The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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Came here as part of a convention at the Mandalay Bay and stayed here because they are affiliated with Marriott and wanted the points. There was a convenient shuttle bus to the MB. However, it is not typical of Marriott as there are no perks for Marriott elite members with the exception of a late check-out. They have an Autograph lounge but it only serves coffee from 6am-noon and small bottled water (although you have to ask for the water). This is not the kind of executive lounge that Marriott hotels typically have. The reservation did not show up on my Marriott app and two days after check-out still no Marriott points. I was never told as a Marriott Elite member I could have checked in at the Autograph lounge and waited 20 minutes to check in - which was a long process.Overall, however, I had a good stay. On the positive side, the room is very contemporary. There were plenty of outlets and nice amenities. The room itself was not huge (which is fine with me) but the bathroom was. They have an unusual shower with a windowed side to the main bedroom (fortunately, you can close the pull down shade). However, I really liked the shower for its roominess, temperature and pressure. Housekeeping was excellent, but no nightly turndown service. My only complaint was the bed was a bit sagging - probably due to wear. My room on the 35th floor overlooked the Bellagio fountains, which was nice. As far of the public areas, it was great to be able to get in and out and to the restaurants without going through the first floor casino. The front desk, and main entrance are in the back with easy access to taxis and Uber/Lyft rides. There is easy access to a walkbridge over LV Blvd to get around, and a 24 hour Walgreens across the street (and McD if so inclined). They have minibars in the room but still... I tried the EggSlut and Henry restaurants for breakfast - both were excellent and all staff were extremely customer friendly. I could not get into the other restaurants. Hotel guests get no priority - a bummer. I did go to the Wicked Spook buffet - the line was extremely long, but they have a "Express" to-go meal for half price ($20). I was able to fill the box up with more than I could/should have eaten inside and was able to eat in my room.Check out was a breeze. The negatives were few but annoying. I already mentioned how annoyed I was not being able to find a restaurant for dinner as a hotel guest and the lack of Marriott perks, which were my basic concerns. There was a hello and goodbye switch at the door. If hello was pushed all the lights in the room went on and goodbye shut them off. OK, but there was no way to put the desk light on otherwise. Overall, I enjoyed the hotel and would stay here again. However, my experiences at the regular Marriott hotel and Renaissance were much better as a Marriott Elite member and I probably would rather stay at one of those, if convenient. As far as casino hotels go, many people said this was one of the best, although other said the Mandalay Bay was equivalent. Everyone who stayed at the MGM Grand said they were disappointed.
Overall, we highly recommend the Cosmopolitan. We never left the hotel! Everything we could have wanted during our 24 hours in Vegas we found at the Cosmopolitan. The hotel check in was quick and easy. Our room was clean, modern and spacious. The view of the Bellagio fountains from our private balcony did not disappoint. The hotel itself is very new and modern and didn't have the stale cigarette smell of some of the other Vegas hotels. I would guess that this hotel is targeted towards a younger, trendier demographic. It focuses on food, beverage and nightlife rather than having a "theme." There were many dining options in the hotel. We enjoyed the burgers at Holsteins and the tasting menu at China Poblano. We'd recommend both! We also had cocktails at the Chandelier Bar and at Jaleo. To top the night off, we went ice skating at the rink by one of the pools. It was a little small and crowded but we still had a blast...it was unexpected given how warm it was.
When we go to Las Vegas, we usually stay at the Cosmopolitan. It is part of the Marriott rewards program, and so are we. That is certainly one of the reasons we stay here.The hotel is one of the newest hotels on the Las Vegas strip. It is well-maintained and there are no signs of wear. The rooms are very well appointed, with many of them having balconies. In the past, we've stayed in the city room, with balcony and one bedroom suite, with balcony. The one bedroom suite also have full cooking facilities. I would suggest, if possible getting a room with a balcony overlooking the Bellagio waters, down below. Quite relaxing and entertaining.The service at this hotel is great, from the check-in to Bell service to room service, housekeeping. The staff is very friendly, very friendly, and helpful.Like all of the strip hotels, this has a large casino. It also has a fascinating bar in the center of the casino with a two-story chandelier. Quite magnificent. There are a number of different restaurants within the Cosmopolitan Hotel property, along with some shopping.The property is located on the corner of the Las Vegas strip and Harmon Avenue, which is fairly centrally located to the other hotels. Transferring to other hotels, or shows, is easily accomplished by cab or within a short walking distance. Across the street is the Miracle Mile, which is part of Planet Hollywood, which boasts tons of shopping. Kitty corner is the Crystals Center, which has a number of higher end shops.I would recommend this hotel to anyone that can appreciate a new, almost European-style hotel. Also the fact it belongs to the Marriott Rewards Program, makes it desirable. Once again, great staff and service.
Although not like a typical Vegas hotel entirely it is still as good as it comes. Easily the most modern, young persons hotel on the strip with some of the best restaurants (wicked spoon buffet and Eggslut to name a few)Worth the money completely for a Bellagio fountain view room. It is so good and worth paying that bit more to have the most unlimited views. Also the rooms are huge is you get the suite, so all round 5/5
I booked this site blindly not knowing anything about the property except it was near the conference I was attending. Room was large, great shower, jacuzzi tub, fridge and view. I was on the 54th floor and had an unimpeded view of the watershow of the dancing fountains. It was so pretty to see from the wonderful balcony. There are a quite a few of good quality restaurants on site. Room service was actually pretty good as well. I recommend it and was shocked to learn it was a Marriott property.
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- 2995 rooms
- 3 pools
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- Full bathroom with marble floors
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- Sliding glass doors open to a private furnished terrace
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- Telescoping doors separate living area from bedroom area
- Large Japanese soaking tub in bathroom with views of the skyline
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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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