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Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Cosmopolitan

3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (map)
Book by Phone: 1-702-698-7000Give Discount Code 17665

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Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Overview

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This ultra-modern, centrally located hotel casino is the newest edition to Las Vegas strip thanks to Deutche Bank, who took over the mega resort and finished it up, since the money was not an object backed by one of the biggest bank in the world, they made sure to do make it perfect. Cosmopolitan Hotel is already teamed up with Marriott and Ritz Carlton and other marketing promoters from Bellagio. The Cosmopolitan is about doing different that matters. It explore the possibilities tries new things. Keep the ones that work, rethink the ones that don't.

Cosmopolitan Resort have private terrace living including terrace Studios, city rooms, terrace suites and wraparound terrace suites which can be upgraded to premium view. Rooms also features luxury bathrooms with strip view. The main attraction of the property is definitely the pools: There will be three spectacular pools both indoor and outdoor, Boulevard pool Bamboo pool and day club pool. Cosmopolitan didn't forget about fabulous spa as well; Sahra spa and hammam will for those who seek ultimate spa treatment.

Shopping at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas provides another alternatives with its nine unique European retail brands. Also, there will be digital art center at Cosmo, they also promise whole interior itself will be an art gallery itself! Along with room service, guest have quite large dining selections; The Chandelier, Vesper, Book & Stage, Bond are the high end restaurants Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas have.

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas will have the best club in town, Marquee Nightclub promised to blow away all other clubs such as Surrender, XS or Haze. This new mega club will be managed by TAO group, Marquee NYC is already chosen the best club in USA, will see if this will be the fact in Las Vegas since Sin City has the world's most expensive clubs.

It will definitely hurt MGM group because of its location, walking distance from City-center's Aria, Mandarin and Bellagio. No doubt, Harrah's Entertainment will try to buy this property to compete with MGM. Sands cooperation, Wynn and other competitor will eventually bid best they can to own this four billion dollar mega hotel and casino.

Our Rating

rating 5

Price

rating 5

Kids Friendly

rating 2

# of Rooms

2,995 rooms.

Check in

3:00 p.m.

Check out

11:00 a.m.

Parking

Yes.
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Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Amenities

Hotel Amenities

Three pools, Convention space, Spa & hammam, Restaurants, Casino, Shopping, Bars and nightclub, Sports book, art gallery, concierge service.

Room Amenities

Standart room includes 2 queen-size beds, 460 sq. ft. studio, Large, luxurious bathroom with marble floors, Flat Screen TV, High-speed wireless Internet access, Advanced in-room technology.

Casino & Sports Book

Slot machines, Poker room, Baccarat, Blackjack, Craps, Casino War, Roulette, European Roulette, Pai Gow.

Restaurants & Bars

Marquee nightclub, The Chandelier bar, Vesper bar, Book & Stage sports book, Bond performance space.

Entertainment

Day club Pool, Boulevard Pool, Bamboo Pool, Marquee Nightclub, Art gallery, Sahra Hammam.

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Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Reviews

Overall Rating: based on 2 reviews
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  • Leigh D.

    centrally located

    It is the newest casino on the strip opening Dec. 15, 2010. It is centrally located (between City Center and Bellagio). It is going to have Vegas's biggest nightclub, 3 pools on the roof overlooking the strip and there are a dozen restaurants to choose from. It is going to be very different, hip and contemporary, catering to a younger 25-40 year old crowd

  • John M.

    One Great spot!

    THE CHANDELIER: A multi-story cocktail haven veiled in millions of sparkling crystals. Located in the heart of the casino floor, it houses three unique bar experiences—high energy hotspot, sophisticated cocktail haven and inviting lounge. The Bottom of The Chandelier will be open 24 hours. The Inside of The Chandelier where guests will experience the ultimate in cutting edge mixology will be open from 4pm to 4am. The Top of The Chandelier, easily accessible from the retail floor and an enticing respite for weary shoppers, will be open from 11am to 11pm.

    CASINO CABANAS: Located in the Boulevard Casino, these semi-private gaming areas are first in kind. Part exclusive social atmosphere, part great gaming, guests can have a more intimate gaming experience yet still be in the center of it all. The seven casino cabanas are surrounded by braided curtains with red and gold fringe, feature either blackjack or various slot games, and include televisions. The blackjack tables also feature plush couches and credenzas. They will be open to the public or available for reservation. Details of the reservation process are still being determined.

    LOBBY COLUMNS: One-of-a-kind video art has been created for The Cosmopolitan and will be shown on the lobby columns. It will change from hour to hour and day to day. For example, one day guests might walk in and see the lobby transformed into a library with each of the columns acting as a bookshelf housing hundreds of books. The next time guests enter they may witness couples engaged in a spectacular ballroom dance, appearing to seamlessly move across the lobby floor from one column to the next.

    FORNASETTI WALLPAPER: A cheeky and unexpected surprise for guests as they open their closet doors in their rooms.

    MINI-BAR BINOCULARS: Room mini-bar trays will include a pair of binoculars that encourage guests to look out and take in the views. Stashed in stylish and subtly branded eco-cloth bags, this clever form of in-room entertainment doubles as a souvenir. Binoculars will function like other mini-bar items, i.e., they will be considered purchased by a guest when they have been removed from the mini-bar tray for a designated period of time. Price of the binoculars is still being determined.

    P3 STUDIO: The home of The Cosmopolitan's artist-in-residence program. Located at P3 Commons across from Blue Ribbon and next to Milos, this part-gallery/part-work space has been designed to allow guests to interact with a rotating set of artists who will live on property and work out of the space. We will collaborate with a broad range of artists from Fab Five Freddy doing crystals on canvas to an interactive artwork based manicure. Artists will likely rotate on a month to month basis. The space will be divided into two sections--guests can browse and purchase art in the gallery side and visit with the artist and watch him/her work in the studio side. Hours of operation are still being determined; however, the gallery will likely have extended hours so that guests can wander through this space even when the artist is not working.

    LED ART IN BOND: Created by acclaimed light artist Leo Villareal. Leo Villareal is known for his extraordinary light displays that bridge the world of contemporary and digital art.