The suite options include the Hakone Suite which offers 1,000-sq.ft. of space with separate dining and living rooms and a bathtub jacuzzi for $719 a night as well as the Sake Suite at $919, coming in at 1,300-sq.ft. with a full media room, pool table and a bar space to presumably do your sake shots.
The Nobu Hotel has risen from the ashes of the old Centurion tower at Caesars. Guests who book at Nobu will enter through the hotel's private entrance, will receive complimentary entry to Pure and Qua's fitness room, private entrance to the Garden of the Gods pool oasis and get priority access to the Nobu restaurant. You can also have a Nobu-branded Range Rover take you to and from the airport for $65 each way.
Yes, room service from Nobu is still on the menu in the guestrooms. However, the actual Nobu restaurant opening downstairs in Caesars Palace is not open yet. VegasChatter says it may open this month, but let's hope it debuts by the time the hotel throws open its doors. Because if we can't get our yellowtail sashimi in bed, we're gonna be livid.