Nobu Hotel and Restaurant Joining Vegas Strip
Caesars Palace and Nobu Hospitality executed definitive agreements to create the first-ever Nobu Hotel, Restaurant, and Lounge in Las Vegas. This unique boutique-style hotel is set to open summer 2012. This innovative concept will combine the world’s first Nobu Hotel with the first Nobu restaurant and lounge on the Las Vegas Strip.
This will further the tradition of world-class accommodations and service that are synonymous with the resort’s luxury brand.
“The Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace will be a strategic milestone in the next chapter with the continued support of Caesars Entertainment,” says Trevor Horwell, chief executive of Nobu Hospitality. “Whilst we have a very solid pipeline of hotels on a global scale, we are resolute in our determination to ensure we create in Las Vegas a unique five-star destination for style-makers and trendsetters the world over.”
David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group will lead the overall interior design of the 180-room Nobu Hotel. Rockwell’s design experience and passion have been synonymous with the Nobu brand for more than 20 years. The hotel, restaurant, and lounge will feature a stylish interior design that showcases natural materials fused with Nobu’s signature Japanese elegance.
“The first-ever Nobu hotel, restaurant and lounge will offer a stylish new experience of luxury and hospitality, appealing to returning Caesars Palace guests and attracting new visitors,” says Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Palace. “The hotel will offer an experience unlike anything in Las Vegas, pairing exclusive accommodations with a resort famed for world-class entertainment, dining, and shopping.”
The 11,200 square foot Nobu restaurant and lounge, located in the heart of the Nobu Hotel, will be the ideal destination to be seen, socialize, and enjoy the unique cuisine of celebrated Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. The restaurant will offer several teppanyaki tables, a sushi bar, and a private dining area along with a large lounge and bar boasting 327 seats.
Under the scheduled development plan, the Centurion Tower will undergo a multi-million dollar refurbishment.