Nobu Hotel at Caesers Palace Las Vegas
The NOBU Hotel is a boutique hotel within Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, that replaced the Centurion Tower. The 181-room-and-suite property is a project from partners including Robert De Niro, Japan-born chef Nobu Matsuhisa, and Caesars Entertainment. The property is anchored by the 26th and largest Nobu restaurant and lounge, which also serves as the kitchen for the in-room dining.
We experienced the luxury of the Nobu Hotel firsthand while in town with Lexus for their F Sport event. The style of the room immediately caught our eye, with the decidedly eastern aesthetic, designed by David Rockwell. The bed was comfortable, and the 55″ TV was among the largest we’ve seen in a hotel room. There were plenty of outlets and modern conveniences in the room along with a vast selection in the premium priced mini-bar. The bathroom was easily the highlight though, and probably the most obvious example of Japanese design in the room. The teak furniture, amazing tile work, and expansive shower all worked together to create that spa quality you expect in a high-end hotel.
Unfortunately the room didn’t contain a traditional desk, instead presenting an over-sized raised coffee table and a huge sofa. While it was difficult to work at, we appreciated the attempt to be different. Our room was one of the few that you can find in Las Vegas that didn’t offer much of a view, but apparently higher floors in the tower do not suffer that same fate. Overall we believe they’ve done a wonderful job of creating a zen like oasis away from the hectic casino floor, and would recommend a visit to the Nobu Hotel.