Caesars Entertainment Inc., in partnership with Nobu Hospitality, announced in September the anticipated opening of Nobu Hotel at Caesars Atlantic City, New Jersey. Slated to open Jan. 2, 2024, Nobu Hotel Atlantic City will complement the existing Nobu restaurant, which opened a year ago. The two projects are a part of Caesars Atlantic City’s $240 million resort transformation. Renovations and expansions to the resort include changes to the lobby, The Pool at Caesars, and the rooftop pool above the Boardwalk.
“We are delighted to partner with a world-class hospitality brand like Nobu to further elevate the experience at Caesars Atlantic City,” says John Koster, regional president for Caesars Entertainment’s Eastern Division, in a prepared statement. “With its unique blend of luxury accommodations and culinary excellence, Nobu Hotel Atlantic City will position the market as a premier travel destination on the East Coast and illustrates our commitment to offering our guests an unparalleled hospitality experience with exceptional service.”
Trevor Horwell, CEO of Nobu Hospitality, echoed Koster’s sentiments. “We are thrilled to continue our collaboration with our esteemed partners at Caesars Entertainment on our second Nobu Hotel venture together,” he says. “Atlantic City stands as a dynamic market with immense potential, and we are excited to create an exceptional hospitality experience for our loyal guests and newcomers alike. We invite them not only to savor an exquisite dining experience at Nobu restaurant but also take the opportunity to enjoy a luxurious stay at our Nobu Hotel.”
As a boutique hotel within a hotel at Caesars Atlantic City, Nobu Hotel will feature 85 guest rooms and suites with ocean views situated on the top three floors of the Centurion Tower. Event spaces at the resort itself include the 17,135-square-foot Palladium Ballroom, Gordon Ramsey’s Hell’s Kitchen, and Nobu restaurant.