Situated just south of the Bellagio on the west side of the Las Vegas Strip, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, popularly known as The Cosmopolitan or The Cosmo is a luxury resort casino and hotel in Las Vegas.
Unlike most hotels in Sin City, you can expect a truly different and wicked experience at The Cosmopolitan.
The resort consists of two high-rise towers that blend arty sophistication with comfortable elegance for a luxurious and one of a kind experience.
The Cosmopolitan delivers outstanding accommodations, stellar service and the unique edge and technology you crave. The beautiful property holds 2995 spacious, urban-inspired, air-conditioned rooms and suites starting at 460 square feet.
Cosmos well-appointed rooms feature minibars, pillow top beds that come with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets, flat-screen TVs, luxurious bathrooms with marble floors, soaking tubs, stand-alone showers and of course, its most appealing aspect the open air private terraces with doors you can really open.
Other distinguishing characteristics of many of the hotel’s rooms are the kitchenette and the plush and comfortable couches.
The hotel’s smallest rooms are the City rooms followed by the Terrace Suites and the warm and welcoming Terrace Studio with breathtaking views. The Cosmopolitan’s Bungalows feature outdoor bars, private Jacuzzi and secluded veranda like patios that will give you a taste of its poolside luxury.
The West End Penthouses will truly change your vision of luxury living with one of the two or three bedroom suites.
All of the hotel’s rooms feature state-of-the-art technology that allows you to pre-set ambiences including the music, temperature and lighting. You can even book your dinner and spa reservations via the TV – now that’s high tech.
While the comforts of the hotel’s guest rooms might make it hard for you to ever leave, there are three magnificent outdoor swimming pools with distinct atmospheres for you to relax your travel-weary muscles.
Located on the East Deck is the Boulevard Pool, which offers music, daybeds, lounge chairs, and occasional live entertainment and views of The Strip. For a more laidback experience you have the Bamboo Pool with lots of umbrellas and lounge chairs.
For the best option, you can pair your lounge with a massage by the pool. For some adult only pool action, the Day Club Pool offers a lounge-like atmosphere with infinity pools, cabanas, and at night, it is the extension of the nightclub.
At Sahra you can fully relax and enjoy a world of unique experiences with soothing treatments from the holistic spa menu, including a range of massage, hair treatments, reflexology, facials, exfoliation, body scrubs, and baths.
The spa’s 40,000 square foot facility features one of the only public hammams in town. It also includes a beauty salon, barber shop and a men’s and women’s lounge with their own cold mist room, steam room, wet lounge, sauna and vitality pool.
For some high-end shopping, you are in a great location as the hotel has over 60,000 square feet of eclectic shopping from the U.S. and around the world.
Since Las Vegas is a 24-hour town, it should come as no surprise that The Cosmopolitan has its own day and night club, the Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub, which has eight Grand Cabanas, a rooftop patio and some of the best DJs from around the world. Rose. Rabbit. Lie. is the hotel’s new nightclub concept which comprises of three bars, a restaurant and live entertainment.
Food and Drink
The Cosmopolitan is a food lovers’ heaven. There is a slate of restaurants offering their own unique flair and hospitality that you can experience. For your favorite chops, fillets and sushi, Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill’s menu offers an opulent array of dramatically prepared dishes.
China Poblano offers a fusion of noodles, tacos, Chinese and Mexican cuisines. The Henry serves up classic American favorites, while Scarpetta serves modern Italian cuisine and the high end Italian wine bar D.O.C.G. serves pizza, pasta, steaks and chops.
There is even a buffet called Wicked Spoon. You can also enjoy The Cosmopolitan’s world-class cuisine from the comfort of your room with room service.
Six distinctive lounges and bars serve up high-energy style and sophisticated cocktails. Visit the elegant new lounge, The Chandelier for some relaxed fun; Queue Bar offers an original take on gaming and cocktails; and Vesper Bar serves cocktails mixed with style and grace.
The sports bar and lounge, Book & Stage provides gaming and a diverse mix of spirits; Bond offers chic cocktails and live music; while The Neapolitan of Las Vegas is available for a completely different exhilarating bar experience.
If you are in a playful mood and are feeling lucky, there is a 100,000 square foot casino with beautiful views of the Las Vegas Strip. The Cosmopolitan’s casino is impressive both in its size and technology.
The hotel breaks the casino hotel archetype and is equipped with every gambling technology possible. The casino is all games and features everything from gaming cabanas, blackjack, craps and baccarat to Spanish 21, roulette and all types of poker games.
The casino has its own Race & Sports Book for a unique sports betting experience. And if you stay around long enough you will find games you have never heard of. There is also a wide variety of slot machines, video poker and more to enhance your gaming experience at the casino.
A Final Word
Whether you stay at The Cosmopolitan or not, there is no denying that the hotel offers true opulence comfort on Las Vegas’ verifiable entertainment hub. With an atmosphere of hyper-reality, the hotel serves as a relaxing spot for travelers looking for a little bit of balance in their life.
Plus the convenient location on the Strip combined with the variety of guestrooms and suites with breath taking splendor and amenities will tempt you to quit your job and never return home.