A Property With A Daring Personality

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A Property With A Daring Personality
When the Cosmopolitan opened in 2010, it enlisted some of the world’s leading designers to create a resort unlike any other in Las Vegas. Its approach to luxury is playful, with surprises around every corner. Here's a peek at our favorite features.
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    The Endless Views
    With its location right in the heart of the Strip, the Cosmopolitan offers impeccable views of the glittering lights of Vegas that span beyond the city. Most of the rooms have private terraces, so we suggest you order a café au lait when you wake up and enjoy the Eiffel Tower view.
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    The Indulgent Italian Dining
    A wall of wines at Scarpetta reflects that one of the most important elements of an Italian meal comes in a bottle. It’s here that Chef Scott Conant prepares dishes that embrace his approach to Italian cuisine, celebrating both its sophistication and the pure flavors of ingredients used at their peak of ripeness. The name comes from the Italian for “little shoe,” a reference to the shape that bread takes when used to soak up a sauce. It’s another reminder from the Cosmopolitan that indulgence is best when accompanied by a sense of fun.
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    The Intoxicating Design
    Designer David Rockwell has a flair for drama, and at The Chandelier lounge, he embraced it fully. The namesake of this lounge that includes three distinct bars was Rockwell’s idea: a 65-foot-tall chandelier made with over 2 million crystal beads. It’s a glittering centerpiece for the 10,000-square-foot space where the hotel’s mixologists pour signature cocktails.
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    The Pool Possibilities
    The Cosmopolitan has three pools, so there’s one right for whatever mood you’re in: Boulevard, the Marquee Dayclub, and Bamboo, seen here. While Boulevard and Marquee are better for those times when you want “to see and be seen,” Bamboo is a low-key retreat with ambient music and opportunities to try some of the spa’s treatments. We recommend it highly for an afternoon break from the excitement of the Strip so you can start your night ready for whatever it brings.
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    The Lasting Bond
    At the Bond Lounge, art, gaming, and music—specifically upbeat house music played by live DJs—meet. Bond also celebrates the act of people coming together, which inspired the name of this cocktail bar with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Strip. We recommend sipping on Bond’s signature drink, the Bridget Jones (a Bellini with a surprising secret ingredient, mango chutney), while making new friends or catching up with old ones.
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    The Transporting Spa
    The team at United Design turned to the landscapes of the Mojave Desert for inspiration for the Sahra Spa & Hammam. The rippled stone walls create the feeling of passing through a canyon as you explore the treatment areas and resting spaces for communal relaxing. Of course no desert oasis would be complete without a pool to soak in—ideally before or after getting scrubbed down at the hammam.
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    The Celebrity Chef’s Exploration of Three Cuisines
    Chef José Andrés has a trio of restaurants at The Cosmopolitan. Jaleo, seen here, specializes in both contemporary and traditional Spanish tapas. The wine list celebrates the best of Spain’s wines, from Rioja to bubbly cava, ideal for pairing with the tapas. Andrés’s other restaurant at the Cosmopolitan is China Poblano, which serves Mexican and Chinese dishes. If you’re savvy, you’ll book far in advance and enjoy a seat at e’, which serves 20 courses at a table for eight.
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