Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Unveils New Suites
Nobu Hotel, a boutique hotel-within-a-hotel at Caesars Palace, has announced its 18 suites are now available for guests.
There are three suite designs in all: The Hakone Suite, Sake Suite and Nobu Penthouse. Here’s a peek at the Sake Suite.
You can’t really get a feel for the scale of these suites from the photos, so try this on for size. The Hakone, Sake and Nobu Penthouse suites range in size from 1,000 to 4,350 square feet, and the Nobu Penthouse can accommodate groups up to 45 people.
It probably goes without saying these suites are perfect for special occasions like birthday celebrations, weddings or bachelor and bachelorette parties.
The suites were designed by David Rockwell and his firm, the Rockwell Group. The Hakone Suites were inspired by the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park just outside of Tokyo, famous for its hot springs and views of Mount Fuji. Rates start from $599.
The Sake Suites were inspired by traditional Japanese sake drums, not that this blog assumed it was the other, more liquid, kind of sake or anything. Sake Suites start from $809.
The Nobu Penthouse is the largest of the suites, each with two-story high vaulted ceilings. A second-story terrace provides a spectacular view of the city, and the penthouse suites also boast 90-inch TV screens, a dining table with seating for six and a billiard table, among other amenities. Rates start at $1,999. Oh, simmer down. It’s Vegas. Live a little!
Of course, one of the great perks of staying at Nobu Hotel is Nobu Restaurant, and guests staying in the hotel can order the restaurant’s dishes in-room (the first time any Nobu Restaurant has ever offered this service). The restaurant recently rolled out the suite-sized event platter, below.
The offerings include sushi rolls, Yellowtail Jalapeño, Salmon Sashimi with Las Vegas Salsa, or Tiradito (with scallops, octopus, white fish and oysters).
Only in Vegas, baby, and only at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace.