Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Opens in February in Las Vegas

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for. The first ever Nobu Hotel will be opening in Las Vegas in a matter of days. Developed by celebrity Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro and housed in the old Centurion Tower at Caesars, the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace will have sleek, David Rockwell-designed rooms and offer a slew of perks for guests: VIP access to Pure and Qua's fitness room, private entrance to the Garden of the Gods pool oasis, priority access to the Nobu restaurant, and airport transfers in a Nobu-branded Range Rover for an added fee.

Top digs are the 10 Hakone suites, six Sake suites and two Nobu suites—loaded with unique features like billiard tables, a fireplace and a sushi bar. For additional details about special amenities at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, see our previous coverage in Luxury Travel Advisor.

Booking: HotelChatter found room availability for $269 a night for the Nobu Deluxe King (standard room category) on the Caesars website. Note that opening weekend is sold out.

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