A winner of Travel & Leisure's IT List for Best New Hotels of 2011, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a sprawling resort on The Strip, with 3,041 guestrooms spread across 52 floors and 2 towers. This Las Vegas resort has 20 restaurants offering dining, both formal and casual, buffet and a la carte, with Greek, Chinese, French, and Italian options. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Several bars are also on site, and the resort’s nightclub offers 50-foot ceilings, 4-story LED screens, and a stage welcoming internationally known performers. The 100,000-sq-foot (9,290-squ-meter) casino offers card games, more than 1,400 slot machines, blackjack, roulette, and craps. The resort's Race and Sports Book features state of the art LED video walls for both sports and race, dozens of hi-definition television screens, the latest in mobile wagering technology and a combination of lounge style seating areas, traditional betting stations and VIP areas where guests can view their own 90-inch high-definition television. On-site shopping features retailers from around the world.
Guests can choose from 3 separate pool areas, including 1 that is turned into a 4200-sq-foot ice rink from November 25 through January 1 (dates may vary), have a match on the outdoor tennis courts, or visit the 2 on-site fitness centers. The full-service health spa includes a hammam and menu of scrubs, massage, and facials. The hair salon offers a range of beauty services. A business center is on site, and wireless Internet access is available in public areas and guestrooms (included in resort fee).