The saying goes, "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas..." I think, acually I know that if I get the chance to stay in this suite I read about on Forbes, I will definitely be telling the world about it... Luxury suites in Las Vegas are usually thought to be over-the-top garish, an image reinforced by countless buddy movies with storylines of comic debauchery. Sensing a gap in the market, then, the partners behind Nobu Hotels, including Robert De Niro, are opening in April what they describe as the most luxurious but also the most tasteful suite in the city.
Occupying the top floor of the year old 181 room Nobu Hotel within the 4000 room Caesars Palace, the 10,300 square foot Nobu Villa has sharp but subtly shaded décor by famed designer David Rockwell, designer of the overall hotel. But one of its biggest selling points will be the view from the 4700 square foot terrace of the Vegas strip and the 550 foot High Roller observation wheel to be built as part of the new LINQ complex across the street. The hotel company outpost of Nobu Matsuhisa’s international restaurant empire has apparently been successful as a very different option than the town’s often gimmicky behemoth hotels. Building on that, the group is expanding, readying a Miami Beach hotel transformation in the former Eden Roc, setting a June opening date for a Nobu Hotel in Riyadh, a project instigated by HRH Princess Nouf Bint Mohammed Bin Fahad Al Saud and also designed by Rockwell in sharp but restrained style. A hotel in Manila, the first Nobu Hotel in Asia, will be next, also sparked by a local partner. And in all, Nobu’s trademark sushi presentations are just a room service call away. Source: Forbes