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Last updated: January 7, 2020 at 12:04 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels. Comments Off on Secrets Of Nobu Las Vegas.

World-renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa makes his mark in Las Vegas not only for his fine Japanese dining restaurant, but also with his signature hotel.

Located within the luxurious Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Nobu is a hotel-within-a-hotel that offers a style of its own. This boutique Las Vegas hotel is stylish, intimate and so peaceful that you’ll feel miles away from the Strip… even though you are right along it.

Nobu Las Vegas: Things You May Not Know

Nobu hotel offers the best of the best, and it also has some exciting secrets up its sleeve. Here are just a few you can enjoy here:

Peloton bike at Nobu Las Vegas

Spin is in at Nobu. Photo by Jeannie Garcia / Total Vegas Blog.

Take A Spin On A Peloton Bike

Is it just us, or does it seem like more people are on a health kick this year? Hey, that’s always a good thing! At Nobu hotel, you can get your spin on the coveted Peloton bike. This is one of the few places in town where you can ride it. Bonus: You don’t need the special cleats required for it. These bikes come with regular pedals to accommodate any shoe.

If you’re familiar with spin, the Peloton bike is like being in your own private class. You’ll follow along with an on-screen fitness instructor and you can choose between a live or prerecorded session on an HD touchscreen. We got a chance to take this bike for a spin and the ride was smoother than ever. We also liked how it came with dumbbells so you can also work out your arms. (Read more about this bike and other Vegas workouts.)

For those who don’t want to ride the bike in the gym, you can actually have it delivered into your suite. There. Now you have no excuse on missing a workout.

Nobu Las Vegas hotel in-room breakfast

Breakfast much? We wish we could reach into this picture. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Nosh On Nobu’s In-Room Breakfast Items

Did someone say breakfast in bed? Available around the clock, Chef Nobu has added several new dishes to the exclusive in-room 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. Or, try the Nobu avocado toast 3-points sampler featuring a poached egg; pastrami-style salmon with tofu crema, red onion, cilantro and capers; and fresh strawberry balsamic pearls with gold flakes.

Chef Nobu also offers a new take on the omelet with his shiro tamago, an egg white omelet with spinach, mushrooms and extra virgin olive oil. For lighter fare and late-night options, the menu offers smoothies, chicken and green tea waffles, and fried umami chicken. All of these items are available exclusively in the rooms. Talk about next-level pampered eating.

reed diffuser for hotel guests at Nobu Las Vegas

Have the best smelling place in town. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Splurge on the Perfect Holiday Gift

Scents are everything, and they usually remind you of a specific place. Nobu does just that, and in a good way. Past guests are crazy about the hotel’s custom scent, which exude touches of yuzu and ginger. Now you can bring the scent home or share it with someone else. Ideal for holiday gift-giving, the beautifully packaged reed diffusers are available at Nobu’s front desk for $75.

Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Palace - Nobu Las Vegas

Food that’s fire. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Take On These TeppAnyaki Tables That Sizzle

Nobu Restaurant at Caesars Palace is one of the largest of its kind and also features the first Nobu Teppanyaki tables in the country. Perfect for group dining, the three semi-private teppanyaki tables bring an interactive experience by preparing signature dishes on a hot iron grill in front of you. The Nobu Teppanyaki tables offer a signature set menu, Nobu Kokoro, for $124 and a premium set menu, Nobu Hoshi, for $190.

You can also create your own custom teppanyaki menu from the vast a la carte menu. Favorites include the premium Japanese imported A5 Wagyu, Chilean sea bass, foie gras and much more.

Japanese Whisky Flight and Bites at Nobu's restaurant bar inside Caesars Palace - Nobu Las Vegas

Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Cheers To Japanese Whisky Flight and Bites

Available only at the Nobu’s restaurant bar inside Caesars Palace, you can toast to Japanese Whisky Flight and Bites. It offers 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. Both menus are available all night and priced at $65 each.

NOBU GO facial at Caesars Palace's Qua Baths & Spa - Nobu Las Vegas

Drift away in spa bliss with a NOBU GO facial. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Relax With A NOBU GO Facial

Available at Caesars Palace’s Qua Baths & Spa the luxurious NOBU GO facial  experience combines both technology and relaxation. The service begins with Natura Bissé’s “The Mindful Touch,” an immersive virtual reality experience that allows guests to disconnect, quiet their thoughts and relax in the present moment.

The eight-minute VR journey shows striking visuals that honor five fundamental elements: earth, water, fire, air and metal. Next, you’ll enjoy a Cinderella Lift hydrating gold facial, It includes a topical product similar to Botox that is placed on the face and décolletage. You’ll also have a detoxifying mask applied to your feet, followed by paraffin masks on the hands and feet. The treatment concludes with a soothing face moisturizer. The treatment also includes a Natura Bissé travel gift. The 100-minute service is priced at $555.

Nobu Villa Caesars Palace - Nobu Las Vegas

The Nobu Villa can easily accommodate 120 people. Now that’s what we call a party. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Stay In A Nobu Villa

The 10,500-square-foot rooftop Nobu Villa is a favorite with both high rollers and celebrities alike. Superstar Mariah Carey even filmed a music video here with supermodel Tyson Beckford.

The 4,700-square-foot outdoor sky deck is ideal for a rooftop party. It has ample seating, overhead music of your choice and gorgeous views of the Strip. The sky deck also comes with a full-sized barbecue station with cooking pits, a bar, a formal dining area and a lounge area. Just steps away, you can unwind at the zen garden, which comes with a whirlpool and chaise lounges.

The zen garden is accessible through the villa’s sprawling master bedroom. Speaking of which, this room features its own in-room massage area. How’s that for indulgence?

Read more reasons to stay in a Nobu villa.

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I live for a crazy Vegas adventure, but not in ways you may think. Sure, our nightlife scene is all fun and dandy, but I love hitting up all the city's vegan spots, having staycations and catching shows by my favorite musical acts. Since I've ditched rainy Seattle 20+ years ago, I graduated from UNLV and covered Las Vegas hotel and entertainment articles for, the LA Times, Frommer's and our very own Total Vegas Blog. When I'm not writing, you'll find me hanging with my two girls, along with our shih-tzu and tiger cat.

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