(NEW YORK) — Nobu sushi in bed? That dream of traveling foodies everywhere will be realized next week.
Famous chef and restaurateur Nobu Matsuhisa will open his first hotel in Las Vegas on Feb. 4. The hotel, called Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, will occupy 181 rooms at the famed Caesars Palace and is the latest in the boutique-hotel-within-mega-hotel concept. There are 18 luxury suites ranging from 1,000 to 3,500 square feet.
Nobu Hotel will be the first celebrity chef-branded hotel venture in Las Vegas.
Guests will have use of all the amenities at Caesars, plus a bit of V.I.P. treatment, including priority access to the Nobu restaurant — the world’s largest — and 24-hour room service from the Nobu menu.
Also for guests: Complimentary access to PURE nightclub, complimentary valet service, private access to the ‘Garden of the Gods’ pool and complimentary access to Qua fitness center.
Matsuhisa isn’t the only celebrity involved with the hotel. Actor Robert DeNiro is a co-owner of Nobu Hospitality and was involved in selecting David Rockwell, another big name in the hotel industry, to design the hotel.
There are three more Nobu hotels in the works: A Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, location will open in 2013 and hotels in London and Bahrain are “coming soon,” according to the Nobu Hotels website.
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