There’s no shortage of swanky, baller-friendly crash pads for Sin City weekenders but the stakes for Vegas hotel bookings keep getting higher with iconic hotel facelifts and newer digs cramming the strip. Nobu Hotel now gives Vegas-loving A-listers a refined, Zen’ed-out stay. Owned by Robert DeNiro and Nobu Matsuhisa, the 182-room, David-Rockwell designed boutique is in its own wing within Caesars Palace, equipped with its own elevators to shuttle guests from the boisterous, 12,775-square-foot Nobu Restaurant on the main level to the intimate guest rooms above.
Guests who snag a room here receive a number of VIP privileges, like line passes to Omnia Nightclub and entry to Nobu Fitness Center and Business Lounge. Each guest room is calming with Japanese-inspired decor, from dragon-themed wall murals to low-key, minimalist-designed furnishings. Bento box breakfast-in-bed is an absolute must to catch early-morning zen. There’s no casino at Nobu (gambling is across the hall at Caesars), which lends perfectly to the hotel’s sanctuary-minded retreat. Halos are hard to find in Vegas, and Nobu Hotel is arguably one of the few places you’ll be up to some good. Unless you order the blueberry and yuzu soba pancakes, which is oh-too devilish (but worth the sin).
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