As one of the newest resorts on the Strip, The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas has unquestionably raised the bar for hotels around the world when it comes to elegance and style. The hotel is made of two towers of luxury rooms and suites featuring every amenity and world-class service. Aside from the fully-equipped casino and designer shops, there are also a wide array of nightlife and dining options that are designed to keep you well-entertained and well-fed through the duration of your stay.
Large-scale art installations and modern edge can be found in the casino and hotel lobby. Huge chandeliers and ornate detailing will definitely leave you feeling like some of that old-school Vegas glamour is still around as you check out the blackjack and craps tables, as well as the roulette wheels and other table games. The Race & Sports Book has plenty of seating and great views of the wall of screens, making it a choice spot for placing your bets and catching all of the weekend sports action.
The hotel has a great selection of rooms and suites to choose from, for everything from a weekend getaway for two to a group retreat or extended stay. Thanks to the enviable location in the most central section of Las Vegas Boulevard, the rooms here tend to have fantastic views of the Strip or the mountains that surround the city.
The City Room is bright and welcoming, with two queen-sized bed and a spacious bathroom with marble floors and a roomy shower. There’s also a seating area with a table and a writing desk if you need to get some business done. Perfect for singles or small parties in town for a couple of days, the City Room is a great base for all of your Las Vegas adventures.
If you’d like to feel more like you’re in your own place during your vacation, check out the Terrace Studio at The Cosmopolitan instead. With your choice of one king- or two queen-sized beds, as well as a kitchenette and a large bathroom, this suite offers a fantastic place to call home. Even better, a 110-square foot terrace is the ideal spot for enjoying your morning coffee or taking in the lights and the sights of the Strip before turning in for the evening.
For even more space and the luxury of a Japanese deep-soaking tub in the bathroom, you can book a Terrace One-Bedroom Suite. It comes with a bigger seating area and a king-sized bed in order to provide you with the room to entertain or host a small meeting. Telescoping doors allow for the bedroom area to be separated from the living space, offering more privacy and better function.
With a bigger outdoor terrace that offers panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline, the Cosmopolitan Terrace Suite is perfect if you really want to enjoy the beauty of this shimmering desert city to the fullest extent possible. Both the living area and the bedroom have sliding glass door-access to the balcony, providing gorgeous views from inside the room as well. A comfortable dining nook is tucked in next to the kitchenette and there is an extra guest bathroom near the entry to the suite for convenience and even more privacy when entertaining.
The Wraparound Terrace Suite, meanwhile, has tons of room both indoors and out. It has a living room and a separate dining room and the kitchenette has bar seating, making it all the more comfortable for hosting groups for work or pleasure. The terrace truly does wrap around the corner of The Cosmopolitan, which means that you get amazing views of neighboring properties like Bellagio to the north and CityCenter Las Vegas to the south.
The Lanai Suite is a two-story treat for the senses. On the first floor, you’ll find a living room, a galley kitchen and a dining area, along with a 300-square foot outdoor terrace that is totally private and home to a heated plunge pool. In some Lanai Suites, there’s even a gated entrance to the hotel’s ultra-tranquil Bamboo Pool. From the living room, a staircase leads to the master suite on the second floor. With double-story windows to maximize the views, a projection TV and a luxurious king-sized bed, this is one space that you’ll never want to leave.
In the Cosmopolitan Two-Bedroom City Suite, guests can enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows and plush surroundings that will serve as the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the casino and clubs. The master bedroom has a king-sized bed, while the second bedroom has two queen-sized beds, making this the ideal option for a family. Both are attached to spacious bathrooms and there’s a powder room near the front of the suite for visitors. With a dining area and desks in each bedroom for work, the Two-Bedroom City Suite is also suitable for business meetings and convention-goers.
If the focus of your stay will be entirely on business, you’ll definitely want to check into one of The Cosmopolitan’s Reception Suites. It has over 1000-square feet of space and a dining table that can seat up to eight people comfortably. A full-size bed can be folded away when not in use, and the marble bathroom has an oversized shower. A refrigerator and a microwave only add to the useful nature of this unique hotel space.
The Las Vegas Bungalows are the ultimate in exclusive Vegas suites. The three-floors are designed with luxury and privacy in mind, resulting in a secluded getaway spot that is truly like no other. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out on the Marquee Dayclub at the pool and an intimate patio features comfortable seating and spectacular views. On the first floor, a media lounge is where you’ll discover the latest technology for your entertainment, while the second floor is dedicated to the master suite, including a lounge area, vanity and boudoir. Marble flooring is just one of the decadent features of the bathroom, where there is also a double shower and an infinity bathtub for relaxing. The third floor is an oversized terrace that has a kitchenette and wet bar, a heated plunge pool and seating so that you can enjoy the sun or the stars.
Finally, for the height of luxury, there are the West End Penthouses at The Cosmopolitan. These suites are sure to set new standards for you when it comes to luxury, service and elegant style. They range in size from 2400 to 3700-square feet and all feature one-of-a-kind touches that make each penthouse special in its own right. There are two- or three-bedroom suites available and all of them have dramatic views, wet bars, kitchenettes and living areas. The personal Butler Service that comes with a reservation in a West End Penthouse only adds to the overall pampered feeling that a stay in these suites is sure to bestow.
Pools at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
There are three distinctive pool areas at The Cosmopolitan, including the Boulevard Pool, the Bamboo Pool and Marquee Dayclub. The Boulevard Pool looks out over the Strip and is a high-energy spot with a casual atmosphere, making it the perfect place for families. At the Bamboo Pool, a relaxed vibe reigns throughout the more secluded gathering areas, ensuring that you emerge feeling totally refreshed and rejuvenated. The Marquee Dayclub is the place to go if you’re looking for a party. It feels like a lounge through the daylight hours and at night it becomes an extension of the popular Marquee nightclub.
If you’re up for a spa experience while in Vegas, you won’t do any better than The Cosmopolitan in-house Sahra Spa & Hamman. It’s been recognized as one of the top spas in the country and is based on a holistic approach to health, beauty and overall well-being. At the Violet Hour Salon meanwhile, you’ll receive the services of some of the most highly-skilled hairstylists, colorists and make-up artists in the business.
Bars and Dining Options
Guests at The Cosmopolitan will also enjoy an array of restaurants to choose from, with enough options to make every meal an adventure. Fine dining restaurants like Comme Ça, Jaleo and Scarpetta are just right for a special occasion, while casual eateries from the Overlook Grill to the Wicked Spoon will provide you with fantastic dishes on an everyday basis.
If you’d rather have a pre-show or post-dinner cocktail, there’s no shortage of bars and lounges at The Cosmopolitan where you can whet your whistle. The Chandelier offers three different settings for imbibing in the latest cocktails, while Book & Stage has a diverse selection of craft bottled beers and watching the game on one of the large-screen TVs and Vesper Bar is an elegant tribute to the drink that was created by James Bond.
Once you’ve enjoyed your dinner, it’s time to decide on what your entertainment for the evening will be. Whether you decide to hit the Cosmopolitan Casino, take in a show or head to the club, there’s no reason for you to leave the property, since The Cosmopolitan offers something for everyone. See the latest bands at the Chelsea, an 1800-seat theatre with incredible acoustics and not a bad seat in the house. There’s also an ongoing series of events at the Bond, the hotel’s more intimate venue that features free shows with some of the hottest up-and-coming DJ’s working today.
If a megaclub is more your style, head to Marquee and enjoy both the people-watching and the fun of being watched. This nightclub is routinely recognized for going above and beyond in its service and showmanship, so you can count on having a night that you won’t soon forget when you visit this popular hotspot. Rose.Rabbit.Lie… is a modern supper club that promises guests a more communal event and freedom from the rules of convention. For anyone who wants to try something new, this totally uncommon social club provides the perfect time and place to do it.
With so many amenities that you can’t find anywhere else in Las Vegas- outdoor terraces, multi-level suites, and a choice of pool settings, just to name a few- The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas has quickly made a name for itself in this city of world-class resorts. There’s a good chance that you’ll discover a whole new side to a city that you only thought you knew.
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