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The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas

By Brian Pho


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If you’re willing to enjoy the charm of Las Vegas in complete opulence, privacy and style, there’s a solution that will leave you mind-boggled. The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Nevada, boasts with a wow Factor that goes off of any sort of scales, in terms of luxury and joy.

Part of Autograph Collection and Marriott International, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas boasts with an extremely convenient location, 10 minutes away from McCarran International Airport, on the Las Vegas Strip. Every corner, nook or cranny of this place is gorgeous to look at, from rooms and suites to the bars and casino. The rooms and suites for example are stylish, luxurious and classy, providing many options – guests may opt from City Rooms, Terrace Studios, the Terrace Suite, Wraparound Terrace Suite, Terrace One Bedroom or the Lanai Suite, the cherry on the cake.

The Lanai Suite is a multi-storied hideout providing guests with breathtaking panoramas of the Bamboo Pool and the city. If you want something truly special, ask for accommodations with Fountain Views at the reception. Nevertheless, there are 2995 rooms and suites to choose from, therefore you won’t be left standing.

The enthusiasm of the guests will definitely be noticeable outside the accommodation venues as well. The hotel boasts three pools, each one provided with different conditions – a private nightclub, a gorgeous escape and a relaxed social entertainment scene. There’s also a non-stop pizza place in the confines of the hotel, pretty hard to find though, but extremely well worthy, next to the marquee. You’re bound to find the best pizza in Las Vegas here.

In addition, the hotel also includes the Sahra Spa & Hammam, gorgeous bars and lounges, Casinos, the Violet Hour Salon and an absolute plethora of ways to relax. And there’s the passion for shopping to not be left unattended for – some of the best shopping spots in the world are the throw of a stick away. Nightly rates at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas start at $128.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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