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restaurant chain Nobu has announced it will open its first hotel in Las Vegas, home of strippers, gambling and drunken weddings. The hotel will open in 2013 and if it is anything like the restaurants it will constantly inundated with a host of A listers. The last time we visited the man himself Jay Z was dining in the London outpost of the chain.
The Nobu Hotel, Restaurant and Lounge will be located in the Caesars Palace resort, slap bang in the heart of the craziest city in the world. The hotel will have 180 rooms and 16 suites which will no doubt be very swish – We’re drooling at the thought of the room service menu.

No word on room rates yet but if the restaurants are anything to go by they’ll be pretty steep. After Las Vegas comes Abu Dhabi set to open 2014.