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Tailor-Made Meetings on the Strip


THE COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS


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TILL THE BUZZ OF THE STRIP after its grand opening at the end of 2010, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is revolutionizing the Vegas meeting experience. Along with 150,000 square feet of meeting space and 2,995 guest rooms outfitted in luxu- rious amenities such as Japa-


nese soaking tubs and private terraces, guests of The Cosmopolitan should expect the unexpected, from the hotel’s artists-in-residence program to its well-curated collection of specialty boutiques and eclectic mix of restaurants. The Cosmopolitan’s meeting space offers





POOLS WITH A VIEW: The lively Marquee Night- club & Dayclub Pool offers an adult oasis by day and nightclub in the evening; the Boulevard Pool overlooks the heart of the Strip, and the relaxing Bamboo Pool offers a more private experience.


some of the best examples of the resort’s meticu- lous attention to detail. Spanning three floors, the hotel’s seven ballrooms range from 7,000 to 37,000 square feet, accommodating groups of up to 5,000. Both planners and attendees will appreciate the strategically placed elevators and escala- tors for quick access to guest rooms, and the East Side Pool Deck, directly connected to meeting facilities on the fourth floor, pro- vides a convenient outdoor event space. The largest space, The Chelsea, includes 37,076 square feet of modular space that can be arranged into eight smaller rooms. For more intimate gatherings, the hotel’s flexible reception suites offer 1,050 square feet of space with comfort- able seating and full kitchens. Whether it’s an intimate luncheon for 50 or a grand gala for 5,000, The Cosmopolitan’s staff will expertly curate all dimensions for an unforgettable experience. No Las Vegas meeting experience


HANDCRAFTED COCK- TAILS: The Cosmopoli- tan’s seven bar and lounge destinations include The Chan- delier, a multi-level venue with each level offering its own sig- nature cocktails.


is complete without a diversion or two, and The Cosmopolitan redefines what it means to be “at leisure.” From the pool district — including the Boulevard, Bam-


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boo, and Marquee Nightclub & DayClub — to the Sahra Spa & Ham- mam, there are plenty of ways to relax or rejuvenate after a long day. The hotel’s 100,000 square feet of casino space includes everything from classic table games to 1,500 slots, and The Chandelier, a capti- vating nightclub haven rounding out the luxury resort experience, is also not to be missed. n


AT A GLANCE


Meeting space: 150,000 square feet Number of guest rooms: 2,995 Amenities: A 100,000-square-foot casino, 13 restaurants, 12 bou- tiques, seven bars and lounges, three pools, and the Sahra Spa & Hammam


For more information: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, (877) 763- 2267 or (702) 698-7500; www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com


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