An Inside Peek into Sin City’s newest Nobu Hotel

Inside the Nobu Hotel, Las Vegas

Written by Nadia Ibanez, Photos courtesy of Nobu Hotel

Two-thirds of the Wander team is heading to Las Vegas this weekend to celebrate Karina’s last few weeks of singledom. Why not toast to a fantastic Bachelorette party with a sneak peek into Sin City’s newest additions set for this October.

Nobu Hospitality’s partners Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper have teamed with Caesars Palace to open Nobu Hotel. The first of its kind under the Nobu brand, the new hotel will offer hip luxury with its 180 rooms and make way for the largest Nobu Restaurant and Lounge in the world with more than 11,000 square feet of dining space.

Once the hotel opens later this year, guests can expect design elements like wood tiles; smart touch-screen elevators that use algorithms to get visitors to their destination quicker; carpets that resemble cherry blossoms and Zen gardens; in-room custom calligraphy; and origami-inspired fixtures. The natural and elegant designs within the Nobu aesthetic are promised to blend seamlessly against the Vegas backdrop.

The Bathrooms are Inspired by Japanese Bath Houses

The suites and bathrooms have caused our ears to perk up a bit once we got a peek into what to expect inside. We’re counting down the weeks until we can reserve our own room and take advantage of oversized walk-in showers, luxury bathroom amenities designed specifically for the hotel, bedside essential oils, and a minibar with blood orange chili juice and chocolate-dipped Pocky pretzels.

It’s the Little Details that Matter

One of the other great perks of staying at Nobu Hotel is priority seating and 24-hour access to the Nobu restaurant, along with the first-ever in-room dining menu. We already have our eye on the High Roller bento box, which features lobster wasabi, Wagyu steak, spicy garlic shrimp and an assortment of nigiri and special sushi rolls.

The hotel is slated to open this October. For more information, visit NobuHotelCaesarsPalace.com.

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