Location – The classy Cosmopolitan has a class A location on the strip, nestled in between the Bellagio and Vegas’ City Center.
The Theme – Opulence and luxury seep from every nook and cranny of the sophisticated Cosmopolitan Hotel. The décor is rich yet modern, with glass and crystal used generously to create a surreal feeling of being stuck inside a rare gem. Over-the-top old-school Vegas has been thrust forward to the 21st century with pure perfection.
Rooms – The Cosmopolitan is on the costlier side of a stay on the strip, but offers the luxurious amenities to back that up. Even the smaller rooms are an impressive 460 square feet, fitting two queen sized beds comfortably. Expand your space with a Terrace Room, and get the rare chance to have your own outside space overlooking Vegas.
Restaurants – The Cosmopolitan has meticulously compiled a collection of restaurants, offering guests a wide variety of culinary options to choose from. World renowned chefs and unique concepts reign, ensuring your taste buds will never be bored.
Scarpetta – Inspired by the rich flavors of Italy, Scarpetta offers a menu overloaded with delectable dishes.
Beauty & Essex – Designed to feel like a classy speakeasy, Beauty & Essex encourages diners to share in plates while experimenting with twisted classic cocktails.
EggSlut – Celebrating one of the world’s favorite staples, EggSlut offers an innovative menu that is comfortable yet daring.
Jaleo – The succulent Spanish Tapas are just the side show in this sultry restaurant that teems with energy and excitement.
Overlook Grill – Your casual breakfast and lunch destination when you want something simple and quick before heading out onto the strip.
Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill – This award winning concept is brought to the Cosmopolitan courtesy of brothers Bruce and Eric Bromberg.
STK – Steak flavors shock and awe in this sexy bar and restaurant combination.
D.O.C.G. – High quality Italian fare served alongside one of the best wine collections you’ll find in Vegas.
Holsteins – A Cosmopolitan original, Holsteins makes biting into a classic burger chic and sexy.
Wicked Spoon – A high end eatery that prides itself on serving an array of plates authentic to locations all over the globe.
Milk Bar – Christina Tosi gives you a warm spot to indulge your sweet cravings at this playful dessert and snack restaurant.
Momofuku – Chef David Chang has gained world wide attention with his unique portrayal of food that would otherwise be deemed ordinary.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie. – An attraction with a twist, Rose. Rabbit. Lie. brings the thrill of the supper club back, creating a culinary experience you will never forget.
China Poblano – Mexican / Chinese fusion is on the menu of this vibrant concept created by Chef José Andrés.
é by José Andrés – The avant-garde Spanish restaurant is tucked out of the way close to Jaleos behind a door mysteriously marked only by the letter é.
Estiatorio Milos – Enjoy a pristine view of the strip as you dig into plates of some of the freshest seafood found in Vegas.
The Henry – The Henry is brilliantly designed to recall the glitz of the Cosmopolitan, yet with an unmistakable man-cave appeal.
If you score one of the amazing Terrace rooms or suites, you absolutely have to do at least one meal ala room service. The menu is as diverse as the collection of restaurants, and includes bottles of bubby or drinks if you want to make your own party with a view.
Gambling – Streams of crystal floating overhead make it almost pleasant to lose a few bucks in the Cosmopolitan’s 100,000 square foot casino. The sports book is not quite as glitzy, but it does feature cool foosball tables and special VIP lounges.
Shows – There are no theaters to speak of inside the Cosmopolitan, but Rose. Rabbit. Lie. puts on a fantastic live show. The supper club features live music nightly, and spontaneous performances throughout the small maze of rooms.
Clubs and Bars – In addition to the World Renowned Marquee Nightclub, the Cosmopolitan features a bevy of classy bars like the Chandelier. 3 levels make up the mystique of the Chandelier, with each one offering its own vibe and entertainment.
The Day Club – The Marquee Day Club is a poolside oasis that brings the high energy of the nightclub out into the sun. Really live it up and book one of the 8 Grand Cabanas, each featuring their own private spa and pool to get dunked in.
Shopping – The Cosmopolitan has a collection of unique boutiques and high end retailers found inside of the hotel. Put your name on it at Monogram, a gift and apparel store that features items handpicked by the eclectic owners or bring home something more exquisite from the Jason of Beverly Hills diamond collection.
Other Cool Stuff – Starting Memorial Day and going all the way into Fall, you can catch dinner and a swim at the hotel’s Boulevard Pool. One night a week a classic movie is shone onto a colossal screen, which conveniently can be seen and heard perfectly from the pool. Winter time brings an ice skating ring to the strip. MUST DO!
Worth the Stay? – The Cosmopolitan is designed to meet higher vacation expectations. If your goal is pampering and indulgence, you’ll find this hotel will meet it.