Hailed as Malibu’s best-kept secret, Nobu Ryokan has certainly made a splash on the Californian coastline. Simple, chic, yet indulgent in luxury, Nobu Ryokan makes you feel like you’ve woken up in paradise.
Renovated from the 1950’s Casa Malibu motel, the clear linear forms of the hotel’s exterior is combined with a unique blend of Japanese hospitality and coastal serenity. Enjoy the blissful sounds of the Pacific Ocean waves crashing as you are encouraged to drift off to sleep in your luxury guest room, and with only sixteen custom guest suites, each is distinctive and oneof-a-kind.
With perfect design features, including ensuite fireplaces, sweeping skylights, private decks and thoughtful design to offer you peace, privacy and ease while relaxing at Nobu Ryokan. Nobu Ryokan Malibu is the first of the Nobu Ryokan Collection, a showcase of individual and exclusive retreats located in exotic destinations and gateway cities.
Nobu Ryokan guests seek luxurious sanctuaries in discerning environments. These hideaway retreats offer distinctive service and luxury products each set with an authentic Ryokan inspired style. The masterful combination of Nobu’s unique style of artistry and global luxury comes to the fore at Nobu Ryokan Malibu.
Globally loved by a powerful international clientele, the elegance of the California coastline encompasses the feeling of Omotenashi, the Japanese art of hospitality. Combined by architects Studio PCH, Montabla Architects and designers TAL Studios merge the minimalist aesthetic of traditional Japanese inns with the cool elegance of the California shore.
Partnered by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Larry Ellison of Oracle and actor, director, producer and two-time Academy Award winner Robert de Niro, you know you have arrived in paradise.