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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas welcomes guests and Strip scenesters to six bars and lounges. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s The Chandelier (named for the eye-catching jewels that surround the space) has three levels offering up different experiences — the up-tempo bottom floor, the upscale cocktail bar in the middle and the top lounge with a view of everything below. Vesper Bar reflects the decadence of Las Vegas quite literally — mirrored tiles circle the centerpiece wooden liquor cabinet. The hotel’s Book & Stage combines a sports book and a lounge — place bets on your favorite games during the day and take in live music at night. Bond has a nightclub feel, with window boxes that open to the Strip featuring musicians, art installations and go-go dancers. On the casino floor, Queue Bar lets you have a drink on your way to the next location — it houses the line to enter Marquee Nightclub. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ last bar is an adult take on an ice cream parlor. The Neapolitan of Las Vegas is a poolside bar serving spiked sorbets, shakes and smoothies — the signature milkshake mixes strawberry and chocolate ice cream with biscotti liqueur.