The New Vegas Skyline as seen from West Vegas. Bellagio's south tower is at far left - followed by Cosmo's Beach Tower
and then Cosmo's Spa Tower. Vdara is next, followed by the Polo Tower and then City Center's Aria Hotel. Next are the two
Panorama condo towers, with the Monte Carlo behind them. Then is the MGM Grand, with New York, New York at far right.
This photos shows the front of the Vdara Hotel (on left). Vdara soars 57 stories high. The south-face of the
Cosmopolitan's (west-back) Spa Tower is seen, to the right of Vdara, standing 50 floors tall. This is the Cosmo
tower that sits behind the Cosmo's Beach Tower which is located on the very edge of the Las Vegas Strip.
Looking southward from the Strip Bridge, close to Cosmoplitan's Upper South Entrance. The Cosmo-to-Harmon Bridge
is seen on right, along with a small section of the Harmon Hotel's front. This bridge and walkway leads to the top
level of Crystals' Mall (from where you can continue walking all the way into Beso Nightclub & the Aria Hotel.
Day-view looking northward up the Strip shows walkers crossing the bridge that leads from the Harmon Hotel
to the Cosmo and the (PH-Cosmo) bridge that crosses the Strip. Planet Hollywood is on the right, followed
by the Paris Hotel, Eiffel Tower, Ballys and Flamingo hotels.
This view (taken from near the Paris Hotel) looks slightly south-west towards the front of the Cosmopolitan's
street-level casino glass-facade. There is a recessed Center Entrance into the casino, right on the Strip Sidewalk.
If you look very, very close you may be able to see that center-entrance (with small white sign above the door).
View looking northward up the Strip.The Cosmopolitan's main, center, street-side entrance is seen where the indentation
of metal framing juts inward (at left, near where the group of palm trees are planted). There is another (north) entrance
(unseen here) at the north end of The Cosmopolitan, which allows easy entrance from the Bellagio and the
pedestrian cross-walk that people use when coming from Paris Hotel and Planet Hollywood's north stairways.
Directly across the boulevard from the Cosmo's center entrance is the front of the Aladdin, then Paris,
Ballys & Flamingo. Treasure Island and Trump's International Tower are seen at the distant bend in the road.
This night-view shows the blaze of colored-lights that patrons in the Cosmopolitan's casino area will be able to
look out upon through the Cosmo's (first of its kind) all glass, casino facade over to Planet Hollywood.
View looking south-west from PH-to-Cosmo Bridge. Harmon Hotel, Aria, Crystals, Veers, Mandarin & NYNY.
The red car (at right) is coming off of West Harmon Road, the vehicular entrance-road to Cosmo and its parking garage.
Looking northward from near the front driveway entrance to City Center (near the Strip). The escalators
lead up to the bridge that goes from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel to Crystals' Mall. The two Veer towers are
at left. Cosmo's rear tower can be seen between the Veer towers. The south-front entrance to Crystals is where
the bridge ends. The Harmon Hotel is seen above Crystals entrance. Cosmo's front (Strip-side) tower is just
beyond the Harmon Hotel. Part of Planet Hollywood is seen at right.
Photo from the entrance into City Center shows Aria Hotel, Veer Towers and the pedestrian bridge into Crytals south entry.
This bridge leads to the Cosmo. On the right can be seen the two Cosmopolitan Hotel towers and the top of Harmon Hotel.
People strolling along the Strip sidewalk in front of Ballys. From the middle to the far right, you can see the
Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the Harmon Hotel and the two towers of Cosmopolitan, with Vdara at the edge.
Cosmopolitan Hotel's Terrace Rooms, with balconies, are seen beyond Bellagio's Sign. Views from these
outdoor patios will provide incredible vantage points for watching the Bellagio's fountain displays.
View of the Strip-side Cosmopolitan Beach Tower, looking westward, 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.
This photo shows Cosmopolitan's Strip-facing pool-deck and its North, street-level, pedestrian entry
into its casino area.
Notice the green, translucent panels and the north entrance's door-sign (behind the word "copyright").
Cosmo also has a center entrance, into the first-floor casino area, on the Strip sidewalk.
The westward view of City Center as seen from Dean Martin Road, alongside the I-95 Freeway. Vdara Hotel is seen at left with the
West Cosmopolitan Spa Tower right next to it (beyond the video-billboard on Frank Sinatra Drive). Aria
Hotel is seen to the right
of Cosmoplitan. The I-15 freeway is also visible here, as is the black, metal-fence that hides Aria's three swimming pools.
The Harmon Overpass, which leads into City Center and Cosmopolitan's vehicle-entrance, is slightly seen at far-left.
This architectural model of City Center shows the various hotels and condominiums in the Cosmopolitan neighborhood.
The lot for The Cosmo is marked with a red circle. To Cosmo's immediate right (north) is the Bellagio's south tower.
South of the Cosmo (on left) is Vdara (next to Bellagio's tower). The West Harmon Roadway is seen winding thru
the area between Aria Hotel (rear-center). Then is the (blue) Harmon Hotel, Crystals' Mall's store-front(Strip-side),
the two Veer Tower condominiums (greenish-yellow), and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel (left).
The bridge (left of red-dot) leads from The Cosmo and over to the Crystal Mall north entrance. From that entry
pedestrians can reach the stores, club, pub and restaurants inside Crystals or continue to the Aria Hotel.
Las Vegas Strip & The Cosmopolitan in 3-D
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Parts of the Cosmopolitan Hotel can be seen at :14-:30, :43-:45, :51-:54, 1:14-1:17, 1:25-1:30, & 1:42-1:55.
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