Caesars to Add Nobu Hotels at Its Atlantic City and New Orleans Properties

Frances Ferrante, Senior Editor
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LAS VEGAS — The powerhouse duo of Caesars Entertainment and Nobu Hospitality are expanding their partnership with the addition of Nobu hotels and restaurants at Harrah’s New Orleans and Caesars Atlantic City, and a Nobu restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, as well as a refresh of the legendary Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace Las Vegas.

The first Nobu Hotel opened at Caesars Palace in 2013, breaking new ground as a boutique hotel within a hotel. That concept has caught fire and been followed by other hotels in Vegas and around the world. Nobu Hospitality brings with it the star power of its founders — Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper — and its luxury hotels are known for their distinctive, minimalist Japanese style.

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“Our relationship with Nobu has been an unparalleled success in Las Vegas, and as we continue to invest there and in New Orleans and Atlantic City, we felt it was the perfect opportunity to deepen and expand that relationship,” Tom Reeg, CEO of Caesars Entertainment, said. “Nobu’s sophisticated elegance is the perfect complement to the multi-million dollar renovation projects we are developing in all three cities.”

In Las Vegas, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace will begin a multimillion-dollar refresh of its 182 guest rooms and public areas, scheduled to be completed by the end of 2021. A  Nobu restaurant and lounge is slated to open at Paris Las Vegas in early 2022, following in the footsteps of its famous predecessor at Caesars Palace.

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In Atlantic City, the new Nobu Hotel and restaurant are projected to open in summer 2022 within Caesars Atlantic City as part of Caesars’ $400 million investment in the destination. In 2024, the Nobu Hotel New Orleans and restaurant are set to open within the newly created Caesars New Orleans, following a multimillion-dollar transformation of Harrah’s New Orleans.

Reach Tim Reeg at treeg@caesars.com