“Nobu Hotel Vegas” will be opening at “Caesars Palace” later this year. The current Centurion Tower at Caesars Palace will receive an extensive makeover, and will be renamed Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace. A part of Caesars Entertainment, the Nobu Hotel will have 181 rooms and suites. Pricing was released today at $249 and range to $349 depending on the night. . “Inner Circle” exclusive bookings begin today, September 25. Want in? Click here, to join and you can get access. Reservations will be open to the general public on October 1st, 2012.
What (..who..) is Nobu?
Nobu is a very popular restaurant chain founded by Chef Nobuyuki “Nubo” Matsuhisa. Currently he fronts 20 Nobu, Ubon and Matsushisa restaurants in over 15 cities worldwide. Opening in the USA in 1987 in Beverly Hills, it quickly became a huge success thanks to its high standards and dedication to the highest quality ingredients from around the world.
In 1994, he partnered with Robert De Niro (yes, the actor) and Meir Teper and opened Nobu Tribeca in New York City.
“Nobu” has established itself as only looking for the highest quality available. Naturally, it should be expected the “Nobu Hotel Caesars” Palace should be incredible.
By “wrapping” the concept of a luxurious boutique hotel around energized public spaces, Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace creates a powerful stage for shared experiences of excitement and escapism. Featuring the best of everything with a chic Nobu Restaurant, high-energy bars, relaxing rejuvenation, distinctive service, remarkable retail and an air of celebrity, Nobu Hotel will afford guests the most exclusive entrée into unparalleled experiences that lay at the crossroads of innovation and imagination. – Caesars.com/nobu
Caesars has begun to promote the upcoming Hotel (and restaurant). You can find celebrity quotes plastered all over the walls near
the pool at Caesars Palace, where the restaurant will be. In true Caesars fashion, the Nobu restaurant at Caesars Palace will be the biggest Nobu restaurant and lounge in the world, at a whopping 12,775 square feet. It will be right in the heart of the Nobu Hotel at Caesar Palace. Restaurant Reservations can be made by emailing: email@example.com
View the restaurant Menu: Nobu Menu
The Nobu hotel will of course have some more ‘high-end’ accommodations for those who have the money for it (or the money to gamble to get it comped!). As mentioned, the $249-$349 price tag for the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace applies to the ‘deluxe’ room.. which is code for ‘regular’ room. Nobu Hotel Vegas will offer a Luxury King room that will go from $279-$379. Going up a step, the Hakone Suite will range from $949-$1049.
The “real” Nobu suites are the Sake Suite and the Nobu Suite. The Sake Suite will be 1300 sq feet, and will range from $1049 to $1129 in price. The Nobu Suite will be a massive 1850 square feet. Price isn’t currently available, but you can imagine it will be more than the Sake Suite. Nobu guests will have priority at the restaurant, and as expected, will have some incredible options for in-room dining. Guests will get complimentary access to Pure Nightclub and Qua’s fitness room as well.
Airport transportation for Nobu guests is offered for $65 in the Nobu Rover.
Caesars Entertainment is on a spending spree it seems! Currently The Linq is being developed across the street, at a cost of $550 Million Dollars.