Yes, it’s that Nobu. Known the world over for yellowtail sashimi and black miso cod, the famed Nobu restaurant and the great minds behind it have turned to hotels and the Nobu Hotel found within Caesars Palace is the world’s first. As such, it’s the only place in the world you can have yourself a Nobu breakfast – something some would consider reason enough to visit.
Other reasons include the tranquil ambience – a miracle considering its Strip-centric location – and contemporary Asian-inspired décor (even the carpets in the guest rooms are reminiscent of the patterns made in a raked zen garden). Not to mention the fact that guests have priority access to the Nobu restaurant. All of the Nobu Hotel rooms feature the care and attention to detail that’s brought the brand almost universal acclaim in recent years, but the suites and penthouse are truly lavish, with their own media rooms, billiard tables, and bar. It’s the Nobu Villa, however, that has everyone talking; at 10,300-square-feet, this rooftop villa overlooking the Strip has a sky bar, zen garden, barbecue area and three bedrooms (just enough to accommodate a small entourage). It may be wallet-meltingly pricey, but it is extraordinary.