The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights and do not have any complaints. There was a bit of a line for check in but once you get to the counter, the staff is so pleasant and welcoming that you forget about that line you just stood on. They were very accommodating and would do their best to fulfill any requests. My suite was breathtaking. It was more than I could have asked for as far as space, cleanliness, and overall comfort. (It was larger than a NYC apartment - for anyone familiar with the average size of a NYC apartment). The living space was beautiful and stylish and the bedroom was comfortable. I had a stunning view overlooking the Bellagio's water show off of the wrap around balcony. Housekeeping was also very helpful and attentive. I did not use the spa services however I did workout in their gym and I must say this is one of the most impressive hotel gyms I've been to. They have tons of cardio machinery (bikes, ellipticals, treadmills, etc.) along with various weight machines, free weights, a room for stretching/boxing/do your own workout, bosus, kettle-bells, etc - lots of options and again very impressive. The location of the hotel is also nice, pretty much in the middle of the strip/action so you can walk easily get to any other hotel within a few minutes walk. If you use Uber/Lyft, the pick up/drop off location at the hotel is convenient. I had the hotel food a few times and it was tasty. Never had any issues with the food quality. The casino was nice with lots of tables and slot machines available. My only complaint at the casino would be that I wish they had tables with smaller minimum bets (only because I'm not much of a gambler). Overall I had a wonderful stay and would definitely stay here again.
This was a great surpriseWe visit LV every 6 months or so and have never stayed here but will definitely return.Beautiful accommodations, clean and over the top friendly team.Jesse at the reception desk went above and beyond and could not have been more friendly, his customer service was outstanding.Thank you Jesse!
This place was very gorgeous! My friends and I stayed in a suite and we are so happy with our decision! The rooms were spacious, the casino part was great, there is always so much stuff to do there as well! We will be back.
The Cosmopolitan is one of the best hotels I've stayed at in Vegas. The rooms were clean and spacious, the service was friendly and the hotel itself has a great deal to offer. The room service is a bit slow, but that was the only downside.
Cosmo is the hippest, fanciest casino-hotel in Vegas that attracts the youngest most beautiful people, and the rooms (designed as condos not hotel rooms) have useful features and are very guest friendly. Nonetheless the hotel is quite flawed….Rooms: The studio suite and 1BR suite have sitting areas, 2 TVs, a Jacuzzi bath, and a fridge and Microwave, and a terrace frequently with a Bellagio fountain view. What’s not to like? Well quite frankly, the rooms are more flashy than elegant; even with all the lights on and the curtains open they are dark, and the cleaning staff does not do a thorough job. The rooms at the Wynn/Encore are better designed and “happier," and the rooms at Aria are more elegant than flashy. If I didn’t love my host, practicality and the location/convenience of the Cosmo, and the sportsbook area, I would stay at Encore or Aria or Vdara for their rooms. Cleanliness/Housekeeping: Maybe it’s generational, but both the rooms (housekeeping) and the bar (wait staff) were not taken care of. An entertaining story about the bathroom: I take baths in hotels – they relax me. But I am aware that they may not be properly cleaned (have read on-line stories “never take a bath in a hotel”) so I quickly do a soap and washcloth cleaning before my first bath. No I am not a clean freak but this just makes sense. Well on arrival I looked in the bath, saw a few small hairs and a couple of fingernail clippings. So I called housekeeping (first time in 20 years!) and they sent someone over to clean. After cleaning the bath she asked if I wanted anything else – I said no. But afterwards I looked around and saw that there were some smudges and dirt in the shower area, so I cleaned myself and told management. And just as a test, before leaving the next day I pulled 3 hairs from my head and left them in the bathtub. When I came back after the room was cleaned, one was still there – obviously housekeeping is more about speed than thoroughness.And as for the bar – I sat down at the Chandelier Bar and there were about 10 dirty classes – I moved them to the side to make a space for me ( I will upload a photo). There were 3 bartenders on duty. It was 10 minutes before any of them bothered to clear them away, and they still left four. What???Casino: The Casino layout is easy to navigate and there is a choice of games – if you play BJ you can play a nice 8-deck game with 3-2 odds at $25 minimum. If you need to do a $15 minimum you have to play 6-5 which is not acceptable – in that case you should switch to video poker or craps to minimize your losses. Dealers and wait staff are pleasant.Sports Book is run by Cantor Gaming which means you get good odds and lots of choices. And the bar next to it is overcrowded during football season – great if you don’t mind crowds.The buffet is overpriced but very good to excellent, China Poblano used to be good but some new dishes stink (e.g., way too much cumin in the dumplings), Secret Pizza is good by west coast standards but no better than average by NY or Chicago standards, STK is very happening but food is B+ only. I do like the Greek place - Milos.The gym is full of new equipment and quite frankly packed in the mornings! But very nice.If you want eye candy you will find it in droves – a very young beautiful crowd.So if you are going to Vegas with friends for sports, food, action and convenience - stay at the Cosmo. If you want a couples trip for a weekend of peace, relaxation, opulence, and luxury I recommend Wynn/Encore, or maybe Aria/Vdara or Mandarin Oriental if your budget permits.
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- Items of a personal nature
- 2995 rooms
- 3 pools
- Hot tub
- Cabanas (fee)
- Tennis court
- Spa (fee)
- Fitness centre (fee)
- Whirlpool Sauna/steam room
- Wi-Fi Internet (fee)
- Gift shop
- Shopping boutiques
- Laundry and dry cleaning
- Business centre
- Conference facilities
- Tour desk
- Free self-parking
- Free valet parking
Terrace 1 Bedroom Premium View room includes:
- 1 king bed with a queen sofa bed (on request)
- Flat screen LCD TV
- Full bathroom with marble floors
- 24-hour room service (fee)
- Hair dryer
- Alarm clock
- Iron/ironing board
- In-room safe
- Mini-bar (fee)
- Kitchenette including a microwave and refrigerator
- Sliding glass doors open to a private furnished terrace
- Panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline (Strip view on request)
- Telescoping doors separate living area from bedroom area
- Large Japanese soaking tub in bathroom with views of the skyline
- Minimum 1 adult, maximum 2 children, maximum 3 guests total
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The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasLas Vegas,United States
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3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-4309
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