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What to expect at The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas:
Over sized hotel and condominium style rooms are the norm, with sizes ranging from 730 square feet all the way up to 5400 square feet, terraces that look out onto Las Vegas and a line up of killer chefs to bring some new and exciting ideas to culinary Las Vegas. All of that in a location in the center of the action right on the Las Vegas strip. The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas is what you would not expect in Las Vegas and that is precisely why you'll stick around for awhile.
What you might like at The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas:
You're going to love the restaurants, you're going to love the idea of walking to the best that Las Vegas has to offer from The Cosmopolitan and you are definitely going to love what they are doing with the larger rooms and the expansive views. I might be way too excited about a hotel that has private terraces but I'm always about a good view and The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas delivers on that.
What you might not like at The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas:
If you are a fan of low cost, low budget and inexpensive, you might find it hard to choose The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas, however, you could treat yourself, you could succumb to the desires to live large, to experience Las Vegas, to indulge. If you do that you might find yourself loving every minute of it. However, there is a secret pizza joint at the Cosmopolitan that offers something for the budget conscious and the best affordable Italian restaurant in Las Vegas is D.O.C.G. You'll be there more than once easily.
My suggestion for The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas:
Head to the Chandelier bar or to Comme Ca and live it up right. The rooms are nice enough to spend a little extra time in and if you are lucky enough to get a tub with a view, soak for awhile. Walk around and notice the major differences between the Cosmopolitan and other Las Vegas hotels. Order a Margarita Pizza at D.O.C.G. and try not to get so excited you start asking other people to try it. You'll check out the pool and realize that there is more than just water in this location, foosball, ping pong and daybeds will really change the Las Vegas pool scene at The Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Rooms at The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas:
2,995 rooms that start at 730 square feet. Those typical Las Vegas rooms that hover around 500 square feet will feel like matchboxes after you experience larger rooms. Each room is jammed packed with high end technology control panels that control everything, huge luxurious restrooms and many have the large private terraces overlooking the Las Vegas strip. It's the details that will impress you. Check out pictures of the rooms at The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas
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Location: The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas:
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Contact the The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas: 877-551-7778
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Restaurants at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas:
Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, China Poblano, Comme Ça, D.O.C.G., Estiatorio Milos, Jaleo, Scarpetta, STK, The Henry, Va Bene Caffè, Wicked Spoon Buffet, Hidden Pizza
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Nightclubs, Lounges and Bars at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas:
Marquee Nightclub, The Chandelier Bar, Marquee Day Club
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