Friday, January 30, 2015

Sushi Star

World's largest Nobu restaurant now doubles as a hotel


You know a place aims to satisfy when it has Bill Clinton asking, “What more could anyone ask for?”

Welcome to the Clinton-approved, Robert DeNiro-backed Nobu Hotel, now accepting reservations for its early 2013 opening inside Caesar's Palace.

As the first hotel opened by the internationally acclaimed Japanese restaurant powerhouse, you'll have to fight for one of their 18 chic, luxury suites decked out in modern art while meeting strict feng shui requirements.

And, of course, the hotel will feature the largest Nobu restaurant in the world — where you can eat green tea waffles with braised short ribs 24 hours a day.

Room service includes sushi delivered to your door alongside breakfast bento boxes and kimchi taquitos, not to mention a deep arsenal of sakes and Japanese beers.

Modern touches from iPad check-in to executive limo/SUV airport service will have you feeling like the Emperor of Japan — who you may run into after using your complimentary access to PURE Nightclub.

You know Clinton's gonna be there.

Nobu Hotel at Caesar's Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., The Strip
(702) 731-7110

Price: $249 and up per night here
Nearby: Luxor Hotel & Casino; Bellagio; Imperial Palace

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