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Las Vegas: Eighteen suites debut at Nobu Hotel in Caesars

June 21, 2013|By Jay Jones
  • The newly completed Sake suites at Nobu feature billiard tables in the spacious living rooms.
The newly completed Sake suites at Nobu feature billiard tables in the spacious… (Caesars Entertainment…)

Nobu, the hotel-within-a-hotel at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, has expanded its room choices with the addition of 18 suites featuring three designs.

The suites, which weren’t yet finished when the property held its grand opening in early February, provide more spacious alternatives to Nobu’s standard rooms, which are about 350 square feet.

The smallest of the new accommodations, the Hakone suites, ranges from 1,000 to 1,350 square feet and is inspired by the Fuji-Hakona-Izu National Park near Tokyo. It's available with one or two bedrooms. The units feature separate living and dining rooms and walk-in closets. Rates start at $599 a night.

Six Sake suites, also available with one or two bedrooms, have between 1,300 and 1,950 square feet of living space, including a living room with billiard table and a separate entertainment/media room. They’re priced from $809 a night.

Topping off the hotel are two Nobu Penthouse suites, each a bi-level accommodation with two-story-high vaulted ceilings. At up to 4,350 square feet, the largest configuration features five bedrooms. Terraces overlook the living space, and a 90-inch, flat-panel TV is mounted on an expansive wall. Nightly rates begin at $1,999.

All of the suites were designed by  architect David Rockwell.

Reservations can be made online or by calling (800) 727-4923.

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