Enter into a world of finesse, elegance and luxury. Secluded from the bright lights of Sin City, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace offers an opulent Las Vegas experience with its award-winning hospitality services and drive to treat each guest like a VIP. From the moment you walk through the door, you will be met with the remarkable interior; Japanese-inspired décor, with its signature Zen plum and gold accent furnishing, impressive collection of art work and sleek modern touches. With its reputation of the ultimate luxury destination, anybody who’s anybody can be found hanging out at the hotel. You may very well spot a celebrity or two while on your Las Vegas holiday. Nobu Hotel can be found at Caesars Palace, as its own separate tower.
Nightlife and Entertainment at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
As a guest staying at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace you will be able to enjoy Las Vegas’s premiere entertainment and nightlife. The 4,300-seat Colosseum has been home to acts such as Jerry Seinfeld, Elton John, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Rod Stewart, and Reba, Brooks and Dunn. Absinthe, the fantastical wild and outlandish carnival brings a unique form of entertainment. Set on a circular stage, in an intimate setting you will be wowed by some of the spectacular performances this show has to offer. For a night out, be sure to visit the multi-level nightclub, OMNIA. With its high energy main room, and breathtaking rooftop garden, it’s no wonder it’s a favourite amongst Las Vegas club-goers. Caesar Palace’s VISTA Cocktail Lounge, Lobby Bar and Spanish Steps also offer an unforgettable party experience.
Dine at the world’s largest Nobu Restaurant, located right at the heart of the hotel. Created by celebrity chef, Chef Nobu, the world-famous restaurant serves authentic Japanese cuisine with a luxury twist. When staying at the hotel, you’ll be able to try some of Nobu’s signature dishes including rock shrimp tempura, miso black bod and yellowtail sashimi with thin sliced jalapeno peppers. For a quieter setting, visit the Nobu Lounge and try the specialty late night lounge menu.
Know Before You Go
It is standard practice for resorts/hotels within the USA to charge a mandatory resort fee which is payable locally. This fee can be anywhere between $5 to $50 per room per night and is not included in the cost of your Kenwood Travel holiday. Expect to pay a resort fee of approximately $50 + tax, per room per night (subject to change).