A sweet addition to the hotel’s new Web site is a section devoted to the hotel’s exclusive amenities. The hotel will be a realm all its own within Caesars Palace, with guest perks like complimentary VIP access to Pure Nightclub and the Qua Baths and Spa fitness center, as well as private pool access.
Other exclusive benefits include priority reservations at the hotel’s Nobu Restaurant and Lounge Caesars Palace, as well as the services of a private Nobu concierge. A signature Nobu green tea welcome gift should also serve to make one’s visit memorable.
Another notable perk: In-room check-in. This blog may have actually swooned when we heard about this. Guests are greeted when they arrive and escorted directly to their room. There, a member of the hotel’s guest service team will assist in completing a quick check-in using an iPad. Question: How do you say “Whoa!” in Japanese?
Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is the result of a partnership between Caesars Palace and Nobu Hospitality, whose principles include Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and actor Robert De Niro. The new hotel will take over the tower formerly known as Centurion Tower at Caesars.
Nobu Hotel is scheduled to have a soft opening before the end of 2012.
There’s more news to come about this innovative hotel concept. In the meantime, explore the hotel’s new site and get a taste of the Nobu Hotel experience just a few short months away.
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