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Nightlife at The Cosmopolitan

As classy as The Cosmopolitan is during the day, the resort really starts to sparkle at night. In addition to the casino floor, visitors to the property can party into the early hours of the morning at the nightclub or mingle over drinks at one of The Cosmopolitan’s many bars and lounges.


Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub encompasses 60,000 square feet and three rooms—the Main Room, the Library and the Boom Box Room—that house seven bars. The Main Room has a multi-million dollar sound stage and coliseum-style seating that leads to a main dance floor (though there is a second dance floor as well). Four-story LED screens offer the ability to display customized light and image shows.

Overlooking the Main Room is the Library, which offers an intimate lounge experience complete with a fireplace, billiard table and vintage books about Las Vegas’ history. The bar in this room features classic specialty cocktails.

The Boom Box Room is on a lower level. Guests enjoy stunning views of the Strip and a separate DJ.

Bars and Lounges

Each of the bars and lounges at The Cosmopolitan offers a different specialty cocktail menu, so drinking your way around the resort is not like visiting the same place over and over again. That said, if there’s a drink you particularly enjoy, all bartenders and mixologists are skilled in creating the drinks available across the property.


If you’re looking for a good view of the Las Vegas Strip, order a drink and tip back at Bond, a funky bar with daybeds and lounge chairs. The spacious area is large enough for the occasional live performer and intimate dancing (though the bar itself is easily accessible from the casino floor). Find popular cocktails at Bond, including the apple martini and the rising sun (similar to a tequila sunrise).

Book & Stage

Acting as both a sports book and lounge, Book & Stage is the place to watch the game during the day and live musical performances in the evening. This is the bar to visit for standard cocktails and bottled beers.

The Chandelier

The Chandelier sits under The Cosmopolitan’s centerpiece—a three-story chandelier composed on two million crystals—in the heart of the casino floor. This multi-tiered bar allows guests to climb stairs up into the chandelier, where they are surrounded by the ornamentation. Each level of The Chandelier has a very distinct vibe as well as a different drink selection.

On the ground floor, enjoy a high energy ambiance that radiates from the gambling activity in the immediate area. The second level has a more sophisticated feel, and hand-crafted cocktails reflect this chic atmosphere. At the top of the chandelier, guests are treated to a flirty lounge offering drinks tinged with floral elements and subtle flavors.

Queue Bar

This lounge has several couches and plentiful table and counter top gaming opportunities. The entry line for Marquee queues in Queue Bar.

Vesper Bar

Modern but elegant, this bar tips its hat to a sophisticated atmosphere the reflects the 1950s. The bar features a rotating menu of classic cocktails, many of which fell off of menus long ago. Vesper Bar, which is located right off of the hotel lobby, is open 24 hours a day and offers a breakfast menu in the morning.

Late Night Dining

The Henry offers 24-hour dining on the east end of the casino floor. Enjoy contemporary American classics whenever you feel the urge for a bite to eat. If you can find it, Pizzeria, located on the third floor down a long hall, offers slices of pizza late into the night. Holsteins and China Poblano are also open past midnight.

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