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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Nobu named one of Luxury's 25 most innovative brands

 In the new August issue, Robb Report saved the best for last: in the publication’s final installment of its 25th Annual Best of the Best series, Nobu was named among the elite selection of most innovative brands. In addition, the influential, luxury publication spotlighted the exclusive and original suites offered at the world’s first Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Las Vegas.

Paying tribute to 25 tastemakers that are changing the luxury landscape, the publication noted that Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s new style sashimi “swiftly became a culinary rage,” and credits the acclaimed chef with “changing the way both chefs and diners approach seafood.”  Additionally, it explores the journey of Chef Nobu’s empire which has grown since 1994 to include 25 Nobu restaurants, including the world’s largest Nobu Caesars Palace Restaurant and Lounge, and the world’s first Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace.

“What an honor it is for Nobu to be aligned with iconic brands such as Lamborghini and Louis Vuitton,” says Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. “The Nobu brand encompasses more than 25 years of passion and craft and we’re very fortunate that our guests share our same enthusiasm. We’ve continued to build upon these core principles and introduced the perfect balance of luxury and fun with our very first Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace. It is our goal to introduce Nobu hotel brands across the same global footprint as our restaurants.”

In addition to the Nobu brand accolade, Robb Report highlights the distinctive new suites within the first-of-its-kind Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, part of the growing Nobu Hotel collection. The 181-room boutique property recently debuted 18 luxury suites masterfully designed by David Rockwell and Rockwell Group, Nobu’s longtime design/architect partner. Providing elements of luxury strategically combined with the fun and energetic expression of the Nobu lifestyle, Rockwell created stylish interiors showcasing natural materials fused with Nobu’s signature Japanese elegance in each of the Hakone, Sake and Nobu Penthouse suites. Ranging in size from 1,000 to 4,350 square feet, the suites are ideal for guests seeking a stylish and distinctive alternative to a traditional hotel suite and are designed to be the perfect spot to host an unforgettable special celebration or event. With a starting rate of $2,500, the suites can be reserved now online at www.nobucaesarspalace.com or by phone at (800) 727-4923.

“Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is the first of its kind and provides something that Nobu enthusiasts can’t find anywhere else in the world,” said Gigi Vega, general manager of Nobu Hotel. “Each and every detail is an extension of the Nobu brand; from the hot welcome tea served upon arrival, to the in-room minibar curated by Chef Nobu. In addition to exclusive accommodations and luxurious amenities, we also take pride in offering Chef Nobu’s first-ever in-room dining menu, featuring exclusive menu items.”


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