June 10, 2023

VIP amenities and opulent surrounds highlight this stylish Las Vegas hotel

At Nobu Restaurant in Las Vegas\’ Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, don’t miss the yellowtail sashimi with jalapeno – it’s one of the chef’s signature dishes.
Renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, his first hotel project, promises an exclusive, first-class Vegas experience – and it delivers. With luxury suites, VIP amenities, and exclusive access to lux perks at Caesars, not to mention the namesake restaurant, Nobu Hotel is the luxury hit on the strip.

Elegance & Excitement – On-Property Amenities
The hotel-within-a-hotel occupies the Centurion Tower inside Caesars Palace. A visit to the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis offers eight pools amid opulent Roman decor. Head to the casino to see the hottest shows from the world’s top performers or try your luck at the gaming table. The QUA Baths & Spa offers luxurious rejuvenating treatments, while designer boutiques and nightclubs provide sexy entertainment.

As the hotel is the work of a prestigious chef, it’s only fitting that Nobu would feature spectacular dining. The stylish Nobu Restaurant has three teppanyaki tables, two semi-private chefs tables, a sushi bar, private dining room, a bar and a lounge. Order dishes such as chef Nobu’s signature yellowtail sashimi with thin slices of jalapeno or black cod with miso for a special treat. Round-the-clock in-room dining is also inventive and delicious, with options such as green tea waffles and bento boxes.

Luxury Retreats – In-Room Offerings
Room aesthetics marry traditional and modern Japanese elements in the bedrooms and bathrooms, and are appointed with such luxurious accents as a feathered turndown pillow menu with scented pillow mist. An iPad docking station and 55-inch flat screen television highlight the high-tech perks. Upgrade to a suite for a room complete with billiard table, bar area, and separate media room, or splurge for the ultra-luxe Penthouse, which features a second-story terrace, a private dining area, and more – plus all suites receive VIP service and priority seating at Nobu restaurant.

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