Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Review: The Best Resort on The Strip

The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is located near the middle of The Strip in Las Vegas. A room at Cosmo costs $99/night plus taxes and fees–check current rates here.

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is home to Opium, Marquee, and an incredible collection of restaurants. Cosmo is close to popular attractions like the Bellagio Fountains, Eiffel Tower, and The Shops at Crystals.

Cosmopolitan Rating

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Pros & Cons

We Like
  • Top-tier amenities
  • Huge collection of restaurants
  • Live entertainment and shows
  • Great location on The Strip
We Don’t Like
  • Everything is expensive
  • High table minimums

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Guide

Cosmo is a beautiful luxury resort with a hip, trendy, vibrant atmosphere perfect for any traveler. There are glamorous bars and lounges, a nightclub and dayclub, an incredible casino floor, and endless restaurant options.

Where is Cosmopolitan?
The resort is located in the center of The Strip at 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard S, Las Vegas, NV 89109. It is within walking distance of Aria, Bellagio, Paris Las Vegas, and Planet Hollywood.

How much is the resort fee at Cosmopolitan?
The resort fee is $45/night plus tax.

How much does parking cost at Cosmopolitan?
Hotel guests receive free parking. For visitors, valet parking costs $15-$20 and self-parking is $10-$15.

What are food prices like?
Cosmopolitan has one of the best collections of restaurants in Las Vegas. You should expect to spend at least $25-$50 per meal (without alcoholic drinks).

What are drink prices like?
You should expect to spend at least $16 per cocktail and $9 per beer at Cosmopolitan.

What is the casino vibe like?
Cosmopolitan is a youthful casino with a hip, trendy atmosphere. The lowest table minimum is $15.

Cosmopolitan Hotel Rooms & Suites

The hotel rooms at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas are spacious, warm, and welcoming. You can feel like you live in a city when staying here with the artful hand-crafted touches that make each space intimate as if it were your own home.

The Cosmo offers 8 types of studio and one-bedroom guest rooms. The rooms range from standard city view rooms to terrace balconies with a fountain view. Each room is decked out with state-of-the-art technology, luxurious bathrooms, and comfortable beds in a warm, inviting atmosphere.

The rooms are well priced for quality and comfort. The Cosmopolitan is a little more pricey than other hotels on The Strip, but it’s worth every penny to experience true luxury.

The Cosmo offers a variety of suites and penthouses. Cosmo offers the perfect suite for every guest, from the popular wraparound terrace suites overlooking the Bellagio Fountains and The Strip to the cozy poolside Bungalow Suite.

The suite collection ranges from The Executive Suite to The Chelsea Penthouse. The prices for the suites vary, but you’ll never find a more luxurious hotel in Las Vegas than The Cosmopolitan.

The Cosmo offers guests the highest quality amenities, two state-of-the-art fitness centers, tennis courts, pickleball courts, two pools, fitness classes, and more. Hotel guests receive free valet and self-parking. There’s also a virtual assistant called Rose to help answer any questions you may have as well.

Cosmopolitan Pool

The Cosmopolitan has two pools that offer a stark contrast between the busy Las Vegas Strip and more serene areas. The Boulevard Pool is perfect for those looking to be close to many people, while the Chelsea Pool provides an oasis-like experience of enjoying plenty of peace when desired.

The Boulevard Pool is the ultimate Las Vegas lounging venue. Guests at this pool will have stunning views of the Strip and enjoy upbeat music, combined with intimately spaced lounge chairs and daybeds to create a communal atmosphere. The space has created an environment full of vibrant social energy for guests seeking relaxation in paradise.

Throughout the summer, the Dive-In Movie series lets you watch movies at the Boulevard Pool while enjoying the warm summer nights in the pool.

The Chelsea Pool is the perfect place for anyone looking to escape The Strip. You can kick back in a stylish oasis and enjoy soothing sounds as well as an elegant ambiance that will have you feeling relaxed from head to toe!

Both pools offer hotel guests the chance to rent cabanas and daybeds.

Cosmopolitan Restaurants & Bars

You have never experienced anything like dining at The Cosmopolitan before. From world-class flavors to authentic dining options and from celebrity chef restaurants to trending eateries, this is the only place in town where you can experience them all at once under one roof.

Hidden behind a pawn shop storefront, Beauty & Essex invites discovery in every sense of the word. After you walk through this lavish pawn shop-inspired storefront and enter their stunning restaurant with your table inside one of several jewelry box rooms, it becomes abundantly clear that an evening at Beauty & Essex is anything but ordinary.

Beauty & Essex is a restaurant where you can indulge your taste buds with delicious dishes and cocktails. From 40-day dry-aged tomahawk ribeye to grilled cheese smoked bacon tomato soup dumplings, they have something for every type of eater!

José Andrés brings the sensational taste of a Spanish tapas restaurant to Las Vegas with the award-winning Jaleo restaurant. The centerpiece is the Paella Grill, an open-fire wood grill specially designed for cooking traditional paellas in authentic style and one of three such grills worldwide! Jaleo’s menu features all of your favorite Spanish traditions while being prepared and presented spectacularly that embodies everything we know about Sin City.

Momofuku is a restaurant that draws influence from America, Korea, and Japan. The menu features steamed buns, noodles, and meat or seafood meant for sharing with your friends. They also have many classic dishes reimagined like prime rib or surf-and-turf. Chef David Chang started the restaurant and is one of the most popular spots at Cosmo.

Red Plate is the quintessential destination for those looking to experience authentic Cantonese cuisine. Not only does Red Plate offer a wide selection of carefully selected signature roasted meats, Chinese hot pot, and handmade dim sum, but also hints of modern inspiration that will keep your palate guessing with every bite.

Scarpetta is a restaurant that specializes in creating Italian dishes with bold flavors. The signature pasta is hand-made daily to create scrumptious locally-sourced meals for you. For those of us who love classic simple taste without any fuss or complication, Scrapetta’s Spaghetti Tomato Basil will hit the spot!

STK is a swanky new-style Las Vegas steakhouse with an inspired menu, a busy bar scene, and a relaxed dining atmosphere with a sexy vibe. STK has locations in New York City, Miami, and Los Angeles, making it the hot spot for anyone looking to get away from tradition.

The Cosmopolitan’s extensive selection of restaurants continues with Zuma, Blue Ribbon, China Poblano, E By Jose Andres, The Henry, and Holsteins. Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch or evening nightlife-infused dinner experience, there is something to suit your needs.

Wicked Spoon is one of the best buffets in Las Vegas. The buffet is unlike any other on the Las Vegas Strip. With its mix of top quality, familiar staples, and imaginative seasonal dishes, this Las Vegas buffet satisfies cravings and invites discovery!

The Chandelier Bar is a multi-story visual wonder, housing three unique lounge experiences. It’s one of the most beautiful bars in Las Vegas, and for a good reason! The first floor is a high-energy spot in the middle of the casino.

The middle level is a sophisticated lounge that offers a sanctuary to experience your hand-crafted cocktails. The top floor showcases The Chandelier and all its beauty.

Whether your preference is an Old Fashioned whiskey or an exquisite Cosmo from The Chandelier cocktail list, there’s no need to go anywhere else.

From the outside, Ghost Donkey: Mezcal & Tequila Lounge looks like any other door. But it’s what lies on the inside that will have you hooked for life. With an extensive selection of mezcal and tequila, a carefully curated menu of expertly selected tasting flights awaits your arrival, in addition to specially crafted cocktails made with traditional Mexican spirits and artisanal brands not available anywhere else!

Vesper Lounge is a sleek, modern lounge that offers signature cocktails from its timeless classics and reimagined drinks menu. Guests can also order wine by the glass and bottled beers to enjoy while lounging in this contemporary space with mirrored tiles surrounding neon accents.

Clique is the perfect spot for a night out with friends. Not only will you enjoy delicious drinks and food, but they offer nightly entertainment in their lounge area!

Cosmo has the best food court in the entire city. Block 16 allows guests to explore the country, including Bāng Bar by Momofuku, District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew. from New Orleans, Hattie B’s Hot Chicken from Nashville, delicious sandwiches at Lardo from Portland, and amazing sushi at Tekka Bar: Handroll & Sake.

But wait, there’s more! Cosmo also is home to the Overlook Grill, the very popular Eggslut, The Juice Standard, Va Bene Caffe, Milk Bar, and a neat Starbucks.

Things To Do at Cosmopolitan

There’s a lot to do at The Cosmopolitan! From movies in the pool to dancing all night to relaxing at the spa, whatever you’re looking for, The Cosmo has it. Plus, you’re just across the street from the most luxurious shopping mall in Las Vegas.

A 40,000 square-foot venue credited with ushering in the dance music craze to Las Vegas. Marquee Nightclub showcases three rooms– The Main Room, The Boom Box, and The Library—each providing a distinct musical experience for its guests. With seven bars on-site, you never have an excuse not to grab drinks at your leisure.

When you party hard at night, sometimes all a person needs is to escape the sun and enjoy daytime fun. Marquee Dayclub on The Strip in Las Vegas has everything one could want: food, drinks, DJs–it offers an immersive experience with its signature poolside environment.

Marquee Dayclub transforms into an enchanted outdoor lounge on Fridays and Saturdays after sundown. For a truly unforgettable experience, book your reservation in advance to ensure you make it past the velvet rope!

In the front, you can get a sharp new look from a professional barber. But behind the janitor’s door in The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails is a hideaway lounge. The Barbershop takes on an entirely different personality with live entertainment and extensive whiskey selection from modern to vintage favorites in the evening.

What better way to spend an evening than under the stars with a handcrafted cocktail and movie surrounded by friends? On Monday evenings, the Boulevard Pool transforms into your own personal theater for Dive In Movies. Films from classics like Happy Gilmore or modern blockbusters such as Jurassic World are shown at night while you enjoy creative snacks poolside.

Sahra Spa, Salon & Hammam is an oasis in the desert. Let your body and spirit be rejuvenated at a luxury spa retreat that offers everything from massages to skincare treatments to salon services – all with Sahra’s signature touch of tranquility. From relaxing facials to luxurious baths, you’ll find what it takes for true relaxation here!

Cosmopolitan Shows

The Cosmopolitan is home to The Chelsea, a large concert and event venue that hosts touring musicians, comedians, and more. It’s one of the best live entertainment venues to see a show at in Las Vegas.

There’s one resident show at The Cosmopolitan, Opium, brought to you by the creators of Absinthe. Opium takes show-goers on a wild ride from Uranus to Las Vegas on a twisted starship with various talents from the galaxy’s best performers. The show is an experience not to be missed.

Opium Las Vegas
Tickets from $99

Cosmopolitan Casino

Cosmo’s casino is over 100,000 square feet with all the table games, slot machines, and gambling you want. Cosmopolitan offers a wide variety of slot machines. Whether you’re looking for reel spinning, video reels, or video poker games with denominations starting from $0.01 to $500, they’ve got it all!

It’s worth noting that The Cosmopolitan is not for gamblers with a low bankroll. Table minimums start at $15. It’s not unusual to see $25 or $50 minimums on busy weekends or during the peak season.

Cosmopolitan has a moderate-sized William Hill Sportsbook that features state-of-the-art LED video walls, dozens of high-definition televisions, and lounge seating. The space features a sports bar with over 20 video poker machines and a great variety of draft beer, wine, and spirits. Cosmo is a great place to watch all the big games, but space is limited.

Cosmopolitan’s player’s club is called Identity. Gamblers can earn free play, comps, free rooms, and more. They have great promotions and special tournaments, drawings, and ways to win.