Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace Offers Las Vegas Visitors a Relaxation Haven Right On the StripAuthor:Michelle Konstantinovsky
There are, at minimum, two ways to do Las Vegas. The first strategy is arguably the more common: a quick and disorienting pilgrimage to the Strip, fueled by yard-long margaritas and bad decisions, culminating in a days-long hangover. But there’s a decidedly different approach that few travelers even know is possible: a wellness-oriented getaway that’s relaxing, rejuvenating, and leaves you feeling rested, not regretful. Shockingly, option two is still possible on the Strip — you just have to know where to go. And any Vegas visitor’s best bet for a truly chill experience is Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace.
Yes, Caesars Palace is situated smack dab in the middle of so much Las Vegas action, but those seeking a calm, quiet haven amidst the chaos know that Nobu is the place to go. Located within the iconic resort, the intimate luxury boutique destination is the world’s first Nobu Hotel and features a modern, residential feel with design inspiration from kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold epoxy.
Earlier this year, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace completed a multimillion-dollar refresh and debuted 182 redesigned guest rooms and suites. The reimagining was helmed by global architecture and design firm Rockwell Group and included everything from custom sofas and quartzite coffee tables to new abstract and painterly-style florals inspired by 19th Century Japanese artist Tsubaki Chinzan. The result is a Zen-like aesthetic that’s soothing, stylish, and shockingly serene for a property surrounded by stimulating sights and sounds. And when it comes to wellness, the property takes mental and physical health seriously, offering guests the option of having a Peloton bike in their hotel room, and exclusive treatments at Caesars’ Qua Spa.
Beyond the redesigned rooms, the guest corridors at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace now feature a custom carpet with rippling forms, suggesting a pond of koi fish clustering at each guest room door, and patterns inspired by suminagashi – the art of Japanese paper marbling. And guests will notice the new inset lobby carpet depicts marble slabs and agate surrounded by gold veining, with pops of gray, rust, and blue.
Of course, the full Nobu experience also requires a visit to Nobu Restaurant, the 11,200-square foot dining space located in the heart of Nobu Hotel. Featuring a sushi bar, private dining area, and circular central bar, this location is the only U.S. Nobu offering teppan tables, and the menu is as mouth-watering as foodies would expect.
The grand redesign marked the first of several projects to be completed as Caesars Entertainment, Inc. expands its longstanding partnership with Nobu Hospitality. Founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro, and Meir Teper, the global lifestyle brand also debuted a new Nobu restaurant in Paris Las Vegas in April 2022, and unveil the opening of Nobu Hotel Atlantic City by the end of this year. In 2024, Nobu Hotel New Orleans and restaurant are expected to open within Caesars New Orleans, currently under construction.
For more information or to make a reservation, visit nobuhotels.com/hotel-collection/las-vegas/.