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Nobu Hotel

Nobu Hotel, Center Strip

At a Glance

    Pros

  • foodie haven
  • insider access and VIP treatment
  • quiet haven in central Vegas

    Cons

  • extra charges like $25 resort fee

Nobu Hotel Review

The new hotel from celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa and partner Robert DeNiro is a sleek foodie haven and 181-room tower designed by David Rockwell and tucked inside the Caesars Palace complex, with feng shui-ed spaces and minimalist, natural-hued rooms. The amenities are all worthy of the celeb owners (and guests), from the Italian linens and custom Natura Bisse products to the gourmet, Nobu-selected mini-bar with things like blood orange-chili juice and Pocky chocolate sticks. There are also a host of high-tech touches, like a Nobu app, in-room iPad check-in, and button-less elevators (they get activated by your key card), plus 55-inch flatscreens with Apple connectivity. Guests also enjoy comp access to the Pure nightclub and a dedicated concierge, but the real perks are aimed at the stomach: priority reservations at the Nobu restaurant; an exclusive Nobu-crafted room service menu; and a green tea welcome gift.

    Hotel Details

  • 181 rooms and suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 07-19-2013

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