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The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

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The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Experience residential style living spaces and one of a kind private terraces unlike any other in Las Vegas. Take in one of the 3 pools or 13 restaurants at the hotel, or relax in one of the 6 lounges. Relax and rejuvenate at Sahra Spa and Hammam.

Room Facilities

Stunning rooms, large living residential style spaces with one of a kind private terraces. Rooms feature with 1 king or 2 queen beds, with luxurious bathrooms.

Las Vegas

Las Vegas is located in Nevada, and has desert climate. It is known for its entertainment and casinos, and has earned it the title of Sin City.

It's one of the most famous cities in the world, and certainly one of the most provocative. You probably think you know what it's all about, but spend a little time getting to know this fun town and you'll discover that it still holds much that will surprise you. To begin with, as fabulous as the casinos are, you don't actually need to throw your money into a slot machine or onto a roulette wheel to have a good time. Check out any one of a number of amazing live shows from Cirque du Soleil to Penn and Teller, or go window shopping (and celebrity spotting) in the many luxury brand boutiques. Just 30 miles out of town you'll find the Hoover Dam, a massive piece of engineering that seeks to control the Colorado River. Be sure to add on a trip to the Grand Canyon to see what this river is capable of and you'll realise what a huge undertaking the dam is: like Vegas itself, it's an example of what mankind can achieve with plenty of money and a good imagination.

Things to Do

There are so many things that you can see and do in and around Las Vegas - how much time do you have? Take a trip out to the Grand Canyon by land or air, see one of the many free shows on the Strip or head downtown to see the magnificent light show of the Fremont Street Experience. One of the best things is to get out and explore this city ...

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is truly one of the natural wonders of this world. For some truly inspiring views, take a flight over the Canyon and see what makes it so inspirational.

The Strip

Want to find the best steak in town? It is on The Strip. The biggest theme resorts? They are on The Strip. This is where the action is - from the free shows, to the huge resorts, to some of the best dining and best shopping. It is all here and available.

Shopping Outlets

Shoppers Paradise! From the retail shops at the Forum in Caesars Palace and the Miracle Mile at Planet Hollywood, the choice is huge. But there are also the choice of outlet malls - one at either end of Las Vegas and then there is also one out at Primm! Take your pick ...

Family Friendly

While Las Vegas is known for it's nightlife and casinos, it is also a very family friendly place. The Adventuredome at Circus Circus will have the young and young at heart begging for more. Let alone the wildlife that can be seen at Mirage or Tropicana. Then you have the erupting volcano, the Sirens of TI show, the lions at MGM Grand - who could forget going out to the Canyon???

Las Vegas

Las Vegas: it's one of the most famous cities in the world, and certainly one of the most provocative. You probably think you know what it's all about, but spend a little time getting to know this fun town and you'll discover that it still holds much that will surprise you. To begin with, as fabulous as the casinos are, you don't actually need to throw your money into a slot machine or onto a roulette wheel to have a good time. Check out any one of a number of amazing live shows from Cirque du Soleil to Penn and Teller, or go window shopping (and celebrity spotting) in the many luxury brand boutiques. 

Just 30 miles out of town you'll find the Hoover Dam, a massive piece of engineering that seeks to control the Colorado River. Be sure to add on a trip to the Grand Canyon to see what this river is capable of and you'll realise what a huge undertaking the dam is: like Vegas itself, it's an example of what mankind can achieve with plenty of money and a good imagination. Be sure to add on a trip to the Grand Canyon. Whether you drive, fly or helicopter no trip to Vegas is complete without a tour to one of the world’s natural wonders.

The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Experience residential style living spaces and one of a kind private terraces unlike any other in Las Vegas. Take in one of the 3 pools or 13 restaurants at the hotel, or relax in one of the 6 lounges. Relax and rejuvenate at Sahra Spa and Hammam.

Room Facilities

Stunning rooms, large living residential style spaces with one of a kind private terraces. Rooms feature with 1 king or 2 queen beds, with luxurious bathrooms.

Las Vegas

Las Vegas is located in Nevada, and has desert climate. It is known for its entertainment and casinos, and has earned it the title of Sin City.

It's one of the most famous cities in the world, and certainly one of the most provocative. You probably think you know what it's all about, but spend a little time getting to know this fun town and you'll discover that it still holds much that will surprise you. To begin with, as fabulous as the casinos are, you don't actually need to throw your money into a slot machine or onto a roulette wheel to have a good time. Check out any one of a number of amazing live shows from Cirque du Soleil to Penn and Teller, or go window shopping (and celebrity spotting) in the many luxury brand boutiques. Just 30 miles out of town you'll find the Hoover Dam, a massive piece of engineering that seeks to control the Colorado River. Be sure to add on a trip to the Grand Canyon to see what this river is capable of and you'll realise what a huge undertaking the dam is: like Vegas itself, it's an example of what mankind can achieve with plenty of money and a good imagination.

Things to Do

There are so many things that you can see and do in and around Las Vegas - how much time do you have? Take a trip out to the Grand Canyon by land or air, see one of the many free shows on the Strip or head downtown to see the magnificent light show of the Fremont Street Experience. One of the best things is to get out and explore this city ...

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is truly one of the natural wonders of this world. For some truly inspiring views, take a flight over the Canyon and see what makes it so inspirational.

The Strip

Want to find the best steak in town? It is on The Strip. The biggest theme resorts? They are on The Strip. This is where the action is - from the free shows, to the huge resorts, to some of the best dining and best shopping. It is all here and available.

Shopping Outlets

Shoppers Paradise! From the retail shops at the Forum in Caesars Palace and the Miracle Mile at Planet Hollywood, the choice is huge. But there are also the choice of outlet malls - one at either end of Las Vegas and then there is also one out at Primm! Take your pick ...

Family Friendly

While Las Vegas is known for it's nightlife and casinos, it is also a very family friendly place. The Adventuredome at Circus Circus will have the young and young at heart begging for more. Let alone the wildlife that can be seen at Mirage or Tropicana. Then you have the erupting volcano, the Sirens of TI show, the lions at MGM Grand - who could forget going out to the Canyon???

Las Vegas

Las Vegas: it's one of the most famous cities in the world, and certainly one of the most provocative. You probably think you know what it's all about, but spend a little time getting to know this fun town and you'll discover that it still holds much that will surprise you. To begin with, as fabulous as the casinos are, you don't actually need to throw your money into a slot machine or onto a roulette wheel to have a good time. Check out any one of a number of amazing live shows from Cirque du Soleil to Penn and Teller, or go window shopping (and celebrity spotting) in the many luxury brand boutiques. 

Just 30 miles out of town you'll find the Hoover Dam, a massive piece of engineering that seeks to control the Colorado River. Be sure to add on a trip to the Grand Canyon to see what this river is capable of and you'll realise what a huge undertaking the dam is: like Vegas itself, it's an example of what mankind can achieve with plenty of money and a good imagination. Be sure to add on a trip to the Grand Canyon. Whether you drive, fly or helicopter no trip to Vegas is complete without a tour to one of the world’s natural wonders.

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