Here’s How The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas Is Remodeling For 2018

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It’s The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and you can’t expect less from their remodeling process. Here’s how the resort and casino continues to redefine luxury hospitality for 2018.


Just so you know they care, the selection process for the new look lasted 18 months. 20 designers engaged to bid on the project. Of those 20, eight were selected to present physical rooms on property for feedback. From those eight, four design firms, in addition to The Cosmopolitan’s own design team were finalized to begin.

“Where The Cosmopolitan is at today is a reinvention of the property that opened its doors more than six years ago,” stated Bill McBeath, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

THE DESIGN

400 employees and frequent-staying guests, from business to leisure travelers, were invited to tour the mock-up rooms and provide feedback. As it brilliantly should. Winning results lead to interiors inspired by both The Cosmopolitan’s in-house design team alongside Virserius Studio. Kicking off development this summer meant starting with guest rooms across both the Boulevard and The Chelsea Towers.

“The vision for this premium room collection at The Cosmopolitan was one of bold design and bright accents to complement the overall contemporary aesthetic,” said Therese Virserius, Founder of Virserius Studio.

Interiors of the Terrace rooms (Terrace Studio, Terrace One Bedroom, Terrace Suite) and Reception Suites have influences from Virserius Studio featuring inspiration by The Cosmopolitan and its premiere Las Vegas Location: edgy and sophisticated with jewel and gold touches and handcrafted patterns. Custom damask wall covering doubles as a canopy over beds including internationally-sourced artwork are standout elements you’ll notice

“Virserius Studio collaborated with The Cosmopolitan to ensure the utmost premium deliverables for guests, with a strong emphasis on luxurious comfort. Coupled with curated art pieces and statement- making detailing, this project honored the modern spirit of The Cosmopolitan alongside the history and vibrant essence of the Las Vegas Strip.”

Wraparound Terrace Suites and City Rooms & Suites, created by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, have an urban penthouse residential feel. Integrating the rooms with elements from the resort’s public areas like custom graffiti art, dramatic lighting, incredible wallpaper, and plush fabrics enriched with playful patterns.

THE TECHNOLOGY

Wouldn’t be a true remodeling without technology. Two words: virtual concierge. I just got chicken skin. The words are magic! In-room iPads allow you to: 1) make restaurant and spa reservations, 2) purchase show tickets, 3) order room service, 4) schedule wake-up calls, 5) adjust lighting and temperature, and if you’re traveling in groups, say weddings or convention business, you can 5) use the iPads to send organized messages to your guests for upcoming plans and events.

And as the Oxiclean guy Billy Mays would say, “But wait. There’s more!” TVs with a 65-inch display, offering leading entertainment programs including Hulu, YouTube, Pandora and Crackle, personal Bluetooth connectivity and en-suite Netflix. Say it with me, “Netflix.” Basically you’re going to visit Las Vegas, stay inside The Cosmopolitan, awe at their amazing remodeled rooms, and then unwind by watching Netflix. You’re not even going to go out. Yup. Sounds like a plan. I’m game. This is hospitality at its finest, is it not?

WHEN YOU CAN VISIT

Guests will be able to check-in and experience 2,895 of the resort’s 3,027 rooms remodeled after its full completion in 2018. Made first available to “Identity Members,” the resort’s all-inclusive rewards program. If you want to get on the list, information for membership access is your first step.

The problem as to why some businesses lose the “it” factor is because they’re so high up in their positions they lose touch of what’s happening down here. Not The Cosmopolitan. Clearly that’s a given with an 18 month selection process, 20 design applicants, and focus group.

“The past two years have been a transformative process that has reinvigorated gaming, food and beverage and will now include the complete redesign of our hotel rooms – they are bold, innovative and a direct reflection of our alluring brand,” said McBeath

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