High rollers looking for exclusive gaming and swanky digs will have another option when the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas completes upgrades to its penthouse suites.
The Cosmopolitan has hired three interior designers to help create 21 VIP penthouse suites and a private gambling parlor at the top of the resort’s 51-story Boulevard Tower.
The new suites collectively will be called the Boulevard Penthouses, and are to be designed by Tihany Design in New York, Daun Curry, and Richmond International in London.
The project is part of a $300 million upgrade to the Cosmopolitan, as it undergoes a massive rebranding effort.
“These one-of-a-kind designer Boulevard Penthouses and private gaming salon are the final project to solidify the Cosmopolitan’s position atop the list of full-service luxury properties in Las Vegas,” said Cosmopolitan President and CEO Bill McBeath.
Each penthouse is to range in size from 2,000 square feet to 5,000 square feet, and all will occupy 63,000 square feet of hotel space. Some will feature a teal and “jewel” tones, while others will be more cobalt blue in nature.
“Our idea in partnering with these three outstanding designers was not to have 21 penthouses painted with the same brush, but to find creative partners who would bring the touches of residential high design to the hospitality space—the results will be unparalleled,” McBeath said.
Work already has gotten under way, and is to be completed by early 2017.