The Cosmopolitan set out to be different from anywhere else in Las Vegas, and it has achieved this goal with style, sophistication and wit. The choice of the international and hip, as well as chic locals, Cosmo attracts a younger, more urbane crowd. The vertical layout (three stories, centered around a chandelier that even Liberace himself couldn’t have envisioned) is studded with unusual shopping options, including Amsterdam’s outré, avant-garde Droog assemblage of conceptual furniture. You’ll also find an outpost of the UK’s AllSaints Spitalfields, the Beckley luxury boutique, the discerning Stitched menswear collections, and Skins 6/2 Cosmetics, which sells potions with "retail theater." Once you have your look together, grab a cocktail and head for the third floor, an endless people-watching parade, with an amusing collection of mid-century modern furniture for striking a pose upon.
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||E Harmon Avenue & E Flamingo Road|
|Opening hours:||10am-11pm daily|
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March Madness kicks off
Everybody has a sports book with walls of TVs showing college basketball. Most of them are great and the price of booze and food reflects the property: the Wynn's expensive, Bally's is cheaper, Cosmopolitan's trendy while Palms is more about locals watching...Until Monday April 3 2017
The Cosmopolitan is massive—won $15 at the Game of Thrones slots so no complaints there. Also did the all you can eat brunch buffet (and I'm not a brunch person) but I'm happy to drink all I can for $15. The food's decent too, but like, can we talk about the Thai iced tea gelato, cause give me a PBR and a vat of that and I'll be set.