Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace features redesigned guest rooms and suites


The Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, located in the iconic Las Vegas resort, is launching 182 redesigned rooms and suites after completing a multi-million dollar refresh.

The world’s first Nobu Hotel features a more modern residential feel with design inspiration from kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold epoxy.

Highlights of the new rooms and suites, which have been redesigned by global architecture and design firm Rockwell Group, include:

A bespoke sofa in a dozen different patchwork coverings

A quartzite coffee table with a gold base and a crackle kintsugi effect

New custom rug in aubergine tones, as well as abstract flowers – inspired by 19th century Japanese artist Tsubaki Chinzan

A desk or dining table, which is connected to the dresser by a quartz sideboard

The renovated Hakone, Sake, Nobu Penthouse and Nobu Villa suites also feature new furniture, carpets and flooring.

Additionally, redesigned guest hallways feature a custom carpet suggestive of a pond of koi fish that cluster at each bedroom doorway and patterns inspired by suminagashi – the art of Japanese paper marbling.

It is the first of several projects to be completed under the Caesars Entertainment name, expanding its longstanding partnership with Nobu Hospitality – the global lifestyle brand founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper.

A new Nobu restaurant is set to open in Paris Las Vegas in early 2022, followed by the planned opening of the Nobu Hotel Atlantic City and restaurant at Caesars Atlantic City this summer.

In 2024, the Nobu Hotel New Orleans and restaurant are scheduled to open within Caesars New Orleans, which is currently under construction.


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