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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | Introduction & Booking


The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (commonly referred to simply as The Cosmopolitan or The Cosmo) is a luxury resort casino and hotel on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The resort is located just south of the Bellagio on the west side of Las Vegas Boulevard.


The Cosmopolitan consists of two highrise towers, the Boulevard Tower and the Chelsea Tower, both of which are 184 meters (603 ft) tall.The $3.9 billion project features 3,027 rooms, a 110,000 sq ft (10,000 m2) casino, 300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2) of retail and restaurant space, a 40,000 sq ft (3,700 m2) spa and fitness facility, a 3,200-seat theater, and 150,000 sq ft (14,000 m2) of meeting and convention space.


In 2013, the hotel was rated "The Best Hotel in the World" by Gogobot. In 2015, the resort was named to the Condé Nast Traveller Gold List as one of the "Top Hotels in the World".


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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | Room introduction


Room TypeRoom Size
City Two Queen Room42-43m²
Terrace King Studio57-58m²
Terrace One Bedroom57m²
Two Queen Studio with Terrace58m²
Terrace King Studio Fountain View57-58m²
Terrace Suite100m²
Wraparound Terrace Suite111m²

City Two Queen Room

City Two Queen Room


Terrace King Studio

Terrace King Studio


Two Queen Studio with Terrace

Two Queen Studio with Terrace


Terrace King Studio Fountain View

Terrace King Studio Fountain View


Wraparound Terrace Suite

Wraparound Terrace Suite


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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | Amenities


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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | Restaurant


The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas boasts for its various restaurants in and around the building. Some of the hotels are listed behind while you can check the complete list on Restaurant Collection.


RestaurantTypeFeatures
SUPERFRICOItalian American PsychedelicWhen Spiegelworld, the carnies behind Las Vegas’s most excellent entertainments—Atomic Saloon Show, OPIUM and Absinthe—debuts its first-ever dining, cocktail and live entertainment caper, well...you don’t wanna miss it.
HOLSTEINSElite BurgersHolsteins offers deliciously crafted burgers, riffs on traditional American snacks, a wide selection of craft and draft beers, and a list of signature Bam-Boozled, alcohol-infused milkshakes.
JALEOSpanish tapasThe award-winning Jaleo brings excitement, spectacle, and the authentic flavors of Spanish cuisine to Las Vegas.
BLUE RIBBONAmericanMaster chefs and restaurateurs Eric and Bruce Bromberg bring a new version of their award-winning food lovers’ heaven to The Cosmopolitan.

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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | Show


Currently, the production troop Spiegelworld is performing the show Opium. This is an adults-only show that takes place on a spaceship called OPM 73 with a destination of Uranus. The crew performs several acts of unique feats and superhuman abilities loosely tied together while on the journey. The audience sits around a stage that elevates and falls throughout the performance and solicits participation from select members of the audience. There is a bar available prior to the start of the show and there are no intermissions during the performance.


The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | Transportation

  • Airports
    • McCarran International Airport 7,1 km
    • Boulder City Municipal Airport 44.5km
  • Railway Stations
    • Las Vegas Convention Center Monorail Station 7.5km

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | Nearby Attractions

  • The Ice Rink at The Cosmopolitan 5m
  • The Chelsea 139m
  • Rodney Lough Jr. - Wilderness Collections Gallery 163m
  • Ilusion Mental 163m
  • Sahra Spa at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas 181m
  • Opium by Spiegelworld 222m
  • Planet Hollywood Spa by Mandara 245m
  • Frankie Moreno 'Under the Influence' 247m
  • Aussie Heat 249m
  • BeatleShow 450m
  • Las Vegas Strip 4.5km

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | Location


Location: 3708 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, 89109, Nevada, United States


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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas | FAQs


Q1. When was the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas build?

A1: The resort opened on December 15, 2010.


Q2. Who owns the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas?
A2: The Cosmopolitan, which opened in 2010, ran into financial trouble during its construction in the midst of the Great Recession. Owner Deutsche Bank AG, which built the property for $3.9 billion, sold it to Blackstone in 2014 for $1.73 billion.


Q3. How many rooms does the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas have?

A3: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has 3027 rooms in total.


Q4. Which rooms at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas have a view of the fountains at bellagio?

A4: You can enjoy the best view of the fountains at bellagio at Terrace King Studio Fountain View. Book Terrace King Studio Fountain View right now.


Q5. How to book a suite at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas?

A5: You can book suite on Trip.com with most convenient one-stop service and best deals. Book the Cosmo Suite now!

Q6. What kind of mattresses do they use at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas?

A6: Cosmopolitan appoints guestrooms with a custom-built Serta mattress called the Perfect Sleeper Grand Chateau which will set you back $1750 for a king.

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