Nobu Hotel

$45 Resort Fee
Free Self Parking for Guests
4:00 PM
11:00 AM
Up to $18/Day
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Room Service
Fitness Center
Business Center

Nobu Las Vegas, by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, is located inside Caesars Palace. It opened in 2013 as the first Nobu Hotel in the world. It offers guests 181 lavish rooms and suites with stunning views of The Strip. 

Here are five reasons why you should consider staying at Nobu Las Vegas.

5. Location & Access to Caesars Palace Amenities

Guests enjoy all the amenities at Caesars Palace. That includes the incredible Garden of the Gods Pool. During your stay, you’ll have quick access to the wide variety of restaurants, gambling and entertainment, including shows like Absinthe. Plus, you’re just steps away from the Forum Shops and numerous nearby casinos. 

4. You’ll Be Treated Like A VIP

Guests get the VIP treatment at Nobu Las Vegas. Included in your stay are a private concierge, priority access to Nobu Restaurant, luxurious in-room amenities, and even Nobu’s signature hot tea at check-in. 

3. You Get Priority Access to Qua Baths & Spa

As a guest you’ll get complimentary access to the Qua Baths & Spa fitness center and priority service at the spa. 

The spa features three Roman baths, one-of-a-kind Artic Ice Room, and spa services that sprawl across 50,000-square feet.

2. Skip The Line at Omnia Nightclub

Nobu guests who want to party all night at one of Las Vegas’ most popular clubs, Omnia Nightclub, will be allowed to skip the normal line with VIP access line. 

This is a huge perk for club-goers, especially on busy weekends where wait times can be multiple hours long. 

1. You’ll Have A Lavish Experience

Throughout the entire Nobu Hotel you’ll be met with lavish luxury. The Japanese-inspired decor provides guests a distinctly different experience from any other hotel in Las Vegas.

The hotel offers special touches around each corner. Guests can relax, unwind, in the heart of the chaos of Las Vegas. 

Nobu Hotel can provide you an experience unlike anything else in Vegas.

Plus $45 Resort Fee