Nobu Hotel Orlando to Offer Luxury Accommodations in Orange County, FL

Nobu Hotel Orlando is a new development slated for Orlando, Florida. The venture is a partnership between actor Robert DeNiro, film producer Meir Teper, and Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa.

The hotel could open in 2025, per GrowthSpotter. The venture’s website reports that the resort will comprise 300 rooms (including eight villas) and 50 “stylish” homes. At this time, the cost of renting a room is not available. Yet, similarly-styled hotels in the area charge over $1,000 per night.

The venture is slated for Orlando, FL. The hotel’s renderings are not available at this time.

Amenities comprise conference areas, meeting space, and an on-site Nobu restaurant. The hotel sits on a 50-acre site, and AIC Hotel Group (Nobu’s parent company) acquired the site for $32.75 million in 2018.

Sources report that construction could start on the venture in May 2023. They also report that as of October 13, 2022, the venture was in its conceptual design phase. Nobu Hotel Orlando could cost around $75 million to complete.

Nobu Hospitality owns the venture. Based in New York, the organization presently has 14 hotels under the Nobu banner in the U.S. It describes its accommodations as “modern cool luxury and minimal Japanese tradition into the concept of a lifestyle hotel.” Nobu Hotel Orland’s exact address hasn’t been disclosed. However, it’s slated for Orlando, Florida, 32801, in Orange County.

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