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Swanky new rooms atop Cosmopolitan said to ‘set new bar for luxury’

Las Vegas Strip Exteriors

Mikayla Whitmore

A view of the Cosmopolitan as seen from Rivea at Delano Las Vegas on Feb. 2, 2016. The Cosmopolitan is among hotels that is developing its own in-house tech talent to innovate and test new ideas.

One of the Strip’s newest luxury hotels will be growing in the coming months.

The Cosmopolitan announced this week the addition of 21 new top-floor rooms, called the Boulevard Penthouses, covering 63,000 square feet atop its Boulevard Tower.

Guests in the rooms, which range from 2,000 to 5,000 square feet, will also have access to a 2,300-square-foot private gaming salon and private terraces overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. The Boulevard Penthouses will be completed by the start of 2017, the hotel said.

"The Boulevard Penthouses at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas are going to set a new bar for luxury on the Las Vegas Strip,” said Cosmopolitan President and CEO Bill McBeath in a release. “They are beautifully spacious, tastefully done, and have a highly residential feel that we don’t believe currently exists in the market.”

Longtime Las Vegas hospitality designer Adam Tihany spearheaded the project, partnered with New York City-based interior designer Daun Curry and London-based Richmond International. The project is the first for both Curry and Richmond International in Las Vegas.

The 3,005-room Cosmopolitan opened in 2010. It features a 100,000-square-foot-casino, 150,000 square feet of convention space, the 40,000-square-foot Chelsea performing arts center and dozens of bars and restaurants.

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