Make the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas your home away from home. It’s easy when many of the resort’s rooms feature sliding glass doors that open to large patios—an uncommon treat among most Las Vegas hotels. Rooms also feature large, marble-floored bathrooms and flat-screen TVs, and some even include kitchenettes with Sub-Zero appliances.
If you do decide to leave your private patio behind for a few hours, you’ll find everything you need right at your fingertips. The Cosmopolitan boasts a casino, restaurants and a buffet, separate pool experiences, and a massive spa. Massage, anyone?
Dining at the Cosmopolitan is a trip around the world. Sample Mediterranean-style food at Estiatorio Milos. Delight in authentic Italian cuisine at Scarpetta, a New York City institution now putting down roots in Las Vegas. Or, for something really unique, check out Chef José Andrés’ Chinese-Mexican combo cuisine at China Poblano. Can’t decide? Try a little bit of everything at Wicked Spoon, the Cosmopolitan’s buffet.
If partying is on your agenda for your trip to Las Vegas, the Cosmopolitan doesn’t disappoint. Choose from Marquee dayclub and nightclub, with its resident and big-name DJs; the three-level Chandelier Bar, which offers a different mixology experience on each floor; and Rose. Rabbit. Lie, which is a unique part-restaurant, part-bar, part-nightclub venue you won’t want to miss.
Smoking anywhere within the Cosmopolitan is no longer allowed, you can however still light up while seated at a slot machine or while at a table game if it has a plexiglass divider, inside the sportsbook or if you're sitting inside a lounge.