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+The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hosted Empire of the Sun, GROUPLOVE, Young The Giant, Lana Del Rey and Ellie Goulding as part of its Valley to Vegas: Spring Concert Series

Valley to Vegas offers concertgoers the opportunity to see some of the most talked about artists, featuring many of the same artists appearing at Coachella, live at the most unique resort amidst the avant-garde of The Chelsea and the energetic social scene of Boulevard Pool. 

Week two of Valley to Vegas features two shows with Lorde on April 15 & April 16 (SOLD OUT), HAIM on April 17, and Foster the People on April 18. For tickets:

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+christopher barrious, Thanks! We're so glad to hear it. Both those shows were fantastic. Glad you enjoyed them. We have lots more shows on the lineup and more announcing soon. Hope to see you at future shows!
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A bohemian play on the Margarita, BOND’s Age Of Aquarius cocktail is made with Maestro Dobel Tequila, Grand POPPY Liqueur, guava juice, passion fruit purée, lemon juice & ginger syrup.

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For one day only, select rooms are just $140/night, including Terrace Studios and Terrace One Bedrooms with that famous fountain view. Offer ends at 6pm PST. Book now:

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Start your morning poolside with Overlook Grill’s breakfast sandwich: scrambled eggs, Canadian bacon, cheddar & Sriracha ketchup on a croissant.
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A sure sign of spring: Marquee Dayclub is now open daily at 11am, 7 days a week. 
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A nightly paradise. 
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When dining at Wicked Spoon, feel free to count carrot cake as a vegetable.
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Sounds perfect!
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You’re never too old to play dress up. Get ready for a night out with designer dresses and accessories that you can rent, flaunt, return at Rent The Runway. Open tonight until 10pm at the P2 Shops in the Eastside Tower.
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Foster The People returns to Boulevard Pool on Friday, April 18. Get your tickets now:
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The summer’s biggest bands are coming to Vegas. See Ellie Goulding, Lorde, Haim, Foster The People and more live on the mophie stage at Boulevard Pool: 
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3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3708 S Las Vegas BlvdUSNVLas Vegas89109
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a unique luxury resort offering a decidedly different perspective, situated in the heart of The Strip directly between CityCenter and Bellagio. The resort’s uniquely vertical multi-tower design offers spectacular views of the vibrant city. The new 2,995-room resort features oversized, residential-style living spaces with expansive, one-of-a-kind private terraces.
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Modern, ultra-chic casino hotel with elite dining & many rooms with balconies overlooking the Strip.- Google
People talk about terrace suite, mini bar, chandelier, marquee nightclub and east tower
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Frank Rizzo
reviewed a month ago
An excellent where all the beautiful people were hanging out. I loved it and the tables and the sports book are wonderful as well. I highly recommend that anyone that loves a good time and great service consider Cosmo.
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Richard Allen
reviewed 3 months ago
Very good hotel with helpful and friendly staff and a good location. The rooms are great, very large and most have amazing views/balcony. Probably a British nag; but no free wifi (about $15 a day), a hidden cost of the resort fee at the end of your stay and a slightly expensive breakfast. Bar those, the hotel is fantastic and would stay again.
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Jackie Cuyvers
reviewed 2 months ago
This is my favorite hotel in Las Vegas. From the moment you walk in the lobby with it's big video pillars with video art and lush interiors you're in another world. The rooms are nice and very large. If you have a choice - between the 2 queen beds or 1 king, choose the king bed. This gives you a better chance of having a small kitchenette, lounge and balcony. The average queen rooms don't seem to have these. There are multiple stores and restaurants in the casino, and their buffet Wicked Spoon is my favorite on the Strip. Just across the pedestrian bridge from the hotel is a CVS pharmacy - stock up on snacks, drinks, and other essentials for your room there as it's much cheaper to do so than from in the hotel or minibar. This hotel seems to be best fro 20-40 yr olds and has a very club vibe. I've now stayed there 4 times, and one of those was with a baby. While it didn't cater to kids, it wasn't unfriendly to babies. They were able to provide a crib and pack and play. There is excellent soundproofing in the rooms. Having stayed there I don't think I could stay anywhere else now. The location next to Bellagio and mid-Strip is great and the cool arty vibe is great.
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reviewed a month ago
After reading the negative posted reviews, we did take certain precautions to avoid the experiences of others. I will definitely say this is one of the most flawless hotel experiences we have ever had. Our room had a view of the Bellagio and a very spacious balcony. It was just all around awesome. Close to everything, well “Vegas close.” Be ready to walk no matter where you stay. Didn’t make it to the night club in the hotel but from what we heard and the line around the corner; take advantage of the hotel guest admission.
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Letty Canizalez
reviewed 2 months ago
Our entire stay was fabulous! We arrived Saturday afternoon on a busy weekend! The front desk staff was fresh and happy to accommodate my request of 2 rooms near each other. The views from our rooms were spectacular! We stayed in Studio Terrace...spacious and immaculate...showers are huge! Everyone was so great and friendly, including security! Shout-outs to valet, housekeeping and front desk! Thank you for making our first stay at the Cosmo our favorite one in Vegas! We will keep coming back!
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Daniel Black
reviewed 6 months ago
The Cosmo is the sh-t! While I've only stayed there twice, both visits were very enjoyable. One of the best aspects of the hotel is the overly large balconies that come standard with just about any room. I stayed in a large sweet with several friends and we legit had enough space for 40 guests on our balcony. The interior of the hotel is beautiful. If you've never been to Marquee, I highly recommend either attending during the day or night; both the pool party and nightclub are fabulous.
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