Design Lovers, Boutqiue Weekenders, Sushi Scene
Reason to Stay
Supper Club, Lounge Bar, Design Hotel
It's a name more familiar with swish sushi dining than luxury hotels, but Nobu Hotel at Caesar's Las Vegas is the first in a series of openings that will expand the global brand. From Mykonos to Cape Town, it's hard to dislike Nobu. But few, if anyone, ever wanted to actually stay the night. But alas Nobu Hotel at Caesar's Palace arrives complete with its own tower and interiors by David Rockwell that may surprise even a non-believer.
A hotel within a hotel, guests of the Nobu are offered all amenities of Caesar's Palace similar to other concepts at Mandalay Bay and MGM Grand. Visitors arrive to the familiar Caesar's valet and into a separate reception where staff meets guests and check-in happens inside the actual room. From the designer of Crystals at City Center and The Cosmopolitan, Rockwell pens an ethereal lobby, home to the world's largest Nobu and new concept lounge, with disappearing ceiling covered in cloud-shaped chandeliers and exotic wood suspended from walls.
The first of four Nobu Hotels planned for Riyadh, London and Bahrain, rooms offer a westernized Asian aesthetic with walls scribbled in Japanese calligraphy and bathrooms lined in black Umi tiles with teak details and stocked with Natura Bisse products. Guests are offered an array of perks beyond just sushi room service including free access to Qua Baths, VIP entrance to in-house Pure nightclub and Venus Pool Club for summertime preening.
VIP Services, Sushi Lounge, Design Hotel
Restaurant, Bar, Lounge, VIP Concierge