Strategically located in the heart of the Strip, south of the Bellagio, the Cosmopolitan Hotel has redefined luxury in Las Vegas by shining a light of its own.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas opened its doors at the end of 2010 and, with a construction budget of 3 billion dollars, became one of the most expensive buildings in the world.
The hotel is 603 feet (184 metres) high and has 53 floors with over 3,000 rooms, 14 restaurants, a huge casino, 3 outdoor pools and one of the most popular nightclubs in Las Vegas. This would be Marquee, where you can party night and day.
Screens, sculptures and works of art are everywhere in the hotel's corridors, but if there is one thing that really catches the eye at the Cosmopolitan it's "The Chandelier". This chandelier has more than two million crystal beads, occupies several floors of the hotel's lobby and even has a bar inside.
The Cosmopolitan is an excellent place to stay in Las Vegas, especially for young people who aren't looking for a themed hotel. If you've got a bigger budget, the Wynn Hotel has more flair and offers a more unique experience. However, this hotel is a bit further from the city centre and the crowd isn't as young,