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Bed and Banquet

Acclaimed Chef Nobu Matsuhisa to Open Hotel-Restaurant at Caesars Palace

Photo Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment Corp.

Vegas has long been the playground for countless icons recognized around the globe. Think Elvis or Cher or Sinatra. Now, another single-moniker superstar is about to claim some real estate on the Las Vegas Strip: Nobu.

The famed Japanese executive chef/owner of 25 restaurants in 21 cities on five continents requires no other name to distinguish himself—but formally, for the record, it’s Nobu Matsuhisa. And now, his Nobu Hospitality luxury-lifestyle brand has teamed with Caesars Palace to bring the first Nobu Hotel in the world to Las Vegas. A multimillion- dollar renovation will reinvent the current Centurion Tower at Caesars Palace to create a boutique hotel within a resort, transforming the 180 stylish guest rooms, including 16 luxurious suites, into an Asian-inspired retreat complete with its own hotel check-in area.