Not Just Sushi: Nobu Hotel Slated for Las Vegas

We love eating Nobu's sushi; now we'll have the chance to spend the night with him. Caesars Palace Las Vegas and Nobu Hospitality have signed a non-binding letter of intent to develop the world’s first Nobu Hotel, a concept that will integrate a hotel tower with the first Nobu restaurant and lounge on the Las Vegas Strip.

"We will bring the DNA of the Nobu brand to life in this venture through the vision of Nobu Matsuhisa with his fellow long time partners and friends Robert De Niro and Meir Teper," said Trevor Horwell, chief executive of Nobu Hospitality. "Nobu Hotel Las Vegas will be a destination for style-makers and trendsetters, offering an immersive, fun and social experience."

The Scoop: Under the plan, the interior of the Centurion Tower at Caesars Palace will undergo a multi-million dollar renovation to create the Nobu Hotel within the resort. The 180-room Nobu Hotel will feature 16 suites and a penthouse with a stylish interior design that showcases natural materials, fused with Nobu’s signature Japanese topuches. Nobu Hotel guests will enjoy private check-in and the benefit of room service from Nobu’s culinary team.

The centerpiece of the renovation is the Nobu Restaurant and Lounge. The restaurant and lounge will span 9,500 squar -feet at the base of the Nobu tower, near the existing Appian Way at Caesars Palace.

The completion of this transaction is subject to a number of conditions, including, without limitation, the negotiation of definitive documentation and the approval of this transaction by the board of directors of Caesars Entertainment Corporation and the shareholders of Nobu Hospitality.
 

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