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Caesars and Nobu Broaden Partnership

By Ava Diaz

Caesars Entertainment Inc. and Nobu Hospitality LLC broadened their partnership with the addition of three Nobu Hotels and restaurants in New Orleans, Louisiana; Atlantic City, New Jersey; and Orlando, Florida.

The Nobu Hotel Atlantic City opened on the top three floors of Caesars’ Centurion Tower, a Caesars Atlantic City property, in 2022. The renovation included a refresh to the guest rooms and suites, the addition of a Nobu restaurant, and updates to casino gaming experiences.

The other two locations are in the process of transformation and are set to open in 2024. The Orlando hotel—just minutes from various theme parks and attractions—is projected to have 300 guest accommodations and to include eight villas, a Nobu restaurant, 50 long-term stay residences, and plenty of meeting space for events. Whereas in Louisiana, the Nobu Hotel New Orleans will open within the new Caesars New Orleans property, formerly Harrah’s New Orleans.

Through its various services and accommodations, Nobu Hotels creates a luxurious lifestyle experience that combines a modern  approach with a touch of Japanese tradition. The first Nobu Hotel opened in 2013 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, with 182 guest rooms and the one of world’s largest Nobu restaurants. As a new concept at the time, Caesars Entertainment Inc. and Nobu Hotels were one of the first to feature a boutique-inspired venue on the iconic Las Vegas Strip. Since, Nobu Hotels has expanded across the globe to places like Barcelona, Spain; Los Cabos, Mexico; Santorini, Greece; and Warsaw, Poland. Nobu plans to expand to five additional international locations by 2025.

“Our collaboration with Caesars has continued to thrive since the opening of the Nobu Hotel in Las Vegas,” says Trevor Howell, CEO of Nobu Hotels, in a prepared statement. “The addition of these destinations is naturally the next step in strengthening our alliance and a testament to our brand and business model. As we continue to develop the Nobu brand around the world we welcome new partnerships and look forward to expanding regionally with them.”

The expansion of this collaboration also included the addition of a Nobu restaurant at the Paris Las Vegas in April 2022 and refreshing the guest rooms and public areas at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas that were completed in December 2021.