Things to Do at The Cosmopolitan
Even though The Cosmopolitan is a bit smaller than other hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, it still manages to feature several pools, a large spa area and two fitness rooms.
The three distinct pools at The Cosmopolitan can be accessed from the fourth floor pool deck.
The Boulevard Pool is the largest of the three (though not as large as others in Las Vegas). Overlooking the Strip, the pool deck has been designed to turn into an open-air concert venue as needed. In this area, there is also a faux patch of grass with foosball tables, ping pong and other similar activities. Chairs and loungers are stacked on tiers on the northwest end of the deck. Concerts are frequently held on this pool deck.
The Marquee Dayclub Pool is an extension of Marquee, the resort’s nightclub. It features eight cabanas, all of which have individual infinity pools. There are also ten three-story bungalow lofts that offer living quarters and an open-air party deck. The day club pool is reserved for adults only.
The third pool, known as Bamboo Pool, has a more intimate vibe with different zones offering varying degrees of seclusion including a park-like environment with walkways and grassy banks.
Spa and Fitness Centers
The Cosmopolitan has a 43,000-square-foot spa with 30 treatment rooms, a salon and two fitness areas. The spa offers a dedicated space to Sahra Hammam, which combines body detoxification, steam treatments and cooling baths. The Hammam room is also open for guests to enjoy the steam, scrub and bath.
Other spa services include massage, body treatments, baths, skin care and nail care.
Guests can enjoy the full spa and fitness center with the purchase of any treatment. Those who would like to use only the spa and fitness center may purchase a pass from the spa.
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