Newest Vegas Resort Looks To Turn Around Lackluster First Quarter Report

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ first quarter of operations is in the books, and despite its high occupancy rate, the newest resort on the Strip reported a $56.8 million loss, the company said Friday.

The Cosmopolitan, which cost Deutsche Bank AG $3.9 billion to complete, generated $104.9 million in first-quarter revenue. It’s a revenue figure far less than its neighbors — Bellagio or Aria — reported in the first quarter.

Bellagio earned $251.4 million in net revenue, while Aria generated $225 million in revenue. Both Aria and Bellagio benefited from an well-established database of customers, which The Cosmopolitan continues to develop.

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