Now Accepting Reservations, Nobu Hotel Looks To Open At Caesars Atlantic City Next Year

Written By David Danzis on September 27, 2023 - Last Updated on January 19, 2024
check-in counter for the nobu hotel, which opens soon at caesars atlantic city

Nobu Hotel Atlantic City is now accepting reservations, with first bookings available on Jan. 2, 2024.

A complement to the Nobu restaurant, which opened inside Caesars Atlantic City in October 2022, Nobu Atlantic City is a boutique hotel within a hotel.

One that Nobu and Caesars hope will “create an exceptional hospitality experience for our loyal guests and newcomers alike” that goes unmatched among Atlantic City casinos.

More info about newest Atlantic City casino hotel

Nobu Hotel AC will consist of 85 rooms and suites on the top three floors of the Centurion Tower at Caesars Atlantic City.

A 450-square-foot room with two queen beds starts at $177 per night for the opening date, while a standard king room begins at $201. Prices start at $525 per night for the first weekend in January. All the rooms of Nobu Hotel AC are smoke-free, according to the Caesars website.

The luxury hotel within a casino hotel is the second such concept between Caesars Entertainment and Nobu Hospitality, the first being the Nobu Hotel and restaurant inside Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Caesars Entertainment already has a massive presence in New Jersey. From a brick-and-mortar perspective, it operates three Atlantic City casinos — Caesars AC, Harrah’s Resort AC and Tropicana AC. From the online side of things, Caesars also offers Caesars Online Casino NJ.

Nobu Hotel AC will only add to the Caesars footprint.

Nobu ‘thrilled’ to have another project with Caesars

In a press release, Trevor Horwell, CEO of Nobu Hospitality, said the company was “thrilled” to take on another project with Caesars.

“Atlantic City stands as a dynamic market with immense potential, and we are excited to create an exceptional hospitality experience for our loyal guests and newcomers alike,” Horwell said.

“We invite them not only to savor an exquisite dining experience at Nobu restaurant but also take the opportunity to enjoy a luxurious stay at our Nobu Hotel.”

Caesars Entertainment has reportedly spent roughly $450 million at its Atlantic City casinos since 2019. More than $240 million has been spent at Caesars Atlantic City, including room renovations, new restaurants, a renovated valet lobby entrance and an updated rooftop pool.

“We are delighted to partner with a world-class hospitality brand like Nobu to further elevate the experience at Caesars Atlantic City,” added John Koster, regional president for Caesars Entertainment’s eastern division.

“With its unique blend of luxury accommodations and culinary excellence, Nobu Hotel Atlantic City will position the market as a premier travel destination on the East Coast and illustrates our commitment to offering our guests an unparalleled hospitality experience with exceptional service.”

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