Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace getting a room refresh

The Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace will renovate its guestrooms, public areas and lobby with a more residential feel by the end.
The boutique luxury hotel, which has 182 rooms, opened at the famed resort on the Las Vegas Strip in 2013. The renovation is being overseen by Rockwell Group, who designed the guestrooms as well as the common areas.

According to the news release, the update's goal is to create a more modern, light-weighted, and luxurious aesthetic. According to the release, many elements were inspired by Kintsugi, a Japanese art that uses gold epoxy to repair broken pottery to create cohesion.

A custom sofa will be featured in the new guest rooms. It will come with a variety of patchworked upholstery options, including painterly-style prints and muted, textured graphics. Quartzite coffee tables will be available with a cracked kintsugi and a gold base.

New carpet will feature aubergine (eggplant), as well as abstract and painted-style florals, inspired by Tsubaki Chinzan (19th century Japanese artist). A desk or dining table will also be added to the dresser via a quartz buffer.

The custom carpet will be featured in guest corridors. It is reminiscent of a koi pond and features rippling patterns. The lobby carpet will feature slabs made of marble and agate, with gold veining and bursts in gray, rust, and blue.