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Drinks with Hemingway? Try the library room at Marquee.
In the Vegas tradition of opulent supper clubs like Tao and Lavo comes Sin City’s latest star, Marquee. This 60,000-square-foot club set within the shiny new Cosmopolitan encompasses seven separate bars, a pool patio and a three-story tower — big enough for even the most animated cabbage-patcher. 
The venue itself is divided into three lavish rooms of divergent musical experiences. The serious clubber will want to report to the plush Main Room, where a 40-foot LED-bedecked deejay booth serves as pulsing centerpiece. For the more urbane club enthusiast, there’s the Library Room: a luscious literary space complete with a fireplace, billiard table and, naturally, plenty of vintage books. On the lower level there’s the intimate Boom Box Room, which features extensive views of the Strip. 

Steve Basilone, Custom Publishing Writer

Marquee Nightclub
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.