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The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Walkthrough

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Come along on a video tour of The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas to see which restaurants and bars are open and which are still closed.

The Cosmo, built on what was the Jockey Club parking lot, has 2,800 rooms, 242 suites and is the second Las Vegas hotel to have an underground parking garage underneath the hotel.

In 2015 the luxury resort was included in Conde Nast Traveler’s Gold List of Top Hotels in the World.

But the hotel’s beginnings were a tangled mess which included a foreclosure and a trademark infringement lawsuit.

The video is a bit shaky as I was filming on the down-low.

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Everything Enchanting

Thursday 4th of February 2021

I've never been to Vegas, so have bookmarked this post for future reference! Also, thanks for sharing info about chase freedom unliited, I love earning travel rewards!

Swathi

Tuesday 2nd of February 2021

Cosmopolitian las vegas walkthough looks really nice. After I will try to go there once again.

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Tuesday 2nd of February 2021

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Monica Y

Tuesday 2nd of February 2021

We will be visiting Las Vegas next year (we hope) and I hope to visit this hotel when we visit

Mama Maggie's Kitchen

Tuesday 2nd of February 2021

Thank you for sharing this. It's great to know the place that we are still able to visit in las Vegas. Very helpful!

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