While many may be familiar with the famed sushi restaurant Nobu and its namesake chef, most people don’t realize the brand has grown to the point where Caesars Palace has a special Nobu Hotel located on its grounds. The posh property now includes 18 luxurious suites. While the Japanese-inspired design and décor of this hotel sets it apart from the traditional suites at Caesars Palace, it’s the Nobu Penthouse that has really turned heads.
Co-owned by Robert De Niro, the Nobu suites first opened up at Caesars Palace in 2013 and have since become a hot spot for celebrities when staying in Sin City. Most popular is the Nobu Penthouse, a bi-level suite that includes two-story high vaulted ceilings with a curved staircase that leads to the second floor terrace. When you first step inside this palatial pad, you’ll be awestruck by the gorgeous stone hearth wall and overall sleek design. Nobu Penthouse guests are also treated to a 90-inch, flat-panel TV, a full-size living room, dining room and billiard table all for around $3,000-$5,000 per night. For that price, you will get the full VIP service, complete with a spa reservation at Qua Baths & Spa, along with prime seating at the Nobu restaurant, plus, complimentary round-trip limo service to McCarran Airport. There’s a reason why this place won the 2015 Tripadvisor certificate of excellence.
The Nobu Penthouse also offers its guests a feeling of complete zen, with the relatively minimalist décor and quiet environment. Think a fusion of Japanese culture with a dash of first-class, Las Vegas luxury. The in-room minibar is even curated by chef Nobu himself, so don’t expect to see the usual assortment of candy, soda and beer here. While some Las Vegas hotel penthouses go bigger, the true charm of Nobu lies in its simple sophistication.
When you’re looking to experience Sin City like an A-List celebrity does, be sure to check out the Nobu Penthouse at Caesars Palace for the royal treatment. Who knows, you might even get to rub shoulders with DeNiro and chef Nobu while feasting on fresh sushi.
3570 South Las Vegas Blvd., (702) 785-6677
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