Cosmopolitan Penthouse Suites Free, For A Price

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The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino has just launched an initiative in an attempt to fill up is 21 new Boulevard Penthouse suites. These amazing rooms in Las Vegas have an incredible view of the Bellagio Fountain, as well as a drink cabinet with bottles of Louis XII Black Pearl cognac, which are said to cost $56 000 each. To cap it all off, guests have a fleet of chauffeured luxury SUVs, should they need to go anywhere.

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Cosmopolitan Penthouse Suite For No Cost, Sort of

Each of these 21 suites has been individually designed by Adam Tihany, a world famous interior designer. There’s a grand piano, and there’s even 24-karat gold used in the décor. People who are fortunate enough to stay in one of these penthouse suites will also have a personal butler and a private gaming room. You’d imagine that all this luxury would come at a very hefty price tag. Well, you’d be right, and wrong.

The actual fee for staying in one of these suites is nothing. That’s right; it is 100% free to stay. However, before you call the Cosmopolitan and book your room, there is one small catch. In order to stay in one of these rooms, you’d need to guarantee you’ll buy in for $1 million at the gaming tables in the high-roller lounge.

Cosmopolitan Aims To be Top High Roller Destination

This forms part of a new strategic initiative from the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino to attract more high rollers to the casino. Some reports have suggested that these rooms have been vacant since 2010. However, renovations have been carried out during this period. The renovations are now complete, and the rooms are ready to receive their VIP guests.

The renovations to the rooms were bankrolled by the Blackstone Group, which took ownership of the Las Vegas hotel in 2014. It aims to turn the Cosmopolitan into a genuine high-roller destination. The Cosmopolitan has a smaller casino than many of its rivals, so it has previously relied on its restaurants and club venues to draw in players. Now, it hopes to become the go-to destination for high-rollers.