Since welcoming its first guests in 2013, the world’s first celebrity chef-branded hotel venture, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, continues to lead the way as the premier boutique hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.
Home to 182 luxurious guest rooms and suites including the extravagant rooftop Nobu Villa and one of the world’s largest Nobu restaurants, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is a zen oasis that offers elevated experiences for its guests.
Cycle in Your Suite on a Peloton Bike at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
New year, new you! Did you know that the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is one of the very few places on The Strip that offers the widely sought-after Peloton bikes? Guests can find the savvy bikes at the Nobu Hotel Fitness Center. Even better, guests can have one of them delivered right to their Nobu suite to enjoy their very own private cycling studio. Peloton bikes allow guests to take live, on-demand studio cycling classes and are equipped with an immersive 22-inch HD touchscreen. Cycling enthusiasts can track their progress, stay motivated and enjoy an immersive cardio experience, even while traveling. Imagine a stationary bike that isn’t stationary; it can come straight to your Las Vegas suite!
Enjoy Chef Nobu’s Take on Traditional Breakfast With New In-Room Menu Items
Nobu Hotel & Restaurant Caesars Palace was not only the world’s first Nobu Hotel but also marked the first time that the world-renowned chef and hotelier, Nobu Matsuhisa, introduced an in-room dining menu. Available 24/7, the celebrated chef has added a variety of new dishes including several items to the first-ever Nobu breakfast menu. Enjoy the healthy and fruity Açaí “Donburi,” made with banana, kiwi, berries, homemade Nobu granola, shredded coconut, chia seeds, yuzu honey, and micro shiso. Additionally, the Nobu Avocado Toast 3-points Sampler features a poached egg; salmon “pastrami” with tofu crema, red onion, cilantro and capers; and fresh strawberry balsamic pearls with gold flakes. Chef Nobu offers a new take on the omelet with Shiro Tamago, an egg white omelet with spinach, mushrooms and extra virgin olive oil. Guests will also discover new lighter fare and late-night options including smoothies, chicken and green tea waffles, and fried umami chicken – each exclusively available when staying in a well-appointed room at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace.
This Makes Perfect Scents for Holiday Gift-Giving
Guests often ask about the distinctive aroma that gently wafts through Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace. The delicate scent exudes touches of yuzu and ginger and is a custom creation. Now, guests can bring this special scent home with the new Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Reed Diffuser. Ideal for holiday gift-giving, the beautifully packaged reed diffusers are currently available for purchase at the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace front desk for $75.
Teppanyaki Tables Sizzle
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s restaurant at Caesars Palace is not only one of the largest Nobu restaurants around the globe, but it also features the first Nobu Teppanyaki tables in the United States. Perfect for group dining, the three semi-private teppanyaki tables offer an interactive way for guests to enjoy signature dishes prepared on a hot iron grill, right before their eyes. The Nobu Teppanyaki tables offer a signature set menu, Nobu Kokoro, for $124 and a premium set menu, Nobu Hoshi, for $190. Guests can also create their own custom teppanyaki menu from the vast a la carte menu. Some favorites offered are the premium Japanese imported A5 Wagyu, Chilean seabass, foie gras, and many more options.
Japanese Whisky Flight and Bites
Exclusively available at the Nobu Restaurant Bar inside Caesars Palace, Japanese Whisky Flight and Bites features an impressive pairing of three types of Japanese whisky with three premium Nobu bites. Based on availability and seasonality, the pairings offer either a Wagyu menu featuring premium Japanese imported A5 Wagyu beef or a seafood menu. Both menus will include three, one-ounce pairings of a variety of Japanese whisky. Available at Nobu Restaurant Bar all night, both menus are priced at $65.
About Nobu Hotel & Restaurant at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Since it opened in 2013, the world’s first Nobu Hotel, Restaurant, and Lounge Caesars Palace have garnered praise and accolades for its originality, distinctive design and attention to service and detail. From being named one of the Hottest New Hotels of 2013 by CNN Travel to being included among luxury’s 25 Most Innovative Brands by Robb Report, the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace had a remarkable first year. To mark the completion of the first-of-its-kind boutique hotel, the crown jewel of the property – the impressive 10,300-square-foot Nobu Villa – made its debut in 2014. Designed by Rockwell Group, the lavish villa offers an expansive 4,700 square-foot outdoor terrace overlooking the center of the Las Vegas Strip with sweeping views, ample area for indoor/outdoor entertaining and a Japanese-inspired onsen tub. Additional standout features include a signature omakase sushi bar, ultramodern media and game room, massage room, private elevator, and art gallery.