Debut of Lavish Nobu Villa Marks Completion of
World’s First Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Designed with an eye for entertaining, events and ultimate relaxation, the impressive Nobu Villa is a sky-top paradise complete with expansive terrace, private sushi bar and dramatic
media and game room
Nobu Villa now available as part of Anthology Suites and Villas
Defined as the highest point or utmost level, The Nobu Villa is the pinnacle of the world’s first and currently the world’s only Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Las Vegas – both literally and figuratively. Strategically positioned at the very top of the Nobu tower – 150 feet above the famous Las Vegas Strip – The Nobu Villa is the crown-jewel of the boutique hotel and is set to welcome private guests as well as group gatherings and special events. The Nobu Villa is now available to book as part of the new Anthology Suites program.
The ultimate sky-top lodging, the impressive 10,300 square feet Nobu Villa is luxurious and sumptuous yet relaxed and modern. The notable space offers an expansive 4,700 square feet outdoor terrace overlooking the center of the Las Vegas Strip with sweeping views, robatayaki grill, Zen garden and Japanese-inspired onsen tub. The multi-functional space can be used as a venue for parties of varying sizes.
“One of the most exciting things about the Nobu Villa is how the design encourages entertaining and social gathering,” said Vice President and General Manager Gigi Vega. “With five distinct dining experiences incorporated into the design, it’s ideal for groups large or small. From the omakase sushi bar, to the traditional dining table and round family-style table to the outdoor robatayaki grill, each dining experience can be enjoyed individually or can be employed simultaneously for larger receptions and gatherings.”
Masterfully designed by David Rockwell and Rockwell Group, Nobu’s longtime architect and design partner, the Nobu Villa features a sophisticated language of layered materials and architectural elements, including rich shimmering fabrics, warm wood and bronze finishes, and custom artwork throughout the airy and generously-proportioned space.
“The expansive villa is truly the pinnacle of the Nobu Hotel,” said Shawn Sullivan, Partner and Studio Leader at Rockwell Group. “We wanted to further showcase and interpret the Nobu aesthetic and designed a luxurious and modern environment inspired by Japanese art, design and culture.”
With soaring ceilings, and 5,600 square feet of interior space, the Nobu Villa is captivating from the moment you enter. The lobby elevator features a custom antique bronze elevator door and the entry area has an exquisite art gallery showcasing a series of sandblasted wood and gold panels created by Brooklyn artist Jill Hotchkiss that depict the ancient Japanese landscape. Two Alexander Lamont cast bronze sculptures inspired by the drifted remains of giant sea mammals on iron stands also dress the space.
Additional notable areas include a dramatic media and game room featuring a billiard table with black and white felt and a signature cherry blossom print. The table is perfectly complemented by the striking black and silver color palette. Dividing the game and media rooms is an omakase sushi bar, where a Nobu chef can prepare and serve meals.
A stone-base fireplace is positioned at the top of the steps leading to the living room where luxurious fabrics in green, gold and beige tones adorn the seating and pillows. Jim Thompson’s Metallic Screen, a fabric designed by David Rockwell will be used for the curtains. A custom 10-person round table anchors the dining room where whimsical lighting in the form of a chopstick-inspired chandelier hangs.
The three-bedroom villa is the epitome of luxury. The master bedroom features an oversized platform bed with a tall black oak with white ceruse headboard. Smaller-scale versions of the impressive headboard are featured in each guest bedroom.
A veritable oasis in the sky, the Nobu Villa has an emphasis on comfort and relaxation. Unwind with a therapeutic soak in the Japanese onsen hot tub, enjoy an aromatic soak in an elevated tub and ease tension with a healing massage in the private massage room adjacent to the master bedroom.
Also recently completed at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is a new dedicated Fitness Center and Lounge. Created at the request of Chef Nobu and Nobu Hospitality primary shareholders Robert De Niro, and Hollywood film producer Meir Teper, the Lounge features a business center with complimentary WiFi for Nobu Hotel guests, morning coffee and tea service, registration and concierge services and an eight-seat conference table and Board Room. Additionally, the Fitness Center offers a variety of the latest equipment by Technogym including cardio and strength building equipment and even Matsuhisa’s favorite flexibility-enhancing machine for stretching.
In its inaugural year, the world’s first Nobu Hotel, Restaurant and Lounge Caesars Palace has garnered acclaim and honors for its originality, distinctive design and keen attention to service and detail. From being named among the Best New Food Hotels by Condé Nast Traveler as revealed on the Today show, being heralded as the Top Hotel Opening in North America in 2013 by Luxury Travel Advisor, dubbed as one of the Hottest New Hotels of 2013 by CNN Travel, to being included among Luxury’s 25 Most Innovative Brands by Robb Report, the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace has had an extraordinary debut.
A masterful collaboration between Caesars Palace, Chef Nobu and Nobu Hospitality primary shareholders, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper, the 181-room boutique hotel including 18 suites, along with the largest Nobu restaurant worldwide and the first on the famed Strip, brings a new level of luxury, culture, sophistication and great cuisine to Las Vegas.