Boutique Living Has Never Been So Grand Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace and The Cromwell in Las Vegas

LT Globetrotter

June 16, 2017
The Cromwell in Las Vegas

It’s not all mega-sized hotels on the Strip. You can experience famous Las Vegas Boulevard while living like a superstar and being pampered only in the unique manner of a boutique hotel.

Both Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace and The Cromwell offer ideal perks for those looking for the grand boutique experience. For one, you’re still right in the heart of the Strip, so you still get the vibrancy and bright lights Las Vegas is famous for. The big difference: You get to come home to an intimate setting that feels posh and exclusive.

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Both Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace and The Cromwell boast less than 200 rooms, making you part of a quaint and limited club. The resort even writes personal letters to its VIP and suite guests, plus offers complimentary tea for all guests in the second floor lounge daily until 10 p.m. At The Cromwell, enjoy sample tastings at the hotel lobby bar every Friday and Saturday at 5 p.m. Both hotels also offer Ivy, a text concierge platform available 24-hrs a day, seven days a week. This means recommendations, restaurant reservations, show tickets, spa appointments, general information, housekeeping/maintenance requests, and other amenities are just a text message away – though we suggest limiting the emojis.

Why Go Nobu?

Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

Designed by famed architect David Rockwell (and owned in part by the two-time Academy-Award winner Robert De Niro), Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace flourishes in a state-of-the-art Japanese-inspired design that makes for a casual, relaxing, and ultimately tranquil experience. Embracing nature's surroundings, Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace will make it hard to believe that you’re right in the middle of all the bustling energy of Las Vegas. Perfect for soothing calm, yoga and meditation, this boutique getaway creates almost an opposite world from where it stands, though obviously offering that world to you as well; you just have to open the door!

Plus, Vegas is a judgement-free zone, so choose Nobu Hotel if you want to just do some serious unwinding and general chilling out. The media room inside the Sake Suite is on a whole other level. It’s OK to get in that Netflix binge – remember: everything that happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!

Also enjoy 24-hour room service that goes a little bit above and beyond what you’re used to. This is, after all, Nobu. That means you can arrange your own personal Nobu sushi chef putting something together for you. And, of course, the hotel offers a world-class dining experience spearheaded by famed chef Nobu Matsuhisa at the Nobu Restaurant.

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Why Go The Cromwell?

The Cromwell suite

Decadence and décor. That’s got a good ring to it, but it’s no exaggeration. With Parisian influences, stunning furnishings, quirky artwork, and glamourous suites, The Cromwell is upscale, high-style Vegas living. Hollywood-style vanity mirrors provide the celebrity treatment before you head out the door. Straightening irons come with the rooms. And it’s easy to maneuver around largely because of its small boutique size. The casino, unlike in the mega spots on the Strip, can be traversed with ease.

Maybe the biggest difference from Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace is the non-stop party atmosphere. Ideal for bachelorette parties, The Cromwell boasts Drai’s Beachclub and Nightclub just an elevator button away – convenient for any partygoer forgetting something back in the room. With All Access Package options, and accommodations for large groups, The Cromwell encourages you to bring the whole party along. Such a package includes a stay in The Cromwell’s Deluxe room, VIP escort to Drai’s Nightclub, two complimentary drinks at Bound Bar, $100 food credit at delicious Giada, and one in-room movie credit.

Enjoy the flavors of Giada’s California-infused Italian cuisine, either in the restaurant or right in the comfort of your own room. Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis ensures that all guests of The Cromwell don’t leave hungry (or even imagining dishes that could possibly taste any better).

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Las Vegas Strip

In the end, you’re in Las Vegas, ideally situated right within the bursting ball of energy that is the Vegas Strip. This is not the time to hold back! Whether you’re staying in the quaint calm of Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace, or the intimate and lively Cromwell, experience all this world-class city has to offer. You’ll be close to the hottest nightclubs in Vegas and the best restaurants. Staying either at Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace or The Cromwell is the ideal way to experience the best of both worlds.

Talk to your travel consultant to start planning your CITYbreak to Las Vegas and Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace or The Cromwell now.

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