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First Ever Nobu Hotel Coming To Vegas

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And you thought the Nobu restaurant was awesome!

The first ever Nobu Hotel is coming to Las Vegas, and it'll be located at the Ceasar's Palace on the strip.

The announcement celebration was quite an event, featuring the likes of Robert De Niro, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, and Tom Jenkin, the President of the Western Division of Caesar's Entertainment (above).

The Nobu Hotel will take the place of Centurion Tower, which "will be renovated and redecorated and a 9,500-square-foot Nobu Restaurant and Lounge will open at the base of the tower."

The hotel will feature "180 guest rooms, 16 suites, and a penthouse all of which will have an elegant minimalist Japanese makeover," as has been previously seen in Nobu restaurants.

No word yet on the date for the grand opening of this hotel, but we're pumped! This place sounds SO cool!

[Image via Luxist.]

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    AS IF Vegas needs another hotel. That market is over saturated.