The Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace is an intimate boutique hotel that has gained fame over the years, not just because of its celebrity founders, but for its ability to provide exclusive services to guests.
It’s the little extras that make all the difference when it comes to choosing a hotel in Las Vegas.
Nobu Hotel, Rooms, Suites, Pool & Casino, Caesars Palace Las Vegas
At night, the attention to detail goes a notch higher with the elaborate laying out of the pillows, towels, and robes. Look out for the evening tea and snacks for a delightful treat. Another highlight of staying at the Nobu Hotel is the use of optical scanners that read your room key before entry is allowed in the elevator. This is reassuring because there is no other way to get to your floor without a key, hence safety is assured.
Away from the grand state of the rooms, the hotel’s dining options are as delightful as can be, keeping in mind that one of the hotel’s co-founders is a renowned chef. Visit the Nobu Restaurant on the ground floor and take your taste buds on a tour.
There is the main dining room, private tables for a more intimate setup, as well as a sushi bar. Sample the signature foods by Chef Nobu, including the vanilla miso tart and sashimi salad. One of the most amazing things about the Nobu Hotel is that its cuisine is available all throughout the day with the option of choosing from the in-room menu.
As far as entertainment goes, Nobu has no casino, but Caesars Palace is right next door. Additional amenities nearby include the Forum Shops for an unforgettable shopping experience, the Qua Baths and Spa, as well as the popular Omnia Nightclub.