NOBU HOTEL CAESARS PALACE.

 

The first celebrity chef-branded hotel.

Guaranteed restaurant reservations with each stay.

Will also feature an adjoining Nobu restaurant, which will be the 

largest Nobu restaurant worldwide and the first on the Las Vegas Strip.

Rooms will have luxurious Nobu beds.

The Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace will have a distinct Japanese elegance,

inspired by Zen-inspired art.

 

The arrival experience will include personalized service with in-room iPad registration and a traditional hot tea welcome amenity. 

Custom-made Simmons mattresses will be adorned with luxurious, 

100 percent Egyptian cotton Anichini percale linens and ultra-soft Down Dreams pillows. The unique turndown service will include his and hers yukata robes and slippers displayed bedside along with an exclusive blend of scented sleep oils. An upgraded minibar curated by Nobu will consist of unique selections including organic Wild Poppy blood orange chili juice crafted from orchards in California, chocolate-dipped Pocky pretzels, Japanese beer and an assortment of Dean & Deluca snack items. Nobu’s signature brands of chilled sake and Genmai-Cha brown rice green tea will also be available.

 

Guest rooms will offer Strip or garden views with opulent details.

The furniture will be both elegant and casual.

Surfaces will be comprised of wood tiles that will extend through the elevator foyer.

Neutral tones will set the rooms while hints of purple and aqua will be emitted from multiple accent pieces, decorative pillows and artwork. Patterned beige-colored carpets will feature landforms, seascapes and active movements.

The main focal point of the rooms will be the wall that displays a custom calligraphy. Designed to represent the traditional form of Japanese ink painting Hitsuzendo, which translates as “the way 

of the brush.”

Bathrooms will feature rich teak fittings, stone tiles and modern fixtures throughout. An oversized walk-in shower comprised of traditional black Umi tiles will offer multiple shower heads and a teak bathing stool, a commodity seen in traditional Japanese bathhouses. Toto toilets and sinks that showcase custom freestanding concrete bowls set on wood plinth are designed to evoke a garden fountain. Luxurious bath amenities will include a selection of products by Natura Bisse in a signature rosemary and white tea scent.

The in-room dining menu will include bento boxes which will offer a customary Japanese breakfast and the Vegas-themed High Roller which features lobster wasabi, Wagyu steak, spicy garlic shrimp and an assortment of nigiri and premium sushi rolls. Additional menu items will include green tea waffles served with braised short rib, egg and aged maple; bagel and lox featuring salmon sashimi served on an “everything bagel” made of crispy rice; the RLT with rock shrimp, butter lettuce and Maui onion tomato salsa in a creamy spicy sauce; and the tonkatsu sandwich with panko pork and prune katsu sauce on shokupan bread.

Hallways will feature patterned carpets designed to reflect elements of cherry blossoms and Japanese Zen gardens along with pleated wall coverings and custom fixtures inspired by origami.

Custom art by up-and-coming Japanese artists will feature a mix of traditional prints and expressionist designs, speaking to the link between traditional Japanese and modern art.

Partners in the Hotel are Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper.