It has been announced that popular Las Vegas casino hotel Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace has re-opened for business following a closure period due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The property is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment and has resumed business operations from 2nd July 2020.
According to reports, the re-opening of the property follows the successful re-opening of various other venues within the Las Vegas district, including: Harrah’s Las Vegas and Harrah’s Las Vegas.
Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace has an impressive gaming floor with various casino slots available, along with leading table games featuring Craps, Baccarat and Pai Gow Poker. In addition, the venue is also part of the Caesars Rewards Visa Card programme where players can earn five times reward credits for every $1 spent.
The property is situated within the Caesars Palace resort and offers various services and facilities, which will also be re-opening, including a rooftop Nobu Villa, restaurants and fitness area.
Gary Selesner of Caesars Entertainment commented on the venue re-opening:
“On the heels of successfully reopening Caesars Palace and Nobu Restaurant & Lounge several weeks ago, we are pleased to welcome guests back to Nobu Hotel as well. As customer interest in visiting Las Vegas continues to increase, we remain committed to creating memorable experiences for guests at our premier boutique hotel with enhanced health and safety protocols.”
This prestigious casino hotel property is also home to the world famous Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN that guests can visit on their stay.
As part of the re-opening plans, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace has implemented a comprehensive health and safety protocol that includes frequent cleaning, staff health screening and mandatory face masks for employees. Patrons will also be required to wear the provided masks whilst inside the venue.