The Nobu Hotel in Las Vegas offers quiet refuge for groups to recharge after a day full of meetings and events.
Located within Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, the hotel offers a contemporary, Zen-like setting with 182 rooms, 18 suites and one villa. Nobu’s Japanese-inspired decor—plum and gold accents and herbal sleep oil to yin and yang slippers—offers a serene setting where attendees can find balance and tranquility during lengthy conventions. And should they want to get in on the action nearby, the bustle of Caesars Palace and its array of entertainment is just footsteps away. The 50,000-sf Que Baths & Spa is another rewarding experience; its Arctic Ice Room is the only one of its kind in the world.
The 10,300-sf rooftop villa and its three bedrooms, living room, sky deck offering beautiful Las Vegas strip views, and full bar offer a prime setting for events of up to 100 with easy indoor-outdoor flow. You can have your event catered from Nobu Restaurant, located next to the hotel’s private entrance. We can attest that this will be a sensational treat for your group.
Nobu also gives planners the option to book one of their private dining areas. We experienced an amazing and memorable meal during a recent stay at the hotel that started with a sake tasting of six sake styles that are exclusive to Nobu Restaurant and moved into Kumamoto oysters with Nobu sauce, ceviche, tacos, tuna and whitefish sashimi, black cod and Japanese Wagyu, all extremely fresh and exquisitely presented. We also loved the “Matsuhisa Martini,“ made of sake and Ketel One vodka and garnished with cucumber. Your team’s palate will sing with delight.