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Pool First, Feast Later

Enjoy poolside views and world class cuisine at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas



The Cosmopolitan is a luxury resort & casino unlike anything else in Las Vegas. This unique destination features residential-styled living spaces with private terraces, a one-of-a-kind restaurant collection and vibrant nightlife. Combine it all with hand-selected boutiques, an unrivaled Pool District, a newly redesigned casino and the serenity of Sahra Spa & Hammam to redefine your Las Vegas experience.

The Pool District offers panoramic views and unrivaled service, allowing guests to choose between three distinct pool experiences from a lively social scene to a pampering retreat, guests can choose the setting that suits their mood, from day into night.

The Chelsea Pool is a lush space inspired by desert landscape and features a private, canyon-like feel. The pool area offers a relaxing environment where guests can take a retreat from the excitement of The Las Vegas Strip.

Boulevard Pool overlooks the heart of The Las Vegas Strip, offering panoramic views in all directions. Guests are invited to mix and mingle amidst the energetic social scene. Boulevard Pool also features a dynamic recreation space, where patrons can enjoy foosball and billiards.

Marquee Dayclub is an exclusive adult oasis by day and an extension of Marquee Nightclub in the evening. Here, guests can experience a vibrant beach club scene while enjoying individual infinity pools, two island bars, and world-renowned DJs on this spectacular rooftop pool deck.

The restaurant collection at The Cosmopolitan is a true culinary celebration featuring world-class flavors from chefs making their Las Vegas debut. With several authentic restaurants, you will truly elevate your dining experience to another level. 

In June 2017, chef-owners Bruce and Eric Bromberg will bring a fresh dining style to the Las Vegas market, serving eclectic New American fare, including their groundbreaking raw bar, as only they can. Known as the restaurant “where chefs go to eat,” Blue Ribbon’s approach to relaxed yet elevated comfort food was a ground-breaking concept when the original and flagship restaurant, Blue Ribbon Brasserie, first opened in New York City’s SoHo in 1992.

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