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Robert De Niro, film producer Meir Teper visit Las Vegas to tour Nobu Hotel project


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From left to right, Robert De Niro and Chef Nobu Matsuhisa discuss room design with Caesars Palace Regional President Gary Selesner in the Nobu Hotel space at Caesars Palace.

Chef Nobu Matsuhisa brought actor Robert De Niro and film producer Meir Teper to Las Vegas last week to check on construction of their new boutique hotel inside Caesars.

De Niro and Teper are among shareholders in the Nobu Hotel, set to open this fall. The celebrity partners were in town to look at some of the model rooms with designers from the Rockwell Group and finalize some of the plans.

De Niro autographed one of the construction walls.

Caesars announced in March that it was partnering with Nobu Hospitality to turn the Centurian Tower into the Nobu Hotel, restaurant and lounge. The Nobu brand currently operates 24 restaurants around the world, including one at Hard Rock Hotel, but the venture with Caesars Palace will be its first hotel.

An 11,200-square-foot, 327-seat Nobu restaurant and lounge will be located at the center of the hotel, which will offer 180 rooms.

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