The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Review
Even with windows that look out to the Strip (rare for casino game floors), the casino at Cosmopolitan feels cozy; a sense of intimacy is created by its long, narrow layout. The vast majority of the table games here are blackjack, and the craps pit often gets lively after dark. Also, most slot banks have their own television monitors. Still, we miss the Blackjack Switch tables casino officials removed in late 2012. Other drawbacks: The light-up roulette tables and the cramped sports book, which is located on the second floor, near where clubbers line up for Marquee. For easier wagering, hit the satellite betting window on the main casino floor inside Book & Stage.
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