Adele ‘will stay at £30k-per-night Nobu Villa during her Las Vegas residency’

Adele will allegedly live at a £30,000-per-night suite in Las Vegas during her upcoming concert residency, held at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

The singer, 34, has reportedly been provided the luxurious accommodation at Nobu Villa – part of Nobu Hotel – free of charge, but it would usually cost up to £2.7million for the three months of her stay.

At 10,300-square-feet, the Japanese-inspired rooftop ‘mini-home’ boasts three bedrooms as well as a barbecue pit and a Zen garden with a whirlpool, which all overlooks the strip.

Wow! Adele will allegedly live at a £30,000-per-night suite in Las Vegas during her upcoming concert residency, held at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace (pictured in July 2022)

A source told The Sun: ‘Adele is being served up the most astonishing VIP package of any artist.

‘She will be able to order food from any Caesars restaurant, as well as have a booze cabinet filled with all her desired tipples.’

Furthermore, Adele travel to Sin City from her Beverly Hills mansion via private jet and private chauffeurs, it has been claimed.

MailOnline has contacted Adele’s representatives for comment.

Eye-popping: The singer, 34, has reportedly been provided the luxurious accommodation at Nobu Villa - part of Nobu Hotel - free of charge

Eye-popping: The singer, 34, has reportedly been provided the luxurious accommodation at Nobu Villa – part of Nobu Hotel – free of charge

Jaw-dropping: It would usually cost up to £2.7million for the three months of her stay, but the star has landed the rooms for free as part of her Vegas residency

Jaw-dropping: It would usually cost up to £2.7million for the three months of her stay, but the star has landed the rooms for free as part of her Vegas residency

Incredible: At 10,300-square-feet, the Japanese-inspired rooftop 'mini-home' boasts three bedrooms as well as a barbecue pit and a Zen garden with a whirlpool, which overlooks the strip

Incredible: At 10,300-square-feet, the Japanese-inspired rooftop ‘mini-home’ boasts three bedrooms as well as a barbecue pit and a Zen garden with a whirlpool, which overlooks the strip

During a recent interview with Elle, Adele was keen to discuss what she called ‘the worst moment in my career’ after she canceled her initial Vegas residency.

The superstar had been set to open her Weekends with Adele show back in January but canceled in an emotional video message to her fans at the last minute.

Adele tearfully told fans, many of whom were already in Sin City at the time, several different reasons behind her pushing back the residency. ‘My show ain’t ready,’ she said.

‘We’ve tried absolutely everything that we can to put it together in time, and for it to be good enough for you. But we’ve been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and COVID.’

Woohoo!  Furthermore, Adele travel to Sin City from her Beverly Hills mansion via private jet and private chauffeurs, it has been claimed (pictured in February 2022)

Woohoo! Furthermore, Adele travel to Sin City from her Beverly Hills mansion via private jet and private chauffeurs, it has been claimed (pictured in February 2022)

'Mortified': During a recent interview, Adele was keen to discuss what she called 'the worst moment in my career' after she canceled her initial Vegas residency

‘Mortified’: During a recent interview, Adele was keen to discuss what she called ‘the worst moment in my career’ after she canceled her initial Vegas residency

After rescheduled dates for the gig were leaked, the singer took to Instagram last month to finally confirm the show will start in November as she thanked fans for their ‘patience’.

Adele’s Vegas residency in numbers

24 – shows she was due to perform

4,100 – seats in the Colosseum

$1.5 million-$2.2 million – expected in ticket sales per performance

$685,000 – Adele’s paycheck per performance

$220 million – how much the singer is worth

$85 – cost of the cheapest ticket, before fees

$30,000 – how many tickets were changing hands for online

five – years since Adele has given a public concert

‘It was the worst moment in my career, by far,’ she told Elle of her decision to cancel. ‘By far. I was so excited about those shows. It was devastating.’

She explained with just hours to go before her debut date, that she just wasn’t satisfied with the show.

‘There was just no soul in it. The stage setup wasn’t right. It was very disconnected from me and my band, and it lacked intimacy. And maybe I tried too hard to give it those things in such a controlled environment.’

It was previously reported that the delays were down to the singer being displeased with the set design, particularly over a swimming pool erected in the middle of the stage.

Of the backlash she faced from fans, many of whom had splurged thousands on flights and accommodation to see the star, Adele admitted ‘the first couple of months were really, really hard. I was embarrassed.’

‘But it actually made my self-confidence in myself grow, because it was a very brave thing to do. And I don’t think many people would have done what I did. I’m very proud of myself for standing by my artistic needs.’

Insiders in the Caesars Palace camp told TMZ in May that the resort and Live Nation had to arrive at a workable arrangement with the singer within a month in order for the show to go forward.

Rich, a top-flight sports agent, had apparently entered the negotiations on the show, which is allegedly projected to make $150 million.

The sources said that Adele had multiple bones of contention about the show, including but not limited to the choir and the sound system.

Caesars insiders also cited a disagreement over a swimming pool that was meant to be part of the concert set.

In April, Adele reportedly fired her creative team and hired a whole new one in a bid to help save her postponed residency.

She is understood to have split with the creative team behind the residency and instead drafted in Take That’s creative expert to take the reins.

The star called her revamped plans for the 32 concert dates, which run from November 18, 2022 to March 25, 2023. ‘nostalgic’ teasing that the shows will tell the story of her career.

‘It’s gonna be really beautiful,’ she mused to Elle, adding that they will be plenty of her trademark interaction with the audience, quipping: ‘I haven’t got any bullet points, obviously, when I talk. That’s why my shows are so erratic. One time I gave, like, an hour speech about an aquarium!’

‘I think I’m right to do it right now,’ she said of the residency. ‘I know I’m not, like, 60 years old and I haven’t got 20 albums under my belt. But I think my music will work in a show in Vegas.’

Uh-oh: The superstar had been set to open her Weekends with Adele show back in January but canceled in an emotional video message to her fans at the last minute (pictured in February 2022)

Uh-oh: The superstar had been set to open her Weekends with Adele show back in January but canceled in an emotional video message to her fans at the last minute (pictured in February 2022)

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