The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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Stayed for 5 nights in Jan and this is an excellent option in LV.Centrally located there is food and shopping options just across the road linked by foot bridge. Hard Rock is just across also which has some great show options.The hotel itself is big without being ridiculous which for me is preferable, easy to navigate and find people. Loads of (expensive) bars and restaurants but it is Vegas! They vary from relaxed to where you have to pay $50 just to sit down!The buffet is famous and is great for breakfast though at $35 it would want to be, apparently the Bellagio which is next door is the best value. Eggslut is great for a quick bite in the morning and they have a very good steak place and also a burger place. There are loads of other food options in there as well.Rooms are spacious as expected, good bed and shower, pillows are very soft.Loads of different gaming options.Would stay again without doubt.
A huge hotel on the strip that catered for meetings, conferences and holiday makers. Cheap as chips for valet parking and close to many of the main attractions.Food in the buffet was ok, but didn't set the world on fire. The casino was big, but didn't appear to be popular each time I walked through.Room was clean, fresh and had excellent views. I love the reception area pillars that have screens on that change their video every so many minutes. Some impressive art and style shown, much of it with a retro look. So amazing, that i spent an hour there one evening just watching the changing scenery on the pillars.Staff were very helpful and friendly.
The hotel is absolutely beautiful. We had a suite with a fabulous view. It's very luxurious and comfy at the same time. The Wicked Spoon buffet was delicious and even had gluten free desserts. Best buffet in Las Vegas! Definitely will come here again.
We stayed at the Cosmo this weekend for our first trip to Vegas and it was dazzling! Our terrace room in the East tower was beautiful and the view was to die for!! The bathroom was on point- shower stall that lead in to a large soaking tub. Just lovely! We enjoyed drinks at the beautiful chandelier and of course had late night pizza at Secret Pizza. Only good things to say about food options here!I was however, disappointed with the service (esp housekeeping) at this resort. The night we arrived we had chewed gum sitting on the bathroom vanity!!! Gross. Gross. (But written off as a mistake anyone could make...) Further, we were taking a red eye flight home so when I checked in, I arranged for a 3pm check out on our departure date for an extra $80. I arranged this when we checked in but at 1 pm, just as we had laid down to take a nap prior to leaving, housekeeping called to ask why we were still in our room. I explained that we had reserved a late check-out but they said this wasn't noted anywhere. I called he front desk and they had no record of this either. They assured me they would take care of it and I happily laid back down to nap before our flight. 45 minutes later housekeeping knocks, then WALKS IN our room asking why we hadn't checked out. Finally we packed up and left. Upon check-out no one asked how my stay was so I had to bring up the problem. The person from desk stated they hadn't seen a note about my late check out until earlier that day. As if he didn't believe I had previously arranged this. I finally said I was unwilling to pay for the late check out as I didn't receive the benefit of the extra hours in my room (an extra nap!?!) and finally, he talked to a manager and they offered me half off the originally quoted $80. I guess I am just overall disappointed in the service quality at this hotel.... Our friends stayed close by at the Aria and had a similarly beautiful room but also superior service. There are too many beautiful resorts in Vegas to stand on amenities alone. Step up, Cosmo!
I know the Cosmopolitan doesn't need another raving review on how awesome their rooms are, or about all amazing food options they have, or how every worker we seemed to stumble across was friendly and smiling or even about how tight their slots are haha.We were so excited to stay at the Cosmopolitan this past December, we normally stay at the Aria or the Mandarin if we are feeling swanky but we landed on Christmas Day and got the room at a super rate a few months prior.We got to the hotel about 9PM on Christmas night. The woman at the front desk was super personable. Right when we walked up I thanked her for working on Christmas, and we exchanged stories about her daughters Christmas and my niece's Christmas and I just really appreciated her enthusiasm considering it was a holiday and there was a long line of people behind us.We had a City View room and were upgraded to a suite! SCORE! That was about all the luck we had in Vegas this trip- but so it goes. Got up to our room and everything was perfect. It was super spacious and clean with a huge tub, balcony view of the Bellagio Fountains and all. The bed had just the right amount of firmness, and like all Vegas hotels- too many pillows haha.The one thing which really doesn't matter is that our closet handle was broken off when we got there (the door to the one w the safe) and a couple other door handles were loose- so we just didn't touch them. I had thought we should report it so we didn't get charged but we weren't ever questioned so I suppose they already had record of it.The GYM! So far this is my best gym experience on the strip; it's a legit gym with a substantial amount of cardio equipment, but they also had a bag for boxing, kettle bells readily available, free weights and barbells and a good number of mats and box jumps for multiple member usage. They also had tennis courts (the pool was closed.) We went in the afternoon once and it was virtually empty, but on our last morning around 10am it was packed, and felt like we were at 24 hour fitness in Oakland but whatever- a workout is always a win in Vegas.So we've dined in this hotel in the past but decided to try as much as we could-EggSlut: I've been to the one in LA; the one difference I can recall is that the line although daunting is way faster then the one in LA (you can read my review), also you can't substitute the bread for a biscuit (or at least it wasn't a menu option!) This place is light years better than Earl of Sandwiches, in case you are choosing.Secret Pizza: Seriously the best secret on the strip; we went here 3x in 4 days!Wicked Spoon: We waited for 20m to get to the line where you actually wait; and ended up paying the $25ea to just get seated, even w the additional cost I'd say it's worth it. Not for me personally cause I don't stuff myself; but time is money - esp in Vegas.
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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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