The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is centrally located on the Strip between Bellagio, Paris, Planet Hollywood and Vdara. Take the photo tour to see what’s offered at the trendy, modern casino resort. A taxi pulls in to the Cosmpolitan’s porte cochere. The lobby greets guests with chandeliers and artwork. The Cosmopolitan is renowned for the living, digital art in its lobby. A steam punk shoe sculpture is on display in a convention area. Dog sculptures are also on display in the convention area. The Chandelier Bar is a three-tiered bar and lounge encased by 2 million crystals dripping in strands from the ceiling almost to the floor. The middle of the three floors, inside the chandelier serves as a cocktail destination. The top level serves as a comfortable lounge. Guests enjoy personal service from the bartender in the elegant setting. The Vesper Bar maintains a rotating menu of signature cocktails. A fire pit marks the entrance to the Violet Hour salon where guests can be pampered with hair, nail and beauty services. The “Space Between,” connects the changing rooms and treatment areas in the hotel’s 44,000 square-foot Sahra Spa. At precisely 103 degrees, the Sahra Spa is one of North America’s only authentic hammams. The space’s centerpiece is a radiant “mother stone,” on which you lay for your treatment. A terrace one bedroom, with a standard King, offers a view of the Strip. A suite area in a terrace one bedroom provides seating, artwork and a coffee table. The suite area also includes a workspace and flat screen TV. The terrace one bedroom boasts a Japanese soaking tub. The bathtub is spacious and comes with a view. The bathroom in a terrace one bedroom features two sinks and C.O. Bigelow products. Guests in a terrace one bedroom have a balcony with seating and a view over the Strip. The terrace one bedroom also has a standing shower with additional C.O. Bigelow products on hand. The City Rooms feature two standard Queen beds with Strip views and a workspace. The deluxe wraparound terrace suite includes an open kitchen, a dining table and a complete living room. The deluxe wraparound terrace suite’s claim-to-fame is views like this of the Strip. The bedroom in a wraparound terrace suite is spacious with an open view from the bed and a flat screen TV. The bathroom in a wraparound terrace suite boasts a bubbler tub. The kitchenette in a wraparound terrace suite includes a microwave and refrigerator. The 910-square-foot wraparound terrace suite offers panoramic views of Las Vegas. A terrace room offers a stunning view of the Bellagio fountains. The first floor of a Cosmo bungalow opens to the Marquee pool. The second level of a bungalow overlooks the living room seating. The bungalow bedroom is spacious and modern with lush red decor. The bungalow includes access to a private hot tub. Mahogany, chestnut and espresso woods, furnishings and floors define the decor of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ dark-styled Penthouses. Trendy furnishings and tone on tone decor enhance East End Penthouse Suites at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The unadvertised East End Penthouse Suites at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas range from 4,395 to 5,355 square-feet and include large living and dining areas. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ unadvertised East End Penthouse Suites come with expansive views and edgy decor. The Wicked Spoon buffet is essentially the Cosmopolitan’s food hall. Diners eat in the artsy dining room. The restaurant combines buffet staples and seasonal fare. Desserts are displayed, including eggnog floating islands on the left, and white chocolate mouse cakes with exotic cream on the right. More desserts are displayed in the Wicked Spoon buffet. Dine at Jaleo by Jose Andres, an outpost of the D.C. restaurant at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. Head chef Luis Montesinos prepares food in the Paella Pit at Jaleo by Jose Andres. Simon Lam carves Jamon Iberico de Ballota at Jaleo. The beauty of Comme Ça is that it’s not only an outstanding French brasserie, offering classic dishes such as roasted bone marrow, charcuterie and steak frites, but also innovative in its daily specials and cocktail program. Dine on the terrace for a spectacular view of the Strip while sipping hand-crafted cocktails that only include spirits that were available during Prohibition from the 18A menu. Estiatorio Milos is known for its budget-friendly lunch special, but the feng shui of the outdoor terrace and Mediterranean garden is as much of a draw. Executive Chef Stephen Hopcraft serves everything from tiger prawn to wagyu beef at this contemporary steakhouse popular with stars. STK’s bistro seats 45 with a design fit for the restaurant’s live DJ and centerpiece bar. A man walks by artwork in the Talon Club, a high limit gaming area, at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. Shop at a men’s clothing store and lounge called Stitch inside the Cosmopolitan. Master Tailor Milton Chavez, who has more than 20 years of experience tailoring for Louis Vuitton and Gucci, has recently arrived at the irreverent menswear boutique. Make an appointment for a full styling session and made-to-measure suite of suits or purchase accessories like neckwear. The lounge in the back is used by customers and occasional private functions. The Chelsea, an intimate event and performance space, opened on January 31, 2013 when Bruno Mars kicked off his residency. Artists are always changing at the P3 Studio, where guests are likely to see something new every time they visit. P3 Studio is curated in partnership with the non-profit Art Production Fund. A common area offers pool playing to guests outside the P3 Studio. A foosball table converted into a dining table offers another common area diversion. Figurines are displayed in the table outside Jaleo. The Cosmo’s common areas feature art like this old phone in a display case. A cigarette machine has been converted into an “Artomat,” art vending machine. The Boulevard Pool is converted into an ice rink in the winter. The Ice Rink is one of four available fr skating in Las Vegas. The main dance floor of the Marquee Nightclub features elaborate lighting and special effects. The nightclub’s pool area is covered for the winter season. In the summer, Marquee hosts one of the coolest daytime parties in Vegas with eight cabanas with infinity pools, bungalow lofts and party decks.