Wednesday, May 16, 2012

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: The Casino Floor

The Cosmopolitan's gaming floor is spread along a narrow corridor
reflecting the slender footprint of the hotel property.
(photo: TheHopefulTraveler)
What it's all about when it comes to Las Vegas resorts: the casino. The gaming floor at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is not the sprawling space that is characteristic of casinos on the Strip. Because of the narrow acreage that is the footprint the hotel, the casino which occupies the ground floor has an oblong feel. Although a main walkway through the casino curves here and there, it's really one path that runs the entire length of the casino.

The 100,000 square foot casino includes over 80 table games and 1,478 slot machines. Machines range in dominations from penny to $500 amounts. Some slots are only located steps away from the Strip in a section called the Boulevard Casino that has one unique element for a casino: windows. Interactive directories located throughout the casino assists to help guests find their favorite slots. A casino floor concierge desk is also available with any questions.

Those wishing for a moment of libation on the casino floor have a choice of five bars and lounges: the Vesper Bar, Book & Stage, Queue Bar, The Chandelier and Bond. Also located on the casino level is the Cosmopolitan's 24-hour restaurant The Henry offering classic dishes.

Map of the casino floor.
The unique design of the Cosmopolitan's has been thoughtfully
applied to every corner of the casino floor.
The Cosmopolitan's Boulevard Casino offers windows offering views
into and outside of the casino.
(above photos: TheHopefulTraveler)


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