Nobu Hospitality has announced new hotels in 2 popular locations: Orlando, Florida, and Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.
Here’s what you need to know!
Nobu Set To Expand in North America
Nobu Hospitality, which operates high-end hotels and restaurants around the world, announced a deal with RCD Hotels for 2 hotels and branded residences in Orlando, Florida, and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Located on the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic, the Nobu Hotel Punta Cana will feature 200 guest rooms and suites, 12 villas, a Nobu restaurant, and 50 Nobu residences. The property is slated to open in 2025.
The Nobu Hotel Orlando, also slated to open in 2025, will be located “just moments” from theme parks and other area attractions. The resort will have 300 rooms, 8 villas, a Nobu restaurant, 50 residences, and meeting and event space.
“We are pleased to continue our thriving partnership with Nobu Hospitality with the introduction of these exciting new destinations to our existing Nobu Hotels’ portfolio in Mexico, Chicago, and Miami Beach,” said Roberto Chapur, RCD Hotels president.
“The expansion into the Caribbean, a region where RCD Hotels has seen much success, is a pivotal move for Nobu Hospitality and we are delighted to be collaborating with them on this project,” the statement continued.
Nobu hasn’t released many details on the new properties (nor any renderings) but we can expect both hotels to be luxurious — and on the pricier side. For instance, a night at the Nobu Hotel in Los Cabos, Mexico, can cost as much as $650 per night for summer dates.
These upcoming hotels represent the fourth and fifth collaborations between Nobu and RCD Hotels. Other properties include:
The Nobu Los Cabos Residences is scheduled for completion next year and will feature 60 units situated next to the hotel that will overlook a golf course.
The Nobu hospitality brand was founded in 1994 and has over a dozen hotels in destinations like Ibiza, Spain; London, United Kingdom; and Malibu, California. The brand also has 50 restaurants, featuring Japanese cuisine and an impressive drink menu, located in global hotspots like the Bahamas, Dubai, New York, and Tokyo.
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This is exciting news, particularly for fans of the chic Nobu brand. We don’t have many details at this point, but we’ll be sure to update you as we learn more in the coming months.
If Nobu’s existing properties are any indication, these new hotels should be an instant hit among guests!
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