AN UNCOMMON EXPERIENCE

“Eat me.” “Drink Me.” The words actually don’t appear anywhere in the new Alice in Wonderland-themed common area adjacent to the top level of Cosmopolitan’s Chandelier lounge, but they seem to be emanating from the nearby grab-and-go eateries, juice store and of course Chandelier’s bar.
Chandelier has long been the Cosmo’s showpiece attraction. The three-level gathering place offers drinks beneath, within and atop flowing strands of more than two million brilliantly faceted crystals.
Now guests have a new vantage point from which to enjoy this lavish lounge. The space is a trip through the looking glass with a prime view of the crystals, a storybook respite from the casino’s hustle and bustle. Enjoy an Eggslut sandwich and a Milkbar cookie in a chair shaped like a giant eggshell. Or experience the mouth-numbing sensation of Chandelier’s signature Verbena cocktail, under the watchful eye of an eight-foot March Hare or a smoking caterpillar. Commemorate it all with a social media post in front the 3-D scenes created by the 86-inch looking glass mirror. How else will you be able to prove it was real?

 

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