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    Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ Insane Penthouses Will Blow Your Mind

    • Jul 14, 2020

    • By:Alyssa Collins

    Since opening their doors in December of 2010, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has proven to be a prime location along the strip, but now they’re looking to up their game. As a part of the five-year investment plan by the Blackstone Group, the Cosmopolitan has added 21 new luxurious Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas intended to shift their focus from chic culinary spot to sophisticated casino hotspot. It’s their hope that these upscale penthouses will attract more high-rollers to stay and play at their hotel.



    After recently undergoing renovations to their Chandelier Lounge to include restaurant favorites, Eggslut and Momofuku, renowned design studios, Tihany Design, Daun Curry Design Studio and Richmond International, have signed up to bring distinct style and flair to the top four floors of the Boulevard Tower. Ranging in size from 2,000 to 5,000 square feet, these Boulevard Penthouses have luxury appeal at every inch. Features include hand-cut marble, 24-karat gold accents, églomisé panels, pony hair walls, private terraces, and unique artwork.



    With balconies overlooking the Bellagio fountains and the Vegas strip, the views can’t be beaten inside or out. The overall designs reflect true Las Vegas drama, but it’s clear that each designer has let their personality shine through. Whether it’s the over-the-top imagination of Adam D. Tihany, the devilish attitude of Daun Curry or the adventurous designs of Fiona Thompson, each penthouse embodies unrivaled decadence.


    To top it all off, the seventy-first floor of the hotel is home to Cosmopolitan’s private lounge, The Reserve, intended for Boulevard Guests only. With complimentary cigars and $56,000 bottles of Louis XIII Black Pearl cognac, it’s no shock that the buy-in is a whopping $1 million. If you’re not interested in gambling you can make your way to the Tihany-designed salon for a private dining experience from any of the Cosmopolitan’s restaurants.


    To book your stay, visit cosmopolitanoflasvegas.com.

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