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Hotel of the week: The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas

The floor-to-ceiling video columns in The Cosmopolitan can make guests feel like they’re walking through fall foliage or “a cascade of bubbles.”

Vegas’s newest resort breaks from Sin City tradition, said Jay Jones in the Los Angeles Times. Sure, the 2,995-room complex has a large gaming floor and the “obligatory” nightclub. But it’s also serious about making sure non-gamblers can enjoy a week’s stay “without ever seeing a slot machine.” Its interior is “chameleon-like”: Floor-to-ceiling video columns can make guests feel like they’re walking through fall foliage or “a cascade of bubbles.” Artists in residence and eight clustered restaurants give the third floor a hip, urban feel. Another Vegas rarity: The rooms feature furnished balconies, inviting guests to enjoy their views and the warmth of the desert sun. cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

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