The 12 Best Hotels and Suites in Las Vegas


Bungalow Living Area

A multi-billion dollar venture which opened its doors in December 2010, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a unique addition to the Strip’s burgeoning list of luxury hotels.

Boasting panoramic views, extravagant amenities and outstanding service, The Cosmopolitan successfully combines the vibe of a boutique hotel with the grandeur of a gaming resort. With the impressive David Rockwell-designed Marquee Nightclub, and the distinct pool district offering a daytime experience equally as vibrant, the hotel has emerged as the place to be seen, day or night. Whether it’s shopping at high-end stores such as menswear boutique Stitched, or dining at one of the hotel’s delectable restaurants, The Cosmopolitan has it all. Headed by John Unwin, previously of Caesars Palace Las Vegas, The Cosmopolitan guarantees a standard of luxury and experience way beyond the its years.


Bungalow Bedroom

Why we love it: Spanning three floors, the Bungalow at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is stunning on every level. Combining rich red and brown hues with lavish furnishings and state-of the-art amenities, the suite is created to cater to every comfort and convenience the elite traveler desires. With an astounding attention to detail every aspect of the Bungalow is designed to surprise and impress, from the leather handrails guiding you up the red-carpeted stairs, to the oversized full-length mirrors revealed as TVs when switched on. Outside, the suite also encompasses a 750-square-foot terrace, with a rooftop Jacuzzi plungepool and dazzling views of the Las Vegas Strip.




  • Square footage: 1,695
  • Nightly rate: $15,000

Cindy O’Keefe, VP of Hotel Operations

+1 702 698 7000

3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, 89109

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