Live the luxe life at the Nobu Villa

Want to roll like a high roller? If you just hit Megabucks or happen to have a spare $35,000 (per night), you can stay in the Nobu Villa at the Nobu Hotel inside Caesars Palace.

The 10,300-square-foot villa, designed by Rockwell Group, features a 4,700-square-foot outdoor terrace with a barbecue, bar, lounge chairs, whirlpool, ping pong table and oh yeah — an amazing view of the Strip.

Inside the three-bedroom villa you’ll find a gorgeous entryway filled with art, a sushi bar, game room, billiards table, a massage room, sauna, private elevator…the list goes on.

This is where we want to have our next party. And pretty much every party after that.


It’s not that warm in Minnesota. I know this from spending half my life freezing in the northern part of the state. So 20 years ago, I decided to thaw out and traded in scarves and mittens for tank tops and flip-flops (Take that, polar vortex!). I swapped snow for 300 days of sun a year. I may not have been born here, but there are hotels that haven’t lasted in Vegas as long as I have. The Sands, Hacienda, Aladdin, Desert Inn and the Stardust too. I've been to my fair share of implosion parties. (Yeah, that’s a thing.) As a writer for, I've applauded hundreds of shows, explored every major hotel in town and raised a few glasses at most of the city's bars and clubs. Now I'm the resident foodie here. I write about all things dining — from $3.99 shrimp cocktail at the Golden Gate to the finest sushi at Nobu, and everything in between.