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Luxurious Nobu Villa Shows Serious Star Power

Nobu Villa at Caesars Palace has become the latest celebrity hotspot. For the past couple months, the spacious 10,300-square-foot villa has attracted several stars appreciative of extra space and attention to detail.

Miley Cyrus—who began her stay by posting an Instagram photo of herself and fashion model Stella Maxwell on the 4,700-square-foot terrace—was particularly fond of the villa’s artwork by Takashi Murakami, whose pieces she collects.

Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift all partied in the Nobu Villa.

Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift all partied in the Nobu Villa.

Earlier that month, pop prince Justin Bieber toasted his 21st birthday at OMNIA Nightclub in Caesars Palace, before returning to the villa with a few friends for a pre-dawn afterparty.

And following the 2015 Billboard Music Awards, Taylor Swift celebrated her eight (yes, eight) Billboard wins with Calvin Harris, Ed Sheeran and a large group of friends, transforming the villa into a party palace with a prop-filled photo booth.

DISCOVER THE DETAILS

The Nobu Villa is a three-bedroom suite with a private elevator, gym, sauna, art gallery, signature omakase sushi bar, and media and game room with a billiards table.

The master suite boasts a private deck with a live Japanese maple tree and onsen Jacuzzi with room for up to six people. On-call butlers and 24-hour room service with dishes from Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s in-room menu are also available.

The Nobu Villa can be used as a meeting or party venue accommodating 60 to 120 people.

To book this $35,000/night villa or another spacious suite, visit caesars.com/anthology-suites

PHOTOS COURTESY OF (MILEY CYRUS, JUSTIN BIEBER) HAKKASAN GROUP; (TAYLOR SWIFT) ©2014 BIG MACHINE RECORDS/UNIVERSAL/STEPHEN SCHOFIELD/‘1989’ ALBUM.

About The Author

Ryan Slattery grew up in Boston. It wasn’t until he moved to Las Vegas in 2003 that the city’s sports teams started winning championships—eight since he left. Now, he’s only allowed back to visit. Ryan is the managing editor of Vegas Player magazine and also writes about travel, entertainment and dining for a number of national publications.

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