The interior of the main tower at Caesars Palace will undergo a multi-million dollar renovation to create a new Nobu-branded hotel concept within the resort. The 180-room Nobu Hotel will feature 16 suites and a penthouse designed with natural materials and Japanese elegance. The hotel offers private check-in and room service from Nobu restaurant.
"We will bring the DNA of the Nobu brand to life in this venture through the vision of Nobu Matsuhisa with his fellow long time partners and friends Robert De Niro and Meir Teper," said Trevor Horwell, Chief Executive of Nobu Hospitality.
Classically trained in Tokyo, world renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa has leveraged his life abroad in South America and around the world to create a culinary and hospitality brand with universal appeal. The restaurant and lounge will span 9,500 square-feet at the base of the Nobu tower, near the existing Appian Way at Caesars Palace.
"Nobu's distinctive brand will bring a new dimension to Caesars Palace and will be designed to attract first-time visitors," said Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Palace. "The re-branded hotel tower, restaurant and lounge will offer an experience unlike anything in Las Vegas, pairing exclusive accommodations with a resort famed for world-class entertainment, shopping and leisure experiences."
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