The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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I visited Las Vegas with my sister and two friends. We stayed at the Cosmopolitan Hotel for 5 days. We booked with Virgin Holidays and got a great deal with them, which includes the buffet breakfast for 5 days.I can't say that I was impressed with the flight - the plane was filled to capacity and surprisingly there were loads of stag parties, I had never been on a flight with so many rowdy men (the fight was probably 70% male... due to the number of drunkards on the plane the flight was delayed by about one hour. When we arrived we were collected by our limo driver and my sister received a bottle of champagne compliments of Virgin which was a lovely surprise.When we arrived at our hotel we were very impressed. The cosmo is slap in the middle of the strip. The reception is gorgeous. Around $10-$12 dollars to go most places on the strip via taxi.We was aware of the room tax, but only found out about the incidental fee about 3 weeks before going on the holiday - however it wasn't as bad as what we thought it would be.We had a standard room, and the room was amazing (especially as a standard room). The facilities in the hotel are fantastic. It is massive, clean and comfortable. We booked tickets for a daybed for Dais via the hotel concierge and we got a significantly better deal than if we had booked via the website. The discount was $1000 (that's right I didn't stutter)!!!We also booked tickets to watch circu de soleil via the concierge and again got a fantastic deal, so I would recommend using the concierge the discount was around $80 again a bargain.We didn't spend a lot of time in the hotel except to have breakfast which was crazy- so much food of an excellent standard. Oh actually we did spend a few hours at the pool one day, which was lovely.There is lots to do in LV, nightclubs, day parties, restaurants, concerts, excursions. Each hotel is a outing within itself.We saw Lil Wayne in concert at Drais, excellent. Because we use a VIP Host to get the concert tickets, there was no queuing for us (the queue was about 3 hours long), we literally walked past everyone!!!!!I would advise you to do your research, find out what you want to do and budget - LV is EXPENSIVE, for the 5 days I had spent approximately $2,800. (This is a lot of money especially due to the crap exchange rates of pounds to the dollar). If your looking to have fun and do a lot namely eat in good restaurants, excursions, day parties, nightclubs, table service, concerts, shopping in the massive mall, walk with your money otherwise you will be disappointed.If you walk with $1000 or less for a 5 day trip - you won't do very much trust me.I had a great time, and will go back as there were things I just didn't get round to seeing and doing.I would highly recommend this Hotel to anyone who wants to be centrally located on the strip.
Spent 4 nights here in a Terrace Studio with fountain view. It does offer one of the better views in Vegas with perfect views of the Bellagio fountains. Room upgrade was denied despite booking with Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts and having Marriott Platinum status. I did get to use the Autograph VIP checkin area to avoid the regular checkin line which apparently takes up to 45 minutes. Housekeeping was pretty inefficient and the room wasn't cleaned until the evening on 2 of the days. Turn-down was inconsistent and only done once during my stay. Empty amenity bottles and toilet paper rolls were not replaced. The room had a microwave, which is pretty useless. There was no coffee machine in the room which would have been much more useful than a microwave. Breakfast buffet at the Wicked Spoon was rather average and didn't have the largest selection of food. On the other hand, Momofuku was excellent and é by José Andrés is perhaps my favourite restaurant in Vegas.
I was first of all impressed by the friendliness and service of every employee. From the front desk, bell hops, doormen, cleaning staff were all so very nice and sincere. They made check in and check out so easy. The room was fantastic with a wonderful view.
Stayed here for four nights with two friends, everything was perfect! I didn't turn 21 until the 3rd day of the holiday so we didn't manage to go to the marquee club or make the most of the hotels bars, as we were also out of the hotel most of the time. However we got the gist that the prices were pretty standard for Vegas prices.The casino we visited on several occasions and was really large, although not as big as some of the others you're likely to visit particularly in some of the older hotels around!Highly recommend people visiting The Wicked Spoon for a buffet breakfast, only $25-30, with great service, fresh food and a massive range! We visited this most mornings as it was convenient and lovely. We didn't visit any of the other hotel restaurants during our stay but did go to the Golden Nugget when down Fremont St and it was awful in comparison!Our room was incredible, and we were fortunate enough to have an amazing view of the strip and Bellagio fountain show, breathtaking, particularly at night. The room was spotless too, and the maid did a fantastic job. However, I did notice a collection of dirt in between the mattress and the bed frame, although this was literally the only negative we noticed during the stay. We never managed to visit the pool which was disappointing, but we heard amazing things about it and it looked fantasticI stayed in The Excalibur hotel before when I was a child, and of course, in comparison this hotel definitely caters more to those in their 20's-30's rather than families and older couples. I'd definitely recommend everyone choosing this hotel though, especially as the location doesn't get much better too!I already want to come back to Vegas, and would definitely consider staying at this hotel again.
We had checked out this property a few times on previous visits to Vegas so it was on our to-do list. You can certainly find cheaper rooms in Vegas, but the experience here is very nice. The view of the Bellagio was tremendous from the balcony. The room itself was spacious and immaculate. The hotel does have excellent dining options which we took advantage of. We ate lunch at China Poblano (Mex) and had an excellent dinner at Scarpetta's. We did check out Rose Rabbit Lie, while the entertainment was well done, I was not impressed with the menu or the inflated prices. Eggslut was good for breakfast but the lines were very long. I did like the pizza at Secret Pizza (not too hard to find) and it was perfect for a late night bite. The Cosmopolitan offered a unique experience and the little touches make the difference. The lobby is amazing. The bars were beautiful, especially the Chandelier bar. We enjoyed our stay and will visit again.
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- 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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