Nobu Hotel, Las Vegas
Las Vegas has changed a lot in recent years, with the opening of stellar restaurants with star chefs who cook up healthy cuisine, and hotels that feature wellness programs on and off the Strip.
But if you are looking for a true oasis of calm and tranquility in Sin City, you’ll want to visit Nobu, a 188-room boutique hotel inside Caesar’s Palace. Weave your way through the casino and a private elevator takes you to the stylish Nobu lobby, where you can begin to relax and immediately exhale.
The spacious rooms feature beautiful murals of Japanese cherry trees, a “welcome” green tea with brown rice–Nobu’s signature blend–luxurious bathrooms, a pillow menu, and an intentional ambience of calm that cossets you as all stress slips away. A visit to the 50,000-square-foot Qua Baths & Spa will only enhance that feeling. Then, float back to your room for a peaceful sleep and don’t miss out on a room service breakfast from Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature restaurant. I ordered the Nobu “Bagel and Lox,” with crispy rice cakes, tofu crema, salmon “pastrami,” capers, onion and ponzu. Twice. caesars.com/nobu-caesars-palace
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