Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

The idea and belief of creating the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace came directly from Chef Nobu, Robert DeNiro and Meir Teper the three shareholders of Nobu Hospitality. They have traveled the world over and experienced hotels across the continents.  Given their tastes as artisans and knowledge of what makes these stays "special", they felt that there was a need to create a Nobu styled and inspired hotel experience that truly defines 'fun-luxury'.

Designer David Rockwell has created stylish interiors showcasing natural materials fused with Nobu’s signature Japanese elegance, designed to convey an extension of the fun and energetic Nobu lifestyle. The main focal point of the room is the elegant brushstroke representing a traditional form of Japanese ink painting, Hitsuzendo (translates to “the way of the brush”).

Custom art features a mix of traditional prints and expressionist designs, speaking to the link between traditional Japanese and modern art. Bathrooms feature freestanding concrete bowls set on wood plinth, designed to evoke a garden fountain. Chef Nobu Matsuhisa hand selected amenities such as the teak bathing stool found in each shower, a commodity commonly seen in traditional Japanese bathhouses.

Nobu Hotel features an adjoining 12,775-square-foot restaurant, which is the largest Nobu restaurant worldwide and the first on the Strip. Hotel guests have 24-hour access to Nobu’s delectable cuisine, available for the first in-room dining menu, and may enjoy a selection of specialty minibar items curated by Chef Nobu.