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Nobu Hotel Still On Track For February 4 Opening At $269 A Night

January 14, 2013 at 3:28 PM | by | ()

After putting it on the list of our Game-Changing Openings of 2013, we decided to check back in on the opening date for Nobu Hotel Las Vegas at Caesars Palace.

The good news? The hotel is still opening February 4 which is what we found back in September. And, rates are holding steady at $269 a night for a Nobu Deluxe King, the starting room category.

The bad news? The hotel is completely sold-out for its opening weekend. Yet, if you can hold off a week, rooms dip down to $249 a night the following Monday and Tuesday. Most weekends through March are open at about $299 a night.

Planning on splitting the room with friends? A deluxe room with two queen beds is going for $289 a night on February 4 while the luxury king rooms are $299 a night.

As for the suites, the grand Nobu suite is still not showing up on the reservations page but the Hakone Suite which offers 1,000 square feet of space with separate dining and living rooms and a bathtub jacuzzi is available for $719 a night while the Sake Suite is at $919, offering 1,300 square feet of space with a full media room, pool table and a bar to presumably do your sake shots.

Now, the only thing left up in the air is the Nobu Restaurant downstairs in Caesars Palace. We last heard it would take reservations starting this month, but we're half-way through it now. Chopsticks crossed it opens by February 4 as being able to order room service sushi from Nobu is one of things we're looking forward to most about staying here.

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