The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is one of the newer hotels in Las Vegas, located right on the Las Vegas Strip, catering to the ‘curious class’.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is comprised of two high-rise towers, East and West, both providing luxury accommodations and amenities such as private terraces to hotel guests.
The attractions within The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas are located throughout the East and West towers of the hotel. There are three different levels of restaurants, bars, shops and nightlife; all of which surround the hotel’s three-story dazzling Chandelier Bar. The lively casino is located on the lobby floor and famous restaurants such as STK, Comme Ca, Blue Ribbon Sushi, and Scott Conant’s Scarpetta are located on the third floor of the hotel.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is also home to Marquee & Marquee Day Club – one of the most popular hot spots in Las Vegas, playing host to several well-known DJs throughout the weekends, Night & Day. If Marquee seems to be too much, don’t worry! There are two other pools within the hotel you can nurse your hangover at, have a little quiet time, and catch some rays.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas features 2,995 hotel rooms, many of which feature their own private terrace; a 110,000 sq ft casino; 300,000 sq ft of retail and restaurant space; a 40,000 sq ft spa and fitness facility; an 1,800 seat theater; and 150,000 sq ft of meeting/convention space. The Cosmopolitan’s 100,000 sq ft casino features views of the Las Vegas Strip. The Pools at the Cosmopolitan features three different types: a relaxing pool, day club pool and nightclub pool.
In 2013, the hotel was rated “The Best Hotel in the World” by Gogobot. On May 15 2014, The Cosmopolitan was sold by sole owner Deutsche Bank to Blackstone Group for $1.73 billion.