2,360 Rooms / 600 Suites

This gleaming glass-and-steel hotel and casino has studios and one-bedroom suites that are stocked with the latest technology (flat-screen TVs, entertainment systems, technology control panels) and spacious bathrooms with Japanese soaking tubs. The Cosmopolitan’s arrival gave another roster of star chefs a chance to open their first Vegas restaurants, including Costas Spiliadis (with a Sin City branch of his New York-based Estiatorio Milos), Scott Conant (modern Italian spot Scarpetta), José Andrés (tapas bar Jaleo and Mexican-Chinese concept China Poblano) and David Myers (brasserie Comme Ça). Pools have become big business in Vegas, and Cosmopolitan’s gambit includes three, one of which, the Boulevard Pool, is the only to overlook the Strip. Rounding out the offerings at the resort are a spacious casino, a spa and a nightclub overseen by the Tao Group.