The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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This is great hotel in Las Vegas with a lot different restaurants from burgers, steak, Japanese, Pizza ... and shops. I would try the Buffet at Wicked Spoon. It located walking distance right next to the City Center via bridge on the upper flows.
We arrived from Australia at midnight so lost a day, but were able to book into the room as soon as we arrived. I found it a little too funky for my taste, very modern, the room we had was lovely, a suite overlooking fountain at Bellagio. I have lung disease so I was not good with the smell of smoke that wafted through the airconditioning - our room smelled of smoke for the entire stay and we were on the non smoking floor.....so must be air con that it comes through. The vent in the 2nd toilet was the worst. The bars in the hotel were beautiful, particularly the Chandelier Bar but be careful, we booked drinks to our room, then paid a tip in cash, but when I checked out another $20 had been added to the bill unbeknown to me, the lovely receptionist on checkout took the $20 off our bill, but it left a sour note in my mind about the place. I had dinner at the Scarpetta restaurant which I found nothing Italian about it, I preferred to eat at the Venetian as it was more authentic. The service was also very poor at Scarpetta, we paid a lot of money for the meal ($268) and there was only two of us, our table was lopsided and the waiter never fixed it, although he promised to, it kept moving and the glass he brought us had a crack in it and he left it. It was pretty poor to be honest, the next hotel Aria had a beautiful restaurant called Ocean Maestro and it was sensational, although a little pricier, was well worth it. I couldn't stand the smoke in the poker machine room, we were offered "free drinks" but asked for $5 each for tips so we may as well have bought drinks, bit of a rip off I felt. I liked Fremont St better than anywhere in Vegas. If I stayed again, I would definitely stay at the Bellagio, the restaurants there are sensational, service is fabulous and the place is beautiful. The Cosmo is OK, but there are plenty of hotels in vegas better and better locationed.
Have just returned from a 6 night stay at the Cosmo. Location awesome, rooms awesome, pool awesome, spa awesome, hair salon awesome, restaurants and bars awesome and the day/night club awesome. The only let down for me, and there are 2, was there was no tea/coffee making facilities in the room. There was a microwave oven, glasses & sink. And I suppose they don't have these facilities in the room as they want you to buy for tea/coffee in the hotel. Me I like a cuppa in the morning or at night. And secondly, I was charged an extra night on my credit card, after I had checked out. Took the hotel 5 days to re-credit my credit card.
i am not a fan of Vegas, but I have to go once or twice a year for business. For my trip in March I stayed at the Cosmopolitan. Wow! I do't why, but I got upgraded to a suite. It was a corner room, so I had floor to ceiling glass on most of 2 sides. Too bad I couldn't just hang out in the room for 2 days! I was there for a conference, and while I usually find staff in these huge casino/hotels to be friendly and helpful (no exception here!) the food was exceptionally good. It may be in part because our group wasn't all that big - maybe a couple of hundred, vs. the 1,000+ I am usually with. We had a pool-side dinner buffet one night and it was great, They served salads in paper cones that were delicious, and easy to eat while mingling. They had prime rib and a whole salmon - both very good. One day we had a Mexican buffet for lunch and it was so fresh and good. I look forward to going back next year!
Beautiful, clean, new, art - deco hotel! We had double queen room with the fountain view. Room was spacious, clean and really nickels designed with 2 TVs, 2 queen beds, little kitchen , sofa, working area with desk, spacious bathroom with shower, bath and separated toilet. The view from the terrace was unforgettable! We had breakfast buffet at quick spoon restaurant and it was delicious - $33 per person plus they offer bottomless mimosas, champagne or Bloody Mary for $15 extra per person. Hotel is very clean, new and spacious.There are 3 swimming pools, day and night club Marquis, a lot of fantastic restaurants.Highly recommend!
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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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