On Our Radar: Nobu Hotel Las Vegas

On Our Radar: Nobu Hotel Las Vegas

Though it has barely been three months since our last trip to Vegas, we’re already itching to go back to check out the brand new Nobu Hotel. The 181-room hotel is part of Caesar’s Palace, already one of our favorite places to stay because of the amazing shopping at the Forum Shops. Now with the opening of the Nobu Hotel, it is the top resort on our list.

The David Rockwell-designed rooms are spacious, the smallest is 350-square feet, and fully feng shui’d. We imagine the soothing brown, tan and cream rooms and 300-thread-count satin linen sheets are a welcome respite when you’re ready to crash. Guests at the Nobu Hotel can order room service from a specially created Nobu menu (crispy rice and salmon for breakfast, anyone?) and get priority access to the on-site Nobu restaurant. Other Nobu touches include a minibar stocked with Wild Poppy blood orange chili juice, chocolate-dipped Pocky pretzels, Japanese beer and Nobu’s signature brands of chilled sake.


The VIP treatment doesn’t end there. Guests at the Nobu Hotel also get complimentary access to PURE Nightclub, complimentary access to Qua Fitness Center and private access to Garden of the Gods Pools. When you’re at the spa, sign up for one of the Nobu-inspired treatments, including the 90-minute Nagomi Ritual, which a massage that incorporates Thai, Balinese and shiatsu techniques and finishes off with a revitalizing facial.

qua bath and spa

Reservations are available at nobucaesarspalace.com.

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