The city of Las Vegas in Nevada, or more commonly referred to as the ‘Sin City’ is now gearing up to welcome the all new Nobu Hotel, which will be yet another addition to the long list of luxury hotels in the city, but with a difference. The Nobu Hotel is the brainchild of the widely acclaimed chef Nobu Matsuhisa and will officially open its doors to the public in the Fall season this year. This unique luxury hospitality establishment while offering opulent luxury to its guests, will also showcase Japanese hospitality as well as Japanese inspired interiors. Among other features, this one of a kind Las Vegas luxury hotel will present the guests with 24-hour room service menus that have all been crafted by Mr. Matsuhisa.
Located in the highly prestigious Caesars Palace, the Nobu Hotel will serve as a ‘hotel within a hotel, while completely transforming the Centurion Tower at Caesars Palace. Nobu Matsuhisa has made a stellar reputation for his Nobu brand, with a long list of modern Japanese restaurants spread all across the globe.
The Nobu Hotel is being constructed with valuable inputs from celebrity partner Robert De Niro, while the interiors of this majestic luxury hotel are being accomplished by renowned interior designer David Rockwell.
When completed, the Nobu Hotel will feature 180 rooms, along with 16 suites and a specially designed private elevator bank that will ferry the guests to the hotel tower. Furthermore, exuberating immense opulence, the Nobu Hotel will come with a separate check-in area and its very own in-house staff.
For the liquor connoisseurs, Nobu Hotel has reserved a special treat in the form of a luxury mini-bar that will be stocked with the cherished Nobu sake, while the guests will be offered hot towels, as well as hot water dispenser for green tea at the time p check-ins.
The signature attraction of the Nobu Hotel will be its restaurant and lounge that together cover a massive 11,200 square feet and will be located at the bottom of the hotel tower.
The in-house restaurant will be equipped with Teppanyaki tables, a sushi bar, along with a private dining area, where in the restaurant will be able to accommodate as many as 327 diners. As per reports, Nobu Matsuhisa is planning to open similar luxury hotel establishments in the lucrative Middle East, especially Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.