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It’s all about details at Nobu Hotel. And the details are pretty amazing. Sure this intimate boutique property has a celebrity pedigree. It’s co-owned by celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa and partners include actor Robert De Niro. But it’s not for its celebrity status that you’ll be checking in to Nobu. You’ll check in for all the little extras. This hotel is known for providing the utmost in service and a sense of exclusivity to its guests. At Nobu you’ll find elegant, unusual touches like Italian sheets on the beds (molto bella!), feng shui rooms designed by David Rockwell and bath amenities with a rosemary and white tea scent created just for the hotel. Guests are welcomed to their room with a gift of hot green tea and the in-room minibar is stocked with snacks you won’t find at the mini mart like blood orange chili juice, sake and Japanese beer. During the nightly turndown service, robes are placed on the bed with an exclusive pillow and bath menu, and an evening tea with macaroons is served. Yes, the details are impeccable — right down to the do not disturb sign, which is a dramatic red tassel instead of the usual plastic placard. Nobu Hotel even found a way to make their elevators out of the ordinary. Those who like a little extra security will appreciate the optical scanners that read your key before letting you call for an elevator. You select your floor before you get in and once inside, the elevators have no buttons other than to open and close the doors. That means there’s no way to get to a floor without a key. The luxury doesn’t end there. Since the hotel’s namesake is a world renowned chef, it’s only fitting that his restaurant is located on the ground floor. And talk about one humungous space, Nobu restaurant spans 12,775 square feet. In addition to the main dining room, there’s a sushi bar and several private tables — including three teppanyaki tables. With more than 325 seats, guests can indulge in Chef Nobu’s signature items: yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño, sashimi salad and vanilla miso tart. A 15-person bar and adjacent lounge with semi-enclosed pods is the perfect place to sip a drink before or after you dine. Guests at Nobu Hotel are also lucky to have access to Nobu’s cuisine 24 hours a day through a special in-room dining menu you can’t find anywhere else, which includes sushi and a selection of bento boxes for a customary Japanese breakfast. Nobu Hotel’s location within Caesars Palace means there’s a wide range of amenities at that hotel available to guests as well, including The Forum Shops, entertainment at The Colosseum, Omnia Nightclub, Qua Baths & Spa and the pools. It’s the best of both worlds.