Hotel Spotlights

Enjoy Shared Experiences with Nobu Hotels

by Eva Zhu

Nobu Hotels set the stage for shared experiences by pairing the boutique hotel concept with energetic public spaces to create luxurious yet authentic and approachable hotels made for the modern traveler. In celebration of Nobu Hotels joining Kiwi Collection, get to know five of the properties below.

“The restaurants and hotels that bear my name, Nobu, are considered high-end, but they’re not exclusive. I want Nobu to bring smiles to our guests’ faces with the first bite of food, and to give them a place to relax, enjoy good conversation over a great meal and leave happy.”
– Nobu Matsuhisa

Pool with chairs and umbrellas enclosed by hotel buildings Living room with couch, books, computer and wall art, and arched doorway to outside

Nobu Hotel Marbella, Spain

Nobu Hotel Marbella is your sophisticated home in the South of Spain. This chic hotel features sunlit open-concept spaces and expansive terraces. Days here are relaxed, whether spent at the private pool or Six Senses Spa. The evenings are a different story—the Spanish nights come alive at Nobu Marbella, with its high-energy vibe and celebrity aura. A step away is also the lively plaza, and beyond that, the beachfront eateries.

Bedroom with Japanese wallpaper and large windows overlooking Las Vegas at night

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Las Vegas’ Nobu Hotel is hidden in a separate tower inside the famous Caesars Palace. This zen reprieve from The Strip’s never-ending action features Japanese-inspired décor blended in harmony with sleek, modern touches. It’s also home to the world’s largest Nobu Restaurant—spanning 11,200-square-feet of dining space, and the only Nobu stateside to offer teppan tables.

Modern building with unique architecture Modern living room with blue couch, coffee table, TV and closed balcony with curtains

Nobu Hotel Shoreditch, London

Housed in a striking architectural building in East London’s edgy cultural district, Nobu Hotel Shoreditch fits right into the neighborhood with its stylish yet understated luxury. Rooms here feature urban design, akin to a cool friend’s city apartment, with just a hint of Japanese serenity. Onsite is a signature Nobu Restaurant, a welcome addition to Shoreditch’s already established dining scene.

Suite with living room and separate bedroom, plus floor-to-window balcony view of city and tree tops

Nobu Hotel Epiphany Palo Alto

Located in the Silicon Valley tech hub near Stanford University, Nobu Hotel Epiphany is the epitome of downtown business meets laidback Californian. Sustainable design and bright, airy rooms embrace West Coast sensibilities, paired with unmatched views of the city and Santa Cruz mountains. The Nobu Restaurant here features sidewalk dining and a lively bar—it’s the place to be in Palo Alto.

Pool deck with row of loungers and palm trees in the background Corner bedroom with floor-to-ceiling views of the turquoise ocean

Nobu Hotel Miami Beach

Modern architecture harmonizes with the oceanfront at the Nobu Hotel Miami Beach, with its Japanese beach house-inspired design. Holistic wellness is the theme here, with in-room yoga mats and complimentary fitness classes daily. This extends to the dining, where you can enjoy both Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Japanse-fusion cuisine and Malibu Farm’s organic, locally-sourced Californian fare.