The chef's signature within Caesars extends to Nobu Restaurant and Lounge adjacent to his namesake hotel. The restaurant will be Nobu's largest in the world, the first on the Las Vegas Strip (Nobu also maintains a location inside the Hard Rock Hotel), and the first to offer breakfast as well as other meals of the day in addition to 24-hour room service. Even the minibar in the room has been "curated" by Chef Nobu.
Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace offers guests updated amenities. Rooms have a dedicated iPad docking station and a hot tea welcome is offered upon arrival in their room. Decor includes custom art by up-and-coming Japanese artists and "shodo" style calligraphy.
Access to the Garden of the Gods pool area is provided, along with entree to Caesars' fitness center at Qua Baths & Spa. Guests in the hotel are entitled to priority reservations and VIP access to Nobu restaurant as well as complimentary VIP access to Pure Nightclub in Caesars Palace.
Should you simply want to return to your room and count up your winnings, you can settle into the memory-foam Simmons for Nobu mattress sheathed in Filo Doro linens. Turndown service provides both pillow and bath menu options. Toiletries are by Natura Bisse, and the hotel provides Nobu-scented sleep oils tinged with lavender and bergamot.
Be warned, though: the excitement here may prevent you from drifting off. Caesars houses a great lineup of restaurants (we loved its 500-dish Bacchanal Buffet), the hard-to-resist Forum Shops, and boasts the biggest superstar entertainers in all of Las Vegas.