The exclusive, hotel-within-a-hotel feel – the Nobu has its own separate tower at Caesars
The room art, which includes custom-made pieces by up-and-coming Japanese artists
Bath products by high-end Spanish brand Natura Bisse
The celeb factor: chef Nobu Matsuhisa and actor Robert De Niro are two of the owners
What To Know
Room service with a twist: the Nobu restaurant provides its own in-room dining menu
The hotel doesn’t have a swimming pool, but guests can use the clutch of pools in the Caesars complex
As in most Vegas hotels, there’s a resort fee
The mini-bar is stocked with unusual treats, including sake, Pocky sticks, and Japanese beer
Valet parking is free
Parking on site
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Restful and elegant Asian-influenced hotel tucked away in the Caesars Palace complex
A retreat from the glitter and noise that signifies a trip to Vegas, the Nobu Hotel – inspired by the restaurant empire – has its ow, tranquil tower in the massive Caesars Palace complex. Designed by David Rockwell, the space is an ode to minimalist luxury and Asian influences—think wood, stone, rice paper elements, and accent walls pattered with cherry blossoms or waves. Showers even feature small teak stools for those so relaxed they don’t even want to stand up to wash. Another bonus: guests get priority reservations at the chic Nobu restaurant downstairs, which is the largest in the world.
In the Area
Nobu has a central spot on The Strip, and it’s an easy walk from here to the other casinos. Shops selling everything from luxury brands to oversized souvenir beer steins are within a few minutes of the hotel. For designer labels and an enormous Barney’s, head to the Shoppes at the Palazzo, the upscale collection at the Venetian. Fremont Street, home to older casinos with cheaper tables and a nightly light show displayed on the street’s curved roof, is a 15-minute cab ride away. For a break from gambling for a little culture, head to the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, which hosts a series of temporary exhibits coordinated with some of the best museums in the world.