Caesars Entertainment extends partnership with Nobu Hotels

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Caesars Entertainment extends partnership with Nobu Hotels

Robert De Niro, chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Caesars Entertainment CEO Mark Frissora were present for the fifth anniversary celebration of the Nobu Hotel, Caesars Palace.

Frissora announced a decade-long extension of the partnership between Nobu Hotels and Caesars, while Horwell – the group that owns Nobu – announced plans for 20 additional hotels by 2020.

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace bills itself as the ‘world’s first celebrity chef-branded hotel venture’. Speaking at the anniversary celebration, Frissora commented: “Caesars Palace has an impressive legacy of ‘firsts’ – the legendary resort set the standard for luxury when it first opened and is widely credited with introducing the resident headliner concept, and welcoming the first true celebrity chef-driven restaurant.

“So, it comes as no surprise that we would be home to the world’s-first Nobu Hotel. Even better, the success of this partnership has created the blueprint for what’s to come. Today, I am proud to announce that we are extending this partnership for another ten years.

“Other exciting initiatives on the horizon for Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace include a refresh on our more than 180 guest rooms and innovative technology enhancements.”

Guests, meeting planners and event attendees can take advantage of all amenities available at Caesars Palace such as Qua Spa, the fitness centre and walkable access to 300,000 square feet of meeting space, located at Caesars Palace. Various small meetings and event spaces include Nobu Hotel, Nobu Villa, Nobu Restaurant and Nobu’s luxury suites.

Stuart Wood is a news reporter across the Mash Media editorial portfolio. He writes for CMW alongside sister publications Conference News, Exhibition News, Access All Areas and Exhibition World.