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Seven Secrets of Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace

Seven Things to Know about the Distinctive Boutique Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip

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The world’s-first Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace is distinctly different than most Las Vegas hotels. With 182 rooms and suites, it’s a boutique hotel featuring Japanese-inspired décor mixed with sleek, modern touches. It’s a Zen oasis in its own tower at Caesars Palace – mere footsteps from the dynamic action yet feeling worlds away. It’s an ideal respite for relaxation. With an enhanced level of service and personal touches, Nobu Hotel elevates the level of luxury, culture, sophistication and great cuisine in Las Vegas. Further proof that Nobu Hotel is truly different, here are seven little secrets guests will discover.

1. Business + Leisure = Bleisure at Nobu Hotel

The ideal location to blend business and leisure travel, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace offers its guests exclusive use of a dedicated private front desk and lounge located on the 72nd floor. Created at the request of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Nobu Hospitality primary shareholder Robert De Niro, the lounge features a large table for work including access to two MacBook Air laptops with wireless printing, a private conference room with an eight-seat table available for hourly or daily rental, and a welcoming assortment of tea and bottled water available 24 hours. When business is done and it’s time to arrange for fun, Nobu Hotel guest services agents also serve as concierge with the ability to make reservations and recommendations, as well as print show tickets directly at the desk.

2. Mini Bar Curated by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa

While a fully-stocked mini bar is quite common, the mini bar at Nobu Hotel features items hand-selected by Chef Nobu himself. Personally curated, the mini bar offers a glimpse into what Chef Nobu enjoys, highlighting unique selections including organic

Sunraysia juice crafted from orchards in the Murray Valley region of NSW, Australia, Askinosie Chocolate Bars, Japanese beer, Roasted Almonds and Cashews from Astor Chocolates.

3. Nightly Turn Down

Emanating style and sophistication, the well-appointed rooms at Nobu Hotel are spacious and impressive. Featuring luxurious Fili D’oro linens and nightly turn-down service, the boutique hotel also offers tea in-room amenity. Even more, hotel guests enjoy 24-hour access to cuisine from the Nobu Restaurant kitchen via Nobu Hotel’s exclusive in-room dining menu.

4. Fitness Nobu’s Way

Dedicated exclusively to Nobu Hotel guests, a fitness center containing a variety of Technogym equipment selected by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro, is located on the hotel’s 72nd floor. Featuring the acclaimed chef’s favorite fitness machine for stretching, Nobu’s active involvement and contribution to the overall lifestyle experience is evident throughout the distinctive hotel.

5. Get Your Zen On – Nobu Spa Treatments

Designed exclusively for Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, discover a signature line of Nobu Spa Treatments by the award-winning Qua Baths & Spa. Enjoy a transcending experience with any of the seven Nobu-inspired treatments ranging from indulgent facials and customized body rituals to Signature Experience treatments including the 100-minute Nagomi Ritual. Designed to guide guests on a journey of exquisite experiences, these state-of-the-art treatments showcase the leading trends in aesthetic medicine and spiritually centered mind and body purifying treatments.

6. Nobu Gets Social

The perfect way to kick-off a weekend at Nobu Hotel, guests can enjoy a Nobu Social every Friday evening from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm, featuring complimentary beverages including wine, beer and spiritsand the opportunity to mingle with other Nobu Hotel guests as well as the Nobu Hotel management team. The weekly Nobu Social is held on the 72nd floor.

7. Meet Ivy

A personalized virtual concierge service that guests can communicate with at any time during their stay, Ivy is an automated, real-time guest texting program. When checking in at Nobu Hotel, guests who provide a cell number will receive a welcome message from Ivy encouraging them to text her with any questions or requests. Ivy can recommend and book dining and entertainment experiences for guests, as well as assist with housekeeping and room service requests.

Bonus Insider’s Tip – The Bed & Breakfast Package

Imagine waking up in a luxurious room at Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace to a welcoming knock and your senses aroused by a delectable breakfast bento box. Book your stay Sunday through Thursday by Aug. 31 and receive two breakfast bento boxes, courtesy of Nobu Hotel in-room dining services.

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Marriott to open new resort and casino in Las Vegas

Marriott continues to expand their hotel empire with a new opening set for 2020 in the American playground of Las Vegas

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A recent press release by Marriott International has announced plans to open a new hotel in Las Vegas in 2020. The property, which will be the result of a partnership between Marriott International and global development firm Witkoff, will be named The Drew Las Vegas. It will be Las Vegas’ debut EDITION brand as well as being the first JW Marriott on the Strip. Located at 2755 Las Vegas Boulevard South, the new property will be an integrated resort that will combine a hotel and casino, as well as other facilities. The complex will house an incredible 4,000 guest rooms and suites, as well as 500,000sqft of meeting, events, entertainment and convention space. The hotel will be managed by Marriott International and will provide Marriott customers with a chance to redeem their loyalty points in Las Vegas for the first time. Tony Capuano, EVP and Global Chief Development Officer for Marriott International, spoke of the venture, and said, “The Drew Las Vegas will become a landmark property for Marriott International.The resort will give our more than 100 million loyalty members the chance to enjoy our brand of hospitality in one of the most exciting and popular cities in the world, whether the visit is for a convention or a leisure trip.”

A productive new relationship in Las Vegas

The Drew Las Vegas involves many key players in the hospitality industry as well as real estate and development. Marriott International is one of the biggest hotel groups in the world, with a portfolio that boasts over 6,500 hotels and resorts across the world in 127 countries. The group has an impressive total of 30 unique brands, and has established a reputation for reliability and customer service that keeps guests coming back. For this project, they have partnered with New York real estate and investment firm the Witkoff Group, a market leader in the development and operation of large scale residential, commercial and hospitality projects all over the world.

The launch and operations of the hotel will be managed by Two Blackbirds Hospitality, who will ensure a streamlined guest experience across the many sectors of the hotel, including entertainment, retail, nightlife, food and beverage areas and the casino.Steven Witkoff, Witkoff Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, “With Marriott International, we have the opportunity to leverage the world’s most powerful group and convention pipeline as well as an unmatched loyalty program to ensure we unlock the unparalleled value of this asset. This acquisition, made in partnership with New Valley LLC, is a well-designed, structurally-sound project with a significant discount to both replacement cost and the implied public market valuations of comparable Las Vegas Strip resorts.”

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Wynn Resorts On FORTUNE Magazine’s 2019 World’s Most Admired Companies List

Company Receives The Top Score For Quality of Products/Services

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Wynn Resorts today was once again honored as the highest ranking casino resort on FORTUNE Magazine’s 2019 World’s Most Admired Companies list in the hotel, casino and resort category, ranking fourth overall among internationally distinguished hospitality companies. Wynn Resorts ranked first overall in the category of Quality of Products/Services among all international hotel companies, and received high marks for Innovation, People Management, and Global Competitiveness.

FORTUNE works with top industry executives and analysts to rate companies based on nine categories that range from financial soundness to social responsibility. Each year, FORTUNE Magazine conducts a survey to compile the World’s Most Admired Companies list, the definitive report card on corporate reputations in a variety of fields including consumer products, power, natural resources, and hospitality. For more information on methodology and to view the complete list, please visit: www.fortune.com/worlds-most-admired-companies.

Wynn Resorts, Limited (Nasdaq: WYNN) is traded on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the ticker symbol WYNN and is part of the S&P 500 Index. Wynn Resorts owns and operates Wynn and Encore Las Vegas (wynnlasvegas.com), Wynn Macau (wynnmacau.com), Wynn Palace, Cotai (wynnpalace.com), and is currently constructing Encore Boston Harbor in Everett, Massachusetts (encorebostonharbor.com), scheduled to open summer 2019. With a collective 16 Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Awards, Wynn Resorts is the highest rated independent hotel company in the world.

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CHAI SPICE SPECIALS AT PRESS AND THE SPA AT FOUR SEASONS HOTEL LAS VEGAS

Specialty cocktail and candle massage offered for the months of January and February

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Ward off winter’s chill with PRESS and the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, offering chai spice specials throughout the months of January and February 2019.

PRESS will offer a twist on a classic cocktail with the Chai Old-Fashioned. Featuring chai syrup, bourbon, chocolate bitters, simple syrup and Grand Marnier, the drink is garnished with a cinnamon stick and nutmeg. The cocktail retails for USD 20.

The Spa will feature the Chai Spice Candle Massage. A blend of coconut oil and natural waxes is poured over the entire body, creating a luxurious massage oil, and leaving skin feeling silky and muscles warmed throughout. The treatment is available for between 50 and 100 minutes, at a cost ranging from USD 200 to 360.

For bookings, contact The Spa at 702 632 5302 and PRESS at 702 632 5275.

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