Las Vegas, Nevada
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
An Autograph Collection Hotel
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What it is
A hip, fashion-conscious alternative to standard Sin City schlock.
What it isn't
Smoke and mirrors. The Cosmopolitan backs up its well-earned reputation with on-point offerings, including a Southwest-inspired hammam and restaurants from standard-bearers like Blue Ribbon, José Andrés and Momofuku.
What we think
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, unless you’ve vacationed at The Cosmopolitan. That’s because you won’t be able to keep yourself from raving to everyone about your trip: the palm-shrouded Chelsea Pool, which feels like an oasis; the Moroccan mint tea purifying bath in the spa; the Art-o-Mat vending machines that dispense original works the size of cigarettes. The Cosmopolitan makes the Strip feel safe for well-heeled travelers who want more than laser light shows and $19.99 buffets from their Vegas jaunt. The bevy of restaurants are all accomplished, the casino floor is a touch more sophisto than most, and the 3,000-plus rooms are designed as restorative hideaways with Art Deco–inspired interiors, marble-floored bathrooms and balconies—so you can remember what real oxygen feels like. Keep in mind, all rates here include access to the fab 24-hour fitness center, tennis court (based on availability) and complimentary self- and valet parking.
You're here because
You don’t have to win anything to feel like a winner here, and that’s a very, very rare emotion in Las Vegas.
Of the many deals to be had in Vegas, José Andrés has come up with one of the best: at China Poblano’s social hour, you can tuck into lotus chips with star anise salt for $2 and fried shrimp wontons for $3. More cash to blow in the hotel's High Limit Slot lounge!
Restaurants & Bars
Eggslut - A balance of comfort and innovation, celebrating food that says classic comfort with a twist of a key ingredient, eggs
Wicked Spoon - Top quality, familiar staples in addition to seasonal dishes
Beauty & Essex - Offers unique sharing plates and new twists on classic cocktails in a speakeasy-like setting
Overlook Grill - Offers simple and straightforward American staples with hints of Riviera chic
Jaleo - Brings excitement, spectacle, and the authentic flavors of Spanish cuisine to Las Vegas
STK - A new take on a traditional steakhouse
Scarpetta - An earthy yet modern approach to Italian cuisine
Blue Ribbon - American Brassiere
The Juice Standard - A stylish juicery
Holsteins - An emphasis on fresh, natural ingredients and specialty burgers
Milk Bar - Baked treats with some quirk
Momofuku - Chef David Chang's innovative and world-renowned fare
Rose. Rabbit. Lie. - A modern supper club
China Poblano - Chinese and Mexican cuisine
E by Jose Andres - Avant-garde Spanish cuisine
Estiatorio Milos - Mediterranean seafood
The Henry - Traditional American cuisine
Va Bene Caffe - Coffee and light fare
Zuma - Modern Japanese cuisine
Block 16 - Urban Food Hall with the following:
- Hattie B's
- pok pok Wing
- District: Donuts, Sliders, Brew
- Tekka Bar: Handroll & Sake
- Ghost Donkey: Mezcal & Tequila Bar (coming Fall 2018)
The Chandelier - The intersection of art, life, and magic
Clique - Mixology from the minds of the most innovative bartenders
Vesper Bar - Offers cocktails mixed with style, grace, and classic charm
The Barbershop - Swanky hideaway bar that harkens back to the Prohibition-era
Right on the Las Vegas strip, a quick two mile drive from McCarran International Airport.