You'll soon be able to watch a movie while ice skating high above the Las Vegas Strip.

Marking its eighth holiday season, the Cosmopolitan will again transform its rooftop Boulevard Pool into a winter wonderland overlooking the Strip. The Ice Rink, which is open from Nov. 20-Jan. 5, allows visitors a chance to enjoy skating on more than 4,200 square feet of real ice. 

Starting Monday, Nov. 25, the Cosmopolitan will show holiday movies on its 65-foot digital marquee while guests ice skate. 

Those who don't feel like skating can also reserve a fire pit to roast s'mores while enjoying a variety of holiday-themed cocktails such as the Egg Noggy Nog, Campfire Delight, Rebel without a Claus, Scrooged, White Elephant Game and The Griswold.

The holiday movie schedule is listed below:

Date                 6:30 p.m. Film                                     

Nov. 25             Jack Frost                    

Nov. 26             Home Alone                             

Dec. 2              Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town             

Dec. 3              National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation            

Dec. 9              Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas

Dec. 16             Santa Buddies                          

Dec. 17             Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure

Dec. 23             Elf

Dec. 24             The Grinch

Dec. 30             The Polar Express

All-day skating access is $25. Monday through Thursday, all day skating access for Nevada residents, hotel guests and military is $15. Skate aid seals and reindeers are available for $10 an hour. 

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