The Cosmopolitan Vegas Hotel as seen from the Planet Hollywood Hotel looking South. The outdoor, veranda-patio
(where the palm trees are seen) will allow visitors to view the surrounding hotels and street activity on the Strip below.
The Cosmo's hotel rooms also allow guests to go outside onto their room balconies to view City Center, the hourly
Bellagio water-show, the view of Paris' Eiffel Tower, plus see the view from Caesars to the Mirage & beyond.
This is a first for any Vegas hotel - where guests normally can't even stick their head's outside their window.
The Mardi Grais party atmosphere, which allows hotel guests to stand outdoors from high vantage points,
will provide a revolutionary new way to fully experience the Las Vegas Strip right from one's own room.
Behind Cosmopolitan's new video-billboard is City Center's Harmon Hotel, seen with its
window-wrap sign advertising Cirque du Soleil's 'Viva Elvis' nightly show at Aria Hotel.
Photographer Erik Wunstell & WestVegas.com Present:
A Look at the Newest Casino-Hotel In Las Vegas!
As the staff at The Cosmopolitan Vegas rush to prepare their Gala Grand Opening, I am like-wise
doing all I can to document our city's first, new hotel since the opening of City Center in 2009.
I've photographed every new Vegas hotel's construction and completetion since 1998 starting with
Bellagio, Paris, Mandalay Bay, Venetian, Palms, New Aladdin, Wynn Las Vegas, Encore & City
Center hotels. Now it's time to show what The Cosmo is all about to local & world web-viewers.
This Cosmo hotel looks like it will be lots of fun and ultra-modern where almost every room offers a
mesmerizing balcony experience over-looking the very center of Las Vegas Strip action. Plus unique
rooms, amenities, service and nightlife unavailable anywhere else in town. From its huge Marquee Night
Club, to its pool-deck and casino that are placed to overlook all the action on Las Vegas Boulevard, along
with its first of a kind bars, lounges, special shops and multitude of fine restaurants - The
is ready to heighten the entire Vegas Experience and Up-The-Ante ten-fold.
So, please take a look at the photos on this "first-of-seven webpages" about the newest hotel in LV.
As the days and months progress I'll be sure to present photos to show you the sights and activities
that will emanate from this wonder-filled addition to our amazing city. Return here often to see what's new.
The two, 50+ story towers of The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Hotel will have their Grand Opening on December 15th, 2010.
Room reservations can be made on their website, and more Cosmopolitan info & photos can be seen on my following webpages.
Looking southward down the Strip from Flamingo Road. The Cosmopolitan Hotel is seen on right, beyond
Bellagio's sign.Cosmopolitan LV has nearly 3,000 rooms and each of its two towers are 50 stories tall.
View of the front of Crystals' Mall, the Harmon Hotel (blue) and the front Cosmopolitan Beach Tower (right) with
the Cosmo Spa Tower (middle) between Crystals and Harmon Hotel - looking north-west from (south of) the
Harley-Davidson Cafe. The Bellagio's roadsign is seen at far right.
Photo (looking north-westerly) from the Strip. This view is from the eastside of Las Vegas Boulevard, across the
street from the Mandarin Hotel at City Center. Part of the Mandarin is seen at far left. Next (in background) are
the structures that compose the Aria Hotel. The two, tall, yellow-green, leaning buildings are the Veer Towers.
This north-westerly photo was taken from the east-edge of the Cosmo-to-Planet Hollywood Bridge. The unique, glass front
of the Cosmo Casino is seen at left. There is a front, steet-side entrance (unseen) at left and another entrance at
the right-north-corner of the building (near Bellagio's road-sign).
Caesars Palace and Collesium are seen in center-left. Then is the Mirage. Trump Tower (gold) is seen
on the right with Treasure Island just below. The Planet Hollywood road-sign is at the right-edge.
Sunrise photo looking northward up the Strip from the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Harmon Road. The Strip
divides Harmon Road into east and west sections. East Harmon Road is on the right. West Harmon Road is on the left
(notice the headlights of the truck on West Harmon, underneath the Harmon-to-Cosmo Bridge). West Harmon Road
leads to the Cosmopolitan's Car Entrance with its underground parking lot capable of holding 3,000+ parked cars.
Aria Hotel is at far left. Then the Harmon Hotel, with part of Vdara Hotel behind it. On right are the two Cosmo towers.
Notice the bridges and walkways. From Cosmo, people can easily walk to City Center or across to Planet Hollywood & Paris.
This view of the Cosmopolitan Beach Tower, looking westward, was taken from the steps at Planet Hollywood.
The Bellagio's (southern) tower addition is seen on the right, along with Bellagio's roadsign and pedestrian
entryway. The edge of Planet Hollywood's upper video-facade is seen at left with the (blue) Harmon Hotel
seen next to that. City Center's Aria Hotel is seen in the distant background.
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