Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace

Bu Camp

Sleeping at Nobu Is Now a Thing

None 3 Photos Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
Nobu. Now there’s a name that means something. Something like Wagyu beef, an abundance of sushi and a complete lack of sleeping quarters. Well, that last one’s changing. Because today, we bring word of the boutique-y Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace. They’re booking rooms beginning Monday. And here’s a quick rundown of your very near future.

2:00pm: Arrive at Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace. Meet your private concierge. Bypass the front desk and go straight to your room. Relish life’s small victories.

2:30pm: Time for high tea. With in-room tea service and something from the minibar. Say, sake and Pocky sticks.

3:15pm: High tea’s pretty relaxing. But even more relaxing: massages/sitting under waterfalls at Qua.

5:30pm: Allot at least an hour for showering. Just trust us on this one. Yours involves teak. And stone. And something called “umi tiles.” It’s like your own Japanese bathhouse.

8:30pm: For dinner, maybe something off the Strip. Just kidding. Grab a seat at a teppanyaki table. Casually note that yes, this is indeed the largest Nobu restaurant in the world.

10:30pm to whenever: Drink, gamble, carouse. You know, Vegas stuff.

3:00am: Recovery mode. This time of night, you run solely on pork. One call, and a panko pork sandwich is coming your way. Make that call.

11:00am: Breakfast in bed. Green-tea waffles with maple syrup, braised short ribs and eggs. Chef Nobu just gets you.


Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV, 89109


Elsewhere on the Daddy

More Entertainment in Las Vegas