Open in October: Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Designer David Rockwell and Nobu Hospitality unveiled the design for the new Nobu Hotel Las Vegas last week. The look will be graceful, understated and sleek, with nods to traditional Japanese aesthetics. There will be Japanese-style rugs, wall coverings inspired by Japanese gardens, and commissioned art by contemporary Japanese artists throughout the hotel. The 181 guest rooms will be accented with calligraphy drawings and Japanese seascapes; teak and stone bathrooms will resemble traditional Japanese bathhouses.

The new hotel will be housed in the old Centurion Tower at Caesars Palace, and bookings can now be made for October 2012. As Boston.com’s Pack Up blog points out, an added benefit for guests is “private access to the adjacent Nobu restaurant and lounge with priority seating.” Not to mention 24-hour room service (all Nobu eats!)

Luxury Travel Advisor’s Jena Tesse Fox got a first-hand look at Caesars Palace’s Octavius Tower last month; check out her report here.

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