The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: An Urban Oasis

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At the intersection of art, life, and magic, The Chandelier Level houses three unique experiences: a high-energy hot spot, a sophisticated cocktail haven, and an inviting lounge.

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The Cosmopolitan is a modern luxury resort and casino that dares to be real, but slightly surreal; set in the heart of The Las Vegas Strip, yet slightly off center. Attractive to the adventurous, yet luxe enough to attract those expecting the ultimate in excellence. With a soaring verticality creating an urban feel, plus restaurants, retail and entertainment all nearby, The Cosmopolitan brims with energy and excitement.

Like an urban oasis, The Cosmopolitan combines indoor and outdoor living beautifully. The Pool District includes three experiences to suit your clients’ moods: Boulevard Pool, offering a rooftop setting with unobstructed sightlines down the Strip and amenities like cabanas, daybeds and poolside movie nights; The Chelsea Pool, which creates a relaxing escape nestled between the towers; and Marquee Dayclub, a high-energy destination with live music and eight Grand Cabanas, each with its own infinity pool and spa.

Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

Cosmopolitan restaurants also take advantage of Las Vegas’ predominantly sunny weather, including Overlook Grill, offering poolside dining in an indoor/outdoor setting located beside Boulevard Pool.

Inside, The Cosmopolitan offers a number of show-stopping restaurants. Block 16 Urban Food Hall, for one, offers first-to-market experiences within six individual food and beverage outposts, while Jaleo, created by culinary master Chef José Andrés, brings the authentic flavors of Spain to Las Vegas.

As in any big city, the world variety here is impressive, from award-winning Japanese cuisine and cocktails at Zuma to the new Superfrico, which blends the line between art, fine dining and entertainment as patrons take in over 20 original pieces of art while sampling generations-old Sicilian recipes.

Speaking of art, The Cosmopolitan has built a platform for fresh, innovative and thought-provoking works of art with digital art installations throughout the resort, murals and graffiti in public spaces, and sic Art-o-mat Machines—made from refurbished cigarette vending machines—each of which dispenses original artwork.

If pampering is on the agenda, the 43,000-square-foot Sahra Spa, Salon & Hammam boasts one of the country’s few authentic Turkish Hammam experiences, a ritual of body detoxification, steam treatments and cooling baths. Each guest tower also features state-of-the-art fitness facilities, including an outdoor tennis court in The Chelsea Tower.

Not to be overlooked, guestrooms at The Cosmopolitan have earned praise for their clean-edged design and exclusive amenities, including lavish bathrooms and deep, restorative and oversized beds. In addition, they are among the few rooms on the Strip featuring open-air terraces, allowing guests to enjoy unparalleled view of the Vegas skyline alfresco.

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