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First Nobu Hotel Opens in Las Vegas

First Nobu Hotel Opens in Las Vegas

Following pre-opening festivities including an exclusive in-room dining showcase, comprehensive design tours and an official celebratory ribbon-cutting ceremony with partners Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro, Meir Teper, Trevor Horwell and prolific architect David Rockwell, the world’s first Nobu Hotel Restaurant and Lounge Caesars Palace Las Vegas welcomed its first official guests last month.

The highly anticipated 181-room boutique hotel, the world’s first Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, is a collaboration between Caesars Palace, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Nobu Hospitality’s primary shareholders, actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood film producer Meir Teper. 

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is the first celebrity chef-branded hotel venture in Las Vegas. Rockwell and his firm the Rockwell Group led the overall interior design for the boutique hotel, which features 181 guest rooms including 18 suites. Guest rooms offer designs that embrace comfortable simplicity with natural materials and textures counter-balanced with outsized elements to reveal a touch of Vegas flair.

Eighteen luxury suites range from one-bedroom, 1,000-square-foot to five-bedroom, 3,500-square-foot configurations, available for guests seeking premium accommodations or a venue to host a special event.

At 12,775 square feet, Nobu Restaurant and Lounge is the world’s largest Nobu Restaurant, and the first to offer teppanyaki in the United States.

 

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