The Nobu Hotel entrance will be separate from the rest of Caesars Palace check-ins and will feature wood tiles that extend through the elevator foyer and into the elevator cabins themselves. High-tech elevators will employ a "traffic management algorithm" to result in fewer stops. Hallways on the guest floor will feature elements of cherry blossoms and Japanese zen gardens while the walls will feature pleated wall coverings and custom fixtures inspired by origami.
The 181 guestooms will have just a touch of Vegas flair amongst the natural material and textures.
Neutral tones will set the room while hints of purple and aqua are emitted from multiple accent pieces, decorative pillows and artwork. Patterned beige-colored carpets will feature a strong, unconventional graphic designed to invoke sentiments of landforms, seascapes and active movements.
There will be in-room iPads, hot tea welcome amenities, his and hers yukata robes and slippers, a blend of scented sleep oils and a minibar curated by Nobu himself including his signature brands of chilled sake and Genmai-Cha brown rice green tea along with Dean & Deluca snacks.
Bathrooms will have an oversized walk-in shower made of black Umi tiles with a teak bathing stool along with those fancy schmancy toilets from Toto. Toiletries will be done by Natura Bisse in a signature rosemary and white tea scent created especially for Nobu Hotel.
But what we've really been dying to know about is the in-room dining from Nobu. That will include a selection of bento boxes offering a customary Japanese breakfast and a Vegas-themed High Roller dinner with lobster wasabi, Wagyu steak, spicy garlic shrimp and an assortment of nigiri and premium sushi rolls.
Other menu items will include green tea waffles served with braised short rib, egg and aged maple; bagel and lox featuring salmon sashimi served on an “everything bagel” made of crispy rice; the RLT with rock shrimp, butter lettuce and Maui onion tomato salsa in a creamy spicy sauce; and the tonkatsu sandwich with panko pork and prune katsu sauce on shokupan bread.
Yum, our bellies are already dying to check-in here but until December comes along we'll have to whet our appetite with this room video below:
[Photos/Video: Caesars Entertainment]