomato salsa) and the tonkatsu sandwich with panko pork on shokupan bread.
Nobu Hotel will start taking reservations in October 2012.