NOBU Hotel Las Vegas | Robert De Niro and Nobuyuki Matsuhisa Partnered in Creating an Extraordinary Experience


We all are dreamers, but if you want to tap into your free spirit, you’ll likely find yourself called to Las Vegas, where you have the ultimate atmosphere of unrestrained fun. The fabulous Strip is buzzing and bursting with life day and night. Here you can spend your days trying on the most coveted fashions, sampling the most sophisticated cuisine, relishing the most spectacular entertainment, trying your luck at the casinos, or just relaxing in the world’s best spas and hotels. 

Robert De Niro and Japanese Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa partnered in creating the Nobu Restaurant and Nobu Hotel luxury collection. Similar to their co-creative journey, everything in Vegas is larger than life, and it welcomes with open arms anyone who desires a taste of adventure.


Nobu Villa | Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace | Entry Way

Nobu is the perfect retreat from the Las Vegas buzz: a haven of tranquility and relaxation. This luxurious boutique hotel is located inside the classic Caesars Palace in a separate tower. Its distinctive Zen vibe comes from the Japanese-inspired contemporary interior design, which includes earthy elements, natural finishes, golden accents, and carefully curated art. It is unlike any other property in Vegas. 

As you walk through the ‘Nobu Way,’ which leads you to a private reception area, you will sense the intoxicating aroma characteristic of Nobu. The courteous personnel greets you with a smile, making the check-in experience fast and pleasant while providing you with all the necessary information to enjoy your stay.   


Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace | Nobu Penthouse

Upon entering your room, you will discover a beautiful table with fresh fruit, flowers, and a personal welcome card waiting for you. The feeling of peace that the spacious room provides is incredible; you begin to feel at ease from the moment you enter. The grand bathrooms are perfectly furnished to experience delightful morning and nighttime rituals, with silky bathrobes available for your comfort.

For an even more lavish experience, the Penthouse is the largest of the Nobu suites. It can be combined through connecting doors to create a space of up to 4,350 square feet, featuring a gracefully curved staircase leading to a terrace on the second floor, a reclaimed stone hearth wall, a billiard table, custom art, and a separate area for private dining. 

The Nobu Villa is the ultimate Nobu experience and is beloved by many celebrities. This three-bedroom, 10,300 square foot space is exquisitely designed by the renowned architect David Rockwell. Its palace-like Japanese decor will inspire you to indulge yourself in the most exclusive experiences, such as a private chef, in-room spa services, secluded Zen garden with an Italian whirlpool, and the most astonishing views of the Strip from the sky deck hotel’s only villa rooftop. 

All suites feature luxurious amenities, which include in-room dining from the Nobu restaurant, herbal sleep oil, and tea. Nobu guests also have personalized concierges who are happy to assist you in purchasing tickets to the most popular Vegas shows and in receiving priority access to the Nobu Restaurant.


Nobu Restaurant Main Dining

Nobu is world-renowned, especially among those who appreciate fine Japanese dining, attentive service, and fresh, high-quality ingredients. There are several exclusive menu options to choose from at this restaurant, but what sets the Nobu Restaurant in Las Vegas apart from other US locations is their Teppanyaki experience, which features imported A5 Japanese Wagyu Banquet, one of the world’s most treasured steaks. This modern Japanese cuisine is based around an open iron cooktop, where food is grilled right in front of you. The experience becomes a performance, leaving you in awe of the chef’s ability to juggle knives and ingredients while dramatically firing up the grill. 

A recent collaboration between Nobu and Louis de Sacy gave birth to Nobu Brut Champagne Grand Cru ‘Verzy.’ The champagne’s silky and delicate texture is a perfect pairing for the Omakase tasting. The Chef’s Teppanyaki menu includes fresh fish and seafood of unparalleled quality, a specialty twenty-four-hour marinated chicken thigh, a variety of vegetables, prime steak, and the mouth-melting Japanese Wagyu. While the elaborate cooking performance will surely entertain you, it will also please even the most sophisticated palate. 

To continue celebrating a great night, let yourself be delighted by the Nobu lounge and enjoy their dazzling signature cocktails. 


Qua Baths Spa

Nobu shares the pool and the Qua Spa premises with Caesars Palace. The spa offers everything you could desire to enhance your inner and physical well-being. It is the perfect place to spend a day or two enjoying their Laconium Room, Crystal Body Art Room, the three traditional Roman baths that harness the ancient healing powers of water, and the one-of-a-kind Arctic Ice Room, where snow falls from the ceiling. The spa offers exclusive Nobu treatments for its guests: Nobu Zen, Nobu C+C Vitamin Citrus Drench, Nobu C+C Vitamin Citrus Ritual, and Nagomi Ritual. 

The Nagomi Ritual takes you on a journey of sensations. This experience starts with a relaxing foot bath in warm water and a gentle scrub, a Japanese practice that places you in a meditative appreciation of your own mind and body. You have the choice of natural oil scents, which are applied during the full body massage, increasing relaxation, joint mobility, and energy flow. To complete this amazing experience, facial reflexology, exfoliation, and the mask will leave your skin restored and revitalized, providing a healthy all-over glow.

Las Vegas invites us to explore everything this bright city has to offer, compelling us to let go of our inhibitions. As soon as we step inside the Nobu Hotel, the world outside seems to pause, giving us the opportunity to reconnect with ourselves.
Photography Courtesy Nobu Hotel Las Vegas