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In-room dining at Nobu Hotel in Caesars Palace is not, in fact, priced that high compared with many other dining options on the Strip. It doesn’t even compare in price with the $688 per person, seven-course Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Omakase downstairs in Nobu Restaurant (including Wagyu and foie gras, Gyoza A5 Miyazaki Ribeye, and truffle teriyaki-Wagyu fried rice). That is not to say you can’t get spendy; the High Roller bento box on the in-room menu costs $288 and comes with lobster wasabi, Wagyu steak and sushi. To dine in-room most extravagantly, book one of the Nobu suites with their own sushi counters for a visit from a Nobu sushi chef.

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Nobu In-Room Dining

In-room dining at Nobu Hotel in Caesars Palace is not, in fact, priced that high compared with many other dining options on the Strip. It doesn’t even compare in price with the $688 per person, seven-course Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Omakase downstairs in Nobu Restaurant (including Wagyu and foie gras, Gyoza A5 Miyazaki Ribeye, and truffle teriyaki-Wagyu fried rice). That is not to say you can’t get spendy; the High Roller bento box on the in-room menu costs $288 and comes with lobster wasabi, Wagyu steak and sushi. To dine in-room most extravagantly, book one of the Nobu suites with their own sushi counters for a visit from a Nobu sushi chef.