Las Vegas

With more than 10,000 square feet of space, the villa atop the Nobu Hotel, shown in this artist's rendering, may become the most stylish venue on the Las Vegas Strip. (Rockwell Group)

Nobu, the boutique hotel-within-a-hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, is about to get even more stylish -- if that's possible -- when Nobu Villa opens atop it next year.

The 10,300-square-foot Nobu Villa will crown the 181-room Nobu hotel, which is housed inside Caesar's Palace.

The views from Nobu Villa will include Las Vegas' various resorts and the High Roller, one of the world’s tallest Ferris wheels that's being built directly across Las Vegas Boulevard.

Unlike other ultra-private villas in Vegas designated for high rollers and other invited guests, Nobu Villa will be available to anyone whose pockets are deep enough (prices haven’t been announced).

The villa is expected to appeal to those seeking an exclusive venue for convention functions and parties. A 4,700-square-foot outdoor terrace is part of the package. The space will, of course, be available for overnight lodging.

Like the hotel, the villa was conceptualized and designed by architect David Rockwell.