The first Nobu Hotel in the world opened its doors in 2013 at the Caesars Palace Las Vegas. The all-famous, award-winning, New York-based David Rockwell is the designer and creator of the renowned Nobu Hotel and Restaurant. The core essence of the design can be experienced through the fusion of Japanese and other traditions of Asia with Western garnishing. The overall design speaks of comfort and simplicity. The uniqueness is achieved using natural materials in combination with textures. There is presence of elements that have been outsized to offer the necessary flair of Vegas. The place is owned by Chef Nobu and Robert De Niro which is why it cannot be
anything less than amazing. Their vision is clearly depicted in the rooms and suites. David Rockwell assisted them in achieving the best reflection of their vision by handpicking most of the design elements of the rooms. Some of the luxuriously stylish designs of the guest rooms include custom made art by the future Japanese artists. These art formations consist of an outstanding mixture of traditional and expressionist print and designs.
The core focus of the rooms is however the feature wall that consists of a custom style of calligraphy known as Shodo. Bathrooms are usually important for the customers as areas of such tend to be weak points for most hotels. Nobu Hotel has specifically beautified the bathrooms using stone tiles and modern fixtures that offer a sleek look along with teak fittings. An over sized walk-in shower can be found in each bath which is made with black Umi tiles of traditional style. The shower consists of multiple numbers of showerheads along with a stool for bathing. The stool represents Japanese tradition of bathhouses.
Nobu Penthouse Suite
The huge Nobu Penthouse Suites ranges between 2200 to 4350 feet of stretch. This Las Vegas treat of a suite consists of amazing features such as a curved staircase and a stone hearth wall. A second-story terrace is one of the most in-demand features of the penthouse along with the leather sofas that reflect true luxury. The room is perfect for your dream Vegas vacation. The room is entirely inspired by Japanese and includes a flat screen television of a huge ninety inch screen. Billiard table and an entirely exclusive dining area for the customers are also added in the experience. VIP service and other all exclusively lavish Nobu amenities are part of the penthouse experience along with priority seating in the Nobu restaurant. Limousine service is added in the reservation as a complimentary service for the Penthouse and Villa Guests from the Hotel. The limousine service is also available for guests staying in other rooms for a substantial fee, but a taxi would be the cheaper option.
The Nobu Villa
The largest possible suite in the hotel is the 10,500 square foot Nobu Villa. The Nobu Villa is once again also designed by the renowned David Rockwell. The exquisite accommodation consists of a total of three bedrooms and it is the only rooftop villa of the Nobu hotel. The design of this villa triggers all five senses through the amazing design consisting of customized music and fine cuisine along with scents of lemon ginger. Spa services and food made by renowned chefs are to die for. View of the strip can be enjoyed from the sky deck. The villa features fire and water features along with a full bar and pit for barbecue.
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