Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan resort and casino is located right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip and brings a unique blend of chic design with its multiple towers and top-notch amenities. Wherever you stay at this resort, you'll have great views of the city and neon lights. Guests have the chance to savor distinctive dining experiences as well as three pool areas, and hot gaming action when they're not relaxing in their guestrooms.

Perched at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, the Cosmopolitan Hotel stands boldly between the Bellagio and City Center, but offers its own style. The resort combines 2,995 guestrooms along with residential condos and meeting space. Even if your budget doesn't allow for purchasing real estate on the coolest street in Nevada, you can still enjoy the atmosphere of the Cosmopolitan resort and casino. At 50 stories each, the east and west towers are home to hotel rooms much larger than average, ranging from 610 square feet up to 5,400 square feet. And this doesn't count the three-story bungalows near the pool area. All of the accommodations at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas feature contemporary décor, specially designed by expert David Rockwell. He's best known for his work on Broadway sets and the Kodak Theatre, besides other elegant hotels.

Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino
Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino

When it's time to relax, guests of the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas can enjoy a contemporary retreat filled with modern amenities. The rooms are equipped with flat-screen plasma TVs and entertainment systems, along with wireless Internet access, and technology control panels. Just opening the windows is one of the draws for the rooms here—and with the in-room bar, you can prepare a drink and relax along with soaking in the views. In many of the suites, guests will also find oversized bathrooms large enough to accommodate Japanese-style soaking tubs, marble fixtures, and rain showers.

Beyond the rooms and suites, the Cosmopolitan resort and casino offers a full range of places to enjoy a meal, hang out with Lady Luck, relax your cares away, or dance the night away. The numbers are quite impressive no matter how you figure it—the Cosmopolitan casino covers 100,000 square feet, while the shops and boutiques offer 60,000 square feet of world-class shopping. The towers also house an expansive spa, a salon and heath club, and several night clubs designed by the Tao Group, renowned for managing the hottest clubs in Las Vegas, the Hamptons, and New York City.

No matter the time of day, resort guests and visitors will have the chance to place bets and see if fortune is smiling their way. The Cosmopolitan casino space is another place where visitors can admire the views. With windows that stretch from the floor to the ceiling, the casino floor is an interesting place to visit by day or by night—and completely unique in a city that has traditionally kept windows away from any gambling spaces. Another unique fixture at the Cosmopolitan casino, gaming cabanas bring the gaming close to the pools.

Some of the finest chefs around are operating Las Vegas restaurants at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. Whether you're looking for a casual meal or something special, you'll find a dining experience to suit your tastes. One eatery fuses Chinese and Mexican cuisine, while another specializes in sushi. You'll also find a casual wine bar, a steakhouse, and restaurants led by top chefs from Los Angeles and New York City. The line-up also includes chic bars and lounges designed to draw a crowd.

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