The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino Las Vegas Review

Opening its doors a decade ago to showcase nearly $4 billion in amenities, the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas is one of the most glamorous and exciting properties on the Strip. With over 3,000 rooms and suites (17 different types), more than 100,000 square feet of casino gaming space, 27 restaurants, pools, bars, shows, nightclubs, and endless shopping, you can have an entire Vegas vacation without ever leaving your hotel.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Thinking about taking a trip to Vegas and considering staying at the Cosmo? Already have a trip planned and want to visit the property? Just daydreaming about the day you finally get to enjoy Sin City? It’s all good! In this guide, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

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Before We Get Started… The 4-1-1 on The Cosmo

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The Cosmopolitan’s Contact Info

Address: 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Casino Phone Number: (702) 698-7000 or toll-free at (877) 551-7778
Email Contact: Reservations and Guest Services – [email protected]

Location on The Strip

The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino is located centrally on the Las Vegas Strip. To the north, you have Bellagio and Caesar’s Palace. To the south, you’ll find Aria Campus comprised of Aria Resort and Casino, Vdara Hotel and Spa, and the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Across the street, you’ll find the Paris Hotel and Bally’s.

Pro Tips for Getting More, Saving Money, and Maximizing Fun

  • There are separate drink menus at each of the three levels of the Chandelier Bar. Most people think the specialty cocktails are the same from top to bottom, but they’re uninformed. Make sure you check out every level to find the right specialty cocktail for you. Additionally, there’s a drink called the Verbena that’s rarely listed on any of the menus. It’s an insider secret, but an incredible cocktail experience. The drink comes with a flower you chew on first that alters your tastebuds for a few minutes while you drink!
  • Secret Pizza, while becoming more known, used to be a locals-only hidden gem. It’s a pizza restaurant without any signs that you won’t find anywhere on the website. Open till 4am, it can be found down a long hallway on the third floor next to Jaleo. During peak hours, you may see a line to help guide. If not, head down the hallway to the left of Jaleo and let your nose guide you.
  • Ladies, save your feet after a night at Marquee with the roll-up, slip-on disposable shoe vending machines. For a few bucks, you can get a pair of shoes to toss on that are much more comfortable than those six-inch-heels or stilettos—no need to join the masses of club-goers walking barefoot through the casino with shoes in hand.
  • Get the absolute best souvenirs from the Art-O-Mat vending machines. Located randomly throughout the casino, these vending machines disguised as cigarette machines offer unique pieces of art you won’t find anywhere else. Make it your quest to locate these, and get some awesome take-homes.
  • Seriously, we considered adding words to the above tip, but decided they weren’t necessary. Indulge in a hand-crafted milkshake from Holsteins. Your mouth will thank us.
    Milkshakes at Holsteins

Gambling at the Cosmopolitan Casino

Whether it’s your first trip or 100th to Vegas, you probably have a little bit of gambling planned. The Cosmo’s 100,000+ square feet of casino space is jam-packed with slots, table games, sports betting, and more. Here’s what you need to know before you head out.

Featured Casino Games

Curious what kind of action you can get? Here’s a look at the most popular games you’ll find seven days a week at the Cosmo. Keep in mind, the list of slots are only the featured offerings mentioned on the casino’s website. The sportsbook also regularly offers more, but these are the core offerings you’ll find year-round as long as the sport is in season.

Table Games Offered at the Cosmo Featured Slots Sports Betting Covered
Baccarat Buffalo Diamond Auto Racing
Blackjack Fortune Coin Baseball
Casino War Golden Egypt Grand Basketball
Craps Heidi & Hannah’s Bier Haus College Sports
Fortune Pai Gow Poker Pinball Combat Sports
High Card Flush Tarzan Cricket
Roulette The Wizard Of Oz Munchkinland Football
Single Zero Roulette Wheel Of Fortune Cash Link Golf
Three Card Poker Wild Wild Nugget & Wild Wild Samurai Hockey
Ultimate Texas Hold ’Em Willy Wonka Wonkavator Horse Racing
Wonder 4 Boost Special Events

What You Need to Know About the Cosmo Casino

  • Table limits at the Cosmo will be higher than some of the smaller casinos on the Strip, but in line with the other higher-end casinos. Limits will be higher at night and on weekends. Expect somewhere around $10 minimums during the day on weekdays or early mornings on the weekend. At peak times, it’s not unusual to see table minimums around $25.
  • The casino floor is right in the middle of the casino and hotel action. If you like a lot of action, noise, and feeling like you’re in the party when you play, you’ll love the Cosmo. Looking for a quiet and private gaming experience? It’s probably not going to be a great fit for you, even in the high-limit lounge.
  • The sportsbook at the Cosmo is not open 24 hours a day. Here are the current posted hours:
    • Mon – Thurs: 8:30AM – 10:30PM
    • Fri: 8:30AM – 11:00PM
    • Sat:                 7:30AM – 11:00PM
    • Sun: 7:30AM – 10:00PM
  • The Cosmopolitan casino has a great player rewards program called Identity Rewards. Make sure you take the time to read our full breakdown of the Identity Rewards Program so that you can get the most bang for your buck.

Staying at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino – The Rooms and Suites

  • The Cosmpolitan has 3,027 hotel rooms.
  • There are 17 different types of rooms to choose from including standard rooms, studio rooms, suites, bungalows, and a penthouse.
Room Type Square Feet Features
City Room 460 2 queen-size beds | A calm, welcoming atmosphere |Large, luxurious bathroom with marble floors
City Studio 630 1 king-size bed | An oversized living area |Large, luxurious bathroom with marble floors
Terrace Studio 620 1 king-size bed | Sliding glass doors open to an oversized private terrace | Large, luxurious bathroom
Terrace Studio Fountain View 620 (110 sq. ft. private terrace) 1 king-size bed  | Exceptional views of the Las Vegas skyline and famous fountains | Private terrace overlooking the heart of The Strip
Terrace One Bedroom 610 (110 sq. ft. private terrace) 1 king-size bed |Panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline | Telescoping doors separate living area from bedroom area
Terrace One Bedroom Fountain View 610 (110 sq. ft. private terrace) 1 king-size bed |Panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline | Telescoping doors separate living area from bedroom area
Terrace Studio Two Queen Beds 620 (110 sq. ft. private terrace) 2 queen-size beds | Comfortable, open living space | Large, luxurious bathroom
Terrace Studio Two Queen Beds Fountain View 620 (110 sq. ft. private terrace) 2 queen-size beds |Panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline and famous fountains |Large, luxurious bathroom
Executive Suite 760 1 king-size bed | Spacious living area with 6 seat conference table | Large, luxurious bathroom with marble floors
Terrace Suite Fountain View 910 (110 sq. ft. private terrace) 1 king-size bed | Spacious bedroom and living room areas | Master bathroom with bubbler tub and powder room
Wraparound Terrace Suite 1,200 (410 sq. ft. private terrace) 1 bedroom with a king-size bed | Private wraparound terrace with breathtaking views of Las Vegas | Separate dining area & Sub-Zero wine chiller
Wraparound Terrace Suite Fountain View 1,200 (410 sq. ft. private terrace) 1 bedroom with a king-size bed | Private wraparound terrace with breathtaking views of Las Vegas | Separate dining area & Sub-Zero wine chiller
Two Bedroom City Suite 1,615 2 bedrooms with 1 king-size bed & 2 queen-size beds | Spacious, separate living area | 2 master bathrooms and 1 separate powder room
Lanai Suite 800 Loft bedroom with 1 king-size bed | Floor-to-ceiling windows with pool views | Private lanai with hot tub
Reception Suite 1,050 1 full-size pull-down bed | Wet bar, dining table, sub-zero refrigerator, and microwave | Marble bathroom and oversized shower
Bungalow 1,695 (750 sq. ft terrace and 135 sq. ft patio) 1 bedroom with a king-size bed | 3 levels with a private terrace | Jacuzzi plunge pool and round-the-clock butler service
The Chelsea Penthouse 2,400 to 3,700 2 and 3-bedroom suites | Floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views | Wet bar and kitchenette

Eating at the Cosmo – Restaurants, Dining, and the Wicked Spoon Buffet

If you’re a food fan, you’re going to love the spread the Cosmo has to offer. With 28 different restaurants to choose from (27 if you don’t count Starbucks as a restaurant), you could spend a whole week in culinary paradise without ever stepping foot outside of the property. Now, we obviously don’t recommend this, as a trip to Vegas involves exploring all the casinos and properties. With that said, where at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Vegas should you eat?

Let’s take a look at the different restaurant options you have to choose from, then we’ll point out a few of our favorites and must-try dishes. Before we do that, though, let’s talk about the buffet!

Wicked Spoon Buffet

Wicked Spoon Buffet
If you’re looking for the ultimate buffet experience in Las Vegas, Wicked Spoon at the Cosmo needs to be number one on your list. The buffet boasts an impressive array of foods, whether you’re enjoying brunch, dinner, or one of the specialty holiday buffets. Keep in mind that the buffet can get rather busy, so plan your time accordingly. You do have the ability to purchase a line pass that will help you skip the bulk of the line when you’re ready to eat.

Here’s the current pricing for Wicked Spoon.

Brunch Pricing

Monday through Thursday – $29 for adults and $16 for kids

Friday through Sunday – $36 for adults and $16 for kids

Dinner Pricing

Monday through Thursday – $42 for adults and $20 for kids

Friday through Sunday – $49 for adults and $20 for kids

Line Pass Pricing

Monday through Thursday – $10

Friday through Sunday – $15

  • Keep in mind that the line passes are per ticket, so everyone in your party will need to purchase the add-on if you’re looking to jump the line.
  • You can actually get takeout from this buffet if you want. Pricing is $20 daily, regardless of the time or day of the week.
  • Children under 4 years old are free with a paying adult.
  • You can make reservations online through Open Table right on the company’s website. We’ve yet to try this function out, so we’re not completely sure how it works with the line pass. What we gather, though, is that a line pass is not required if you make a reservation, but you’ll want to confirm that through the concierge when you make your reservation. Parties of 2-7 people can make reservations on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursday only. Parties of 8 or more can make reservations any day of the week.
  • Bottomless beverage packages are available for purchase to add to your buffet. Sodas and juices are free, but alcohol will need to be purchased a la carte or as a part of the bottomless packages.
    • For brunch, bottomless champagne, bloody marys, or Bud Light drafts are $20.
    • For dinner, red wine, white wine, Moscow Mules, or Bud Light drafts are $20.
    • The time limit on all bottomless packages is an hour and a half from the time of purchase.

Additional Restaurant Choices at the Cosmopolitan Casino

(Tips, tricks, and suggested dishes can be found at the bottom of the restaurant list)

Beauty & Essex
  • Cuisine: New American
  • Cost: $$$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
Blue Ribbon
  • Cuisine: American
  • Cost: $$$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
China Poblano
  • Cuisine: Chinese and Mexican
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew.
  • Cuisine: Creative Comfort Food
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
É By José Andrés
  • Cuisine: Avant-garde Spanish
  • Cost: $$$$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
  • Cuisine: All-day Breakfast
  • Cost: $
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
Estiatorio Milos
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean Seafood
  • Cost: $$$$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
Ghost Donkey: Mezcal & Tequila Bar
  • Cuisine: Mexican Spirits and Snacks
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken
  • Cuisine: Southern Flair
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
The Henry
  • Cuisine: American
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 1, Boulevard Tower
  • Cuisine: Elite Burgers
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
  • Cuisine: Spanish Tapas
  • Cost: $$$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
The Juice Standard
  • Cuisine: Cold-Pressed Juice Bar
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
  • Cuisine: Bold Sandwiches
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
Milk Bar
  • Cuisine: Bakery Treats With Some Quirk
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
  • Cuisine: Multicultural
  • Cost: $$$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
Overlook Grill
  • Cuisine: Café Dining
  • Cost: $$$
  • Location: Level 4, Boulevard Tower
Pok Pok Wing
  • Cuisine: Thai and Vietnamese
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower
Red Plate
  • Cuisine: American Chinese
  • Cost: $$$$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
  • Cuisine: A Modern Supper Club
  • Cost: $$$$
  • Location: Level 2, The Chelsea Tower
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Cost: $$$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
  • Cuisine: Coffee and Pastries
  • Cost: $
  • Location: Level 1, Boulevard Tower
  • Cuisine: Steakhouse
  • Cost: $$$$
  • Location: Level 3, Boulevard Tower
Tekka Bar: Handroll & Sake
  • Cuisine: Coffee and Pastries
  • Cost: $$
  • Location: Level 2, Boulevard Tower

Cosmo Restaurant Tips and Must-Try Dishes

  • The number one thing you need to try at the Cosmo is the buffet. Wicked Spoon is arguably the best buffet on the strip, and that includes the Bacchanal at Caesars. Make sure you budget to pay a few extra bucks for the reserved line pass if you’re going on a busy weekend.
  • Most of these restaurants cater to lunch and dinner. But if you’re looking for somewhere awesome to go when you wake up, check out Eggslut for breakfast. It’s a small menu, but the staff delivers on the options they have. What’s the go-to choice? The bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich is the winner. Keep in mind this place is extremely popular for breakfast, so you’ll want to plan accordingly. Do expect to wait in line for this counter-service option (it’s worth the wait, though).
  • Estiatorio Milos is an incredible Mediterranean seafood option. Utilize this place for dinner if you’d like, or skip the lines and save on cash with their lunch menu. Whatever you do, do not leave this restaurant without trying their calamari. We’ve tried the popular appetizer dish all over the world, and no one can touch the quality Milos delivers.
  • Did you ever expect Vegas to do burgers anything less than over the top? We hope not. If you’re looking for a killer take on gourmet burgers, go to Holsteins. While the burgers are the big draw, the milkshakes take the cake. If you want to see the most Instagram-worthy and simultaneously delicious creation on the planet, stop in here for a shake.
  • If you like steak, you’ll certainly want to give STK a try. The property’s premier steakhouse offers plenty of high-quality meat choices to satiate the pickiest of carnivores. Be aware that this is not the place to go for a quiet meal. STK feels almost like a nightclub. If you want to feel like you’re right in the heart of it all while enjoying your meal, you’ll love STK.
  • Go to Secret Pizza at least once. This used to be a well-kept secret, but the cat’s out of the bag. Secret Pizza is a “hidden” restaurant within the walls of the Cosmo with no signage or information on the company’s website. Yes, it’s a bit of a viral stunt, but that doesn’t take away from the fact this is some of the best pizza you will find in Las Vegas.

Drinking, Shows, and Partying – Nightclubs, Bars, and Entertainment

For some, a trip to Las Vegas is not complete without a few nights out on the town. Whether you’re looking for shows, nightclubs, signature cocktails, or a mix of all three, the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas has you covered. As is the case with just about every area of the hotel, you could spend an entire week at the property enjoying their entertainment without ever stepping foot off the property.

Let’s take a look at everything the Cosmo has to offer for nightlife. As it’s impossible to gauge everyone’s tastes, it’s impossible to put this list in any meaningful order of importance. Instead, we’ve listed the different venue options alphabetically. Make sure you do pay attention to The Chandelier Bar and The Chelsea, as these are two very popular and must-experience locations.

The Barbershop

Don’t mistake the Barbershop for being just a haircut place, and don’t mistake the Barbershop for being just a bar. The Barbershop in the Cosmo is a cross between a bar, an actual place to get your hair cut, a concert venue, and a cool spot where you can hang out with friends.

This is an incredible place to kick it with the fellas while getting pampered and feeling manly. Grab a glass (or a bottle) of bourbon and get your beard trimmed while you enjoy the classic stylings of this unique establishment.
The Barbershop at the Cosmo

The Chandelier Bar

The most iconic and most popular bar on the entire property is the Chandelier Bar. It’s a three-story cocktail experience built inside a real-life, massive chandelier. What’s most unique is that each floor of the bar boasts its own unique menu of signature cocktails.

Before we show you the three different menus, we want to make sure to point out our favorite drink offered. You won’t find it on any of the menus, but it’s available on the middle level of the Chandelier Bar. It’s called the Verbena, and it’s been a local secret for quite some time. The drink itself is delicious, but it’s more about the experience surrounding the cocktail. It comes with a small flower that you are to chew on before trying the drink. The flower alters your taste buds giving you a unique flavor experience for the duration of the drink. It’s a must-try for any hand-crafted cocktail fans.

And now, here are the current menus at the three bars. Keep in mind you can still order “normal” cocktails at each of these bars.

The Lowest Level of the Chandelier Bar

The Middle Level of the Chandelier Bar

The Top Level of the Chandelier Bar

The Chelsea at the Cosmo

A unique concert-going experience awaits you at the Chelsea at the Cosmo. This venue houses some of the most exciting concerts and comedians year-round. Unlike other Vegas venues, there are no resident acts or performers here. The Chelsea at the Cosmo operates more like a traditional concert venue with different performers topping in throughout the year.

For some performances, you’ll find chairs in the Chelsea, and for others, it will be standing room only. There are always VIP boxes that overlook the main floor available through the box office or concierge. Expect to drop some cash, though.
The Chelsea

Clique Bar and Lounge

While there aren’t many low-key places in the Cosmo, Clique Bar and Lounge is one spot where you can briefly escape the hustle and bustle of the casino. This casual bar offers table snacks, hand-crafted cocktails, and your expected spread of beer, wine, and mixed drinks. Additionally, the bar has an all you can drink tequila package available on Tuesdays (that comes with food) to celebrate everyone’s favorite holiday – Taco Tuesday. The bar is also open late (until 3 AM daily) with the kitchen open until 1 AM.

Dive-In Movies

During the summer months, there’s a unique and budget-friendly activity you can partake in at the Cosmo pools. Dive-In Movies is an event where classic films are shown on a big screen at the pool. You’re able to lounge and watch from inside the pool or on one of the lawn chairs. Snacks and drinks are available for purchase. If you’re a hotel guest, it’s free to get in. If you aren’t staying on property, you can get tickets for $7. The events usually run every Monday throughout the summer months.

Marquee Dayclub and Nightclub

Whether you want to party at night year-round or during the day in the warmer months, the Cosmo has you covered with Marquee. Often touted as the top club in the world, this high-class establishment is home to the wildest and most exciting action on the Strip. You’ll find the hottest DJs, the prettiest people, and also the easiest way to drop a lot of money on drinks.

  • If you’re planning on going to Marquee, make arrangements early. Not early in the day, but weeks or months before, if possible.
  • If you’re able to drop the cash for a table, it will make things a lot easier. Do keep in mind that there’s always going to be gratuity and random fees that pop up at Vegas nightclubs unless you go through a reputable host. Plan accordingly.
  • Dress to impress. You’re not going to get in unless you follow the strict dress code standards laid out by the club. You don’t have to have super expensive clothes or anything like that, but you do need to follow their guidelines.
  • Show up early. Even if you have some sort of VIP guest pass or a table, you’re going to wait. There are thousands of people trying to get into the club every night. Come early so you can relax and not worry about getting in the door before your favorite DJ goes on.
  • Speaking of favorite DJs, realize that the main act usually does not go on stage until 1 or 2 in the morning. Plan accordingly.


Looking for a unique, adults-only show that will leave you bewildered and excited all at the same time? You’re looking for Opium. This science-fiction type show is impossible to explain, but here’s what we can tell you. Everyone who sees the show raves about it. Additionally, the show was created by the makers of the show Absinthe which has quickly rocketed to one of the most popular shows on the Strip.

The Study

With the look and feel of a classy library, the Study is a bar located inside of Rose. Rabbit. Lie. While you won’t hear many people talking about this bar, it’s a must-visit if you like hand-crafted cocktails, vinyl records, and comfy seating. This is the only bar on the strip we know of equipped with a record player where you can play your favorite records. This is not the place you order a Bud light (though they have it). Let your adventurous side reign and try some of the unique takes on modern cocktails offered at the Study.


Located at the front of the casino near the Strip, Vesper is a trendy bar where bartenders are slinging drinks 24/7. You will find some signature cocktails here as well as an extensive bar selection with a particular specialty of whiskeys and bourbons. This is a great place to go to start your night or meet up with friends and wait for everyone to be ready for the day or night.

Relaxing – The Cosmo Pool, Spa, and Other Luxurious Amenities

The Cosmopolitan Hotel Pool Options

  • The Chelsea Pool
  • The Boulevard Pool
  • Marquee Dayclub

When it comes to pool options at the Cosmo, you’ve got three options open from around March until around October. Do keep in mind that it can get relatively cold in the fall and spring. Your traditional resort pool options are the Chelsea Pool and the Boulevard Pool. Your party pool option is going to be Marquee Dayclub. Let’s take a quick look at each of them.

The Chelsea Pool

The most relaxing pool on the property is the Chelsea Pool, located on the 14th floor of the Chelsea Tower. The main attraction of this pool is relaxed seclusion. You’ll be able to order drinks and food from poolside servers in the quiet comfort of the ambient desert sounds. If you’re looking to unwind and unplug from the world, the Chelsea Pool is calling your name.

The Boulevard Pool

While not as wild as Marquee Dayclub, the Boulevard Pool does have considerably more energy than the Chelsea Pool. The Boulevard Pool is open from 8 AM to 7 PM every day of the week except for Mondays when it closes at 6 PM. The main difference between this pool and the Chelsea Pool is the music and energy level. You’ll find upbeat music and a little more movement and energy from guests. This pool can be compared to other resort pools in areas other than Vegas.

Marquee Dayclub

As we’ve already touched on, Marquee Dayclub is an actual nightclub, except it’s open during the day and outside at the pool. If you’re looking for a wild Vegas pool experience filled with shots, top DJs, and party people, you’re looking for Marquee Dayclub. The club is open from 11 AM to 6 PM during the pool season.

When planning your trip, treat Marquee Dayclub like a club. You need to plan your visit as far out in advance as possible. You will need to pay for tickets or reserve a VIP table or cabana. Don’t expect to show up the day of and walk right in unless you’re ready to drop some serious coin.

The Spa and Salon at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas

For those of you looking to get pampered on your vacation, you’ll certainly have plenty of opportunities. The Spa is located on the 14th floor of the Chelsea Tower just down from the pool. You can pay to utilize the spa areas, or you’ll get access to them by booking a service. Services include massage, facials, soaks, hammam, body peels, baths, and more.

Here is the most up-to-date rate sheet and list of services from the hotel.

Here are some highlighted prices to give you an idea of what range you’re looking at.

  • $45 for hotel guests to use the spa areas ($65 for non-guests)
  • $270 for an 80-minute massage for guests ($280 for non-guests)
  • $185 for an illuminating body peel (50-minute) ($195 for non-guests)
  • $170 for a facial (50-minute) ($180 for non-guests)

Spa at the Cosmo
At the salon located adjacent to the spa, you’ll have access to a ton of popular services, including nails, hair, styling, tanning, waxing, bridal services, and more. Keep in mind, the salon and the spa at the Cosmo can get very busy especially during peak times of the year. You can still pull off same-day appointments, but we highly recommend booking as far in advance as possible.

Here’s the most up-to-date rate sheet from the salon.

Here are a few sample prices from the most recent rate sheet to give you an idea of the pricing range of services.

  • $115 for an acrylic nail set
  • $115 for a women’s haircut
  • $130 for bridal hair
  • $300 for a full set of eyelash extensions

Salon at the Cosmo

Workout and Fitness Center Amenities at the Cosmo

Just because you’re on vacation does not mean you have to let your fitness routine go to waste. The Cosmo has an extensive workout and fitness area equipped with cardio machines, weight training equipment, as well as classes you can take.

There are two fitness facilities on the property, one in each of the two towers. The Boulevard Fitness Center is just over 2,000 square feet and features 7 treadmills, 5 elliptical machines, resistance equipment, and free weights. The Chelsea Fitness Center is over two times as large at 5,250 square feet and features 12 treadmills, 6 elliptical machines, 2 Vario machines, bikes, a movement studio, resistance equipment, and a free-weight area. Additionally, the Chelsea Fitness Center has tennis courts and a Kinesis wall.

The Boulevard Fitness center is open 24 hours a day. The Chelsea Fitness Center, on the other hand, has limited hours between 5 AM and 8 PM seven days a week.

If you’re looking for personal training, the hotel has trainers on staff for hire. As of our last update, the rate for trainers was $65 for a 30-minute workout or $95 for a 60-minute workout. For group classes, they offer a yoga class for $15 and a boot-camp style class also for $15.

Shopping, Shopping, and More Shopping – The Cosmopolitan Stores

For those guests of Las Vegas looking for unique shopping experiences, you’ll want to check out the shops at the Cosmo. With 13 stores to choose from, you’re not going to find anything mainstream that you’re probably used to seeing back home. Hours vary for each individual store, but you can expect extensive shopping hours, especially later into the night.

Here’s the current list of stores available at the Cosmo.


While this is technically on the list of stores on the hotel’s website, it’s more of a spa-like experience. Reviv offers IV therapy and booster shots. In other words, if you’re getting sick or feeling hungover, this is the place to go to get revived (hence the name). IV infusions start at $99, and booster shots start at $29.


Another “store,” according to the hotel’s website, Drybar is actually a full-service salon. Not only can you get your hair done, but you can enjoy a full line of signature cocktails and drinks while you’re doing it. This is a great place to spend a few hours getting pampered for a day or the night. Drybar is open until 10 PM every night of the week, so take advantage of the late hours when building this into your schedule. 100% make reservations as early as possible in your planning process.

Skins 6|2 Cosmetics

If you’re looking for top-quality makeup, you’ll want to set aside some time for shopping at Skins 6|2 Cosmetics. In this store, you’ll find makeup, beauty products, scented candles, perfumes and fragrances, hand creams, body washes, and other skincare products.


This British fashion company has some snazzy threads for men and women. Whether you’re looking for something to take back home for you, a gift, or something to wear while in Vegas, you’ll be pleased with the high-quality options. All products definitely have a bit of European flair to them, which is to be expected based on where the company is from.

CRSVR Sneaker Boutique

CRSVR, pronounce “crossover,” originally started as a shoe boutique but has flourished into a full premium lifestyle shopping destination. In the store, you’ll find a mix of original designs and products as well as unique products from Nike, Adidas, and Jordan.

Jason of Beverly Hills

One of the most famous diamond jewelers of the last few decades, Jason Arasheben, delivers some of the most elegant (and expensive) pieces of diamond jewelry in the world. His unique and one of a kind pieces are owned by some of the biggest celebrities in the world. Even if you aren’t buying, we highly recommend stopping through to gawk at the creations he has on display.

Molly Brown’s Swimwear

Forget your suit back home? Even if you didn’t, you’d want to check out the high-end options available at Molly Brown’s Swimwear. The store carries more than just swimsuits including dresses, coverups, shoes, beach towels, jewelry, hats, belts, and bags. If you forgot anything you need for the pool or to survive the sun, this is where you’ll want to start.


Monogram is an awesome stop for unique gifts or apparel for yourself. Catering to both men and women, you’re able to get “an eclectic assortment of hand-picked items for the culturally curious shopper.” This includes lots of fashion apparel with logos, books, souvenirs, and more.

Retrospecs & Co.

It rains about six days a year in Vegas, which means a lot of clear skies and sunshine. It just makes sense for there to be a sunglass store on every corner in this town. If you’re looking for classy eyewear, you’ll want to check out Retrospecs & Co.


Men, listen up. If you’re looking to class up your style and stand out while you’re in Vegas, this is where you want to shop. Described by the company as “a lifestyle destination for gentlemanly sophistication with hints of irreverence,” you can get custom suits as well as already tailored and ready to wear options. If you’re looking to rock a tie or bowtie and left your threads at home, check out Stitched.

The Corner

Open 24/7, this is your traditional gift shop that has everything from drinks to alcohol to sunscreen and more. If you need an essential to enhance your daily routine, this is where you’re going to get it.

The Goods

Need some snacks, drinks, mixers? You’ll want to stop by the Goods. This is just a trendy name for in-house bodega. Yes, they do sell alcohol as well for those of you looking to move the party up to your hotel room.


This is your second 24/7 “gift shop” that has all the daily essentials you might need.

Putting It All Together – Planning Your Cosmo Trip

As you can see, there are thousands of things to do and experience at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. If you’re planning on staying at the property, we highly recommend allotting a good chunk of your time to explore and enjoy the amenities they have to offer. Yes, you should still enjoy the rest of the town, but you’ll be able to check a lot of boxes off without going very far.

If you’d like to check out some of the other hotel options on the Strip, check out our complete list of hotel reviews and guides.