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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is refreshingly unlike other hotels and casinos along the famed Las Vegas Strip. Opened in December 2010, this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is contemporary from top to bottom. It has a sleek exterior, plus a rich color palette and striking modern art inside. The Cosmopolitan’s large art collection includes sculptures, paintings and digital installations, which you’ll find throughout the lobby, public areas and guest rooms. There’s even an Art-O-Mat — an old-fashioned cigarette machine that’s been redesigned to deliver small pieces of artwork on canvases or blocks, sold for $5 each.
The Cosmopolitan also delivers a chic vibe. Oversized coffee table books on fashion are placed in the guest rooms, while Fornasetti wallpaper from British company Cole & Son decorates the closets, making fashionistas feel at home. Should you want to soak in some of the Las Vegas resort’s signature style, you can browse the hotel’s boutiques, including British import All Saints & Spitalfields and luxe skincare shop Skins 62. Don’t miss having a drink at The Chandelier bar, a soaring three-level space where the signature drinks include the Violet Femme, a mix of Plymouth gin, Luxardo Maraschino liqueur and elderflower syrup.