Helicopter Delivers Finishing Touch for the Lavish Nobu Villa

Photos: Erik Kabik
Photos: Erik Kabik

Just when you thought you’d seen it all in Las Vegas, here’s something you don’t see every day. A flying hot tub. It’s true. A custom-made Japanese-inspired onsen tub was dramatically delivered by helicopter to the world’s first Nob Hotel at Caesars Palace.

The five-person tub is well traveled. It was built in Italy and has already traveled by sea and by land. It travelled by air courtesy of a helicopter with the famous Caesars Palace as its backdrop to reach its final destination on the terrace of the soon-to-debut Nobu Villa — the crown jewel and finishing touch of the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace.

The final element needed for completion of the world’s first Nobu Hotel, the onsen tub was carefully placed on its home perched high above the lights of Las Vegas on the terrace of the lavish 10,300 square-foot Nobu Villa. The ultimate sky-top lodging, the Nobu Villa is luxurious and plush yet maintains a relaxed and modern look and feel. In addition to the Zucchetti KOS mini pool, the Nobu Villa’s notable outdoor space offers an expansive 4,700 square-foot terrace overlooking the center of the Las Vegas Strip with sweeping views, robatayaki grill and zen garden. The three-bedroom villa is the epitome of relaxation and luxury. Additional standout features include a signature omakase sushi bar, ultramodern media and game room, gym and massage room, private elevator and art gallery.

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