The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Since opening in 2010, the Cosmopolitan’s unique brand of contemporary glamour has set it apart from many of Sin City’s older casino hotels. The trendsetting hotel’s sleek spa and world-class restaurants draw a stylish crowd of hip high-rollers.
The Cosmopolitan has so many restaurants that guests could dine at a different outlet almost every mealtime for a week. Innovative menus feature freshly-prepared dishes from around the world, including Spain, Greece, Italy and Japan. American cuisine is also taken seriously here – tuck into sumptuous burgers and boozy milkshakes at Holsteins, gourmet comfort food at Blue and Ribbon, reinvented classics at Rose. Rabbit. Lie., and homestyle desserts at Milk Bar.
Chill-out in a stylish private cabana at one of the three pool areas: the Chelsea Pool offers a tranquil retreat from the excitement of the Strip, the Boulevard Pool is a vibrant social hub with upbeat live music and weekly movie nights, and the adult-only Marquee Dayclub Pool is an extension of the resort’s nightclub where you can soak up pulsating party vibes. The sumptuous Sahra Spa & Hammam offers Morrocan-inspired wellness rituals, while active types can work-out in two fitness centres or enjoy a game of tennis. Indulge in a spot of retail therapy at the hotel’s boutiques, which include bespoke diamond jeweller Jason of Beverly Hills, and glam-up for an evening at the lavish marble-floored casino.
Terrace Suites feature fantastic views of the city’s skyline from an oversized private terrace. Warmly decorated with whimsical wallpaper and arty touches, each suite boasts a master bedroom with king-size bed, two large marble-floored bathrooms (one with bubbler tub and powder room), a spacious living room, dining area and modern kitchen with fridge, microwave, oven and stove. Guests can enjoy the latest in-room technology, including a plasma-screen TV with access to Netflix.