Opened December 2010, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas added nearly 3,000 luxurious hotel rooms to the city. Lovely for a honeymoon couple or other pair of romantics, the terraces take in glittering views of the Strip as well as the desert and mountains that lie beyond the city. Oversize rooms provide a generous couch to stretch out on, TVs in both the living area and the bedroom, a dressing area with a padded bench seat, a shower big enough for you and your closest friends, and a deep steeping tub with a window on the city.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas contributes to the city's temptations with 13 restaurants that include a sushi bar, modern French brasserie, Estiatorio Milos Greek seafood restaurant, specialty burger joint, tapas restaurant, STK steakhouse, and an outpost of Chef Scott Conant's popular Scarpetta. We're less sanguine about China Poblano, the Chinese/Mexican fusion spot. Chicken chow chimichangas, anyone?
Couples who want to socialize have Marquee, designed by The Tao Group. It operates as both a posh poolside day club and nightclub. In fact, there are three pools: The Boulevard Pool, with incomparable views; the more private Bamboo Pool; and the lounge-like Day Club Pool.
Spa lovers -- and you know who you are -- can get the kinks out in the 43,000 square foot, desert-inspired Sahra Spa and Hammam. But you may prefer to do your sweating at the blackjack tables.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Official Hotel Web Site