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The Strip's latest addition, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas promises to re-set the standard for those visiting Las Vegas. The accommodations with large living spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows giving unfettered Strip views and featuring the Terrace One bedroom with Japanese soaking tub and sliding glass doors opening onto an over-sized private terrace, allowing fresh air and sunlight to pour into this luxury hotel room’s spacious interior. Each of The Cosmopolitan's 2995 suites have been meticulously styled with a plasma TV, high-speed Internet and thoughtful touches that just might cause you to question whether or not to go out, or stay in. Should you decide the latter, choose from 3 distinct pool spaces, sunlit by day, Strip lit by night or the state-of-the-art fitness centre and spa. If its your palate setting the pace, there are a collection of 13 signature restaurants that celebrate fabulous food. Upon sundown, enjoy the Strip from The Cosmopolitan's very own pool deck nightclub.
The Cosmopolitan's two towers stand between Bellagio and the new CityCentre, within walking distance to all attractions. Free self-parking and valet parking.Larger Map
2,995 rooms and suites on 52 floors in 2 buildings. All with air-conditioning, 42" plasma TV with premium channels and pay-per-view films, telephone, high-speed Internet access, safe, hairdryer, iron and board. City Rooms 2 x Queen with 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Terrace Studio King with 1 king-size bed and rollaway bed (when 3rd person is booked) with stylishly designed kitchenette with zebrawood cabinets, microwave and sub-zero mini-bar stocked with unexpected treats, sliding glass doors opening onto an over-sized private terrace, sleeping maximum 3 adults.
Terrace Studio Queen/Queen, with 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Terrace One Bedroom with 1 king-size bed and rollaway bed (when 3rd person is booked) and Japanese soaking tub and sliding glass doors opening onto an over-sized private terrace, sleeping maximum 3 adults.
Terrace Studio Fountain View, with 1 king-size bed and rollaway bed (when 3rd person is booked) and fountain views, sleeping maximum 3 adults.
Terrace Suites, with 1 king-size bed and rollaway bed (when 3rd person is booked) and kitchen, refrigerator, microwave and stove, 2 bathrooms including master bath bubbler tub, sleeping maximum 3 adults.
Wraparound Terrace Suite with 1 king-size bed and rollaway bed (when 3rd person is booked) and wraparound terrace with view, sleeping maximum 3 adults.
Please note: Kitchenettes in the Terrace Suite and Wraparound Terrace Suite do not come with equipment. Equipment can be requested from room service upon arrival at a supplement of $50.00 per room per stay (payable locally, subject to change).
If a rollaway bed is required there will be a charge of $50 per room per night (payable locally, subject to change).
14 restaurants in total. Fine dining restaurants include Jaleo (Spanish, tapas), China Poblano (Chinese, Mexican), Estiatorio Milos (Greek), Scarpetta (Italian), Blue Ribbon Sushi bar and Grill, STK (American steakhouse), Comme Ca (French brasserie), D.O.C.G.(Italian wine bar and resturant), 3 separate pool deck areas. Fitness centres (West End Fitness Centre open from 5.00am-8.00pm and East End Fitness Centre open 24 hours. Sahra Spa & Hammam open 7.00am-8.00pm and treatment hours from 8.00am-8.00pm*. Multiple bars and nightclub. Rose.Rabbit.Lie social club featuring the show Vegas Nocturne. Casino. 24-hour room service*. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Concierge service. The Ice Rink - Cosmopolitan is launching a winter wonderland overlooking the heart of The Las Vegas Strip. The iconic Boulevard Pool transforms again, but this time into a Central Parkesque ice skating rink. The Chelsea Event Center. Complimentary WiFi available.
*Denotes local charge.
One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.
No resort fees are payable but this means that guest will NOT receive the resort fee benefits locally. Guests do have the option to pay the resort fee daily.
All hotels rooms are non-smoking.
Please note: Pools are open seasonally and opening hours are subject to change due to inclement weather and special events.
Minimum stay 2 nights 30-31 Dec '14. 3 nights 05 Jan-06 Feb '16, 13 Feb '16, 15 Feb '16, 12 Mar '16 and 18 Mar '16.
Maximum stay 14 nights.
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We stayed for 4 nights. According to local cab drivers this is the most hip and happening hotel right now. The check-in was prompt and very courteous. The lobby had a terrible layout. The giant... Read more We stayed for 4 nights. According to local cab drivers this is the most hip and happening hotel right now. The check-in was prompt and very courteous. The lobby had... a terrible layout. The giant screen columns were gaudy. The check-in counters were large red tables. Overall the hotel was dark, I think the designers tried to brighten the hotel a bit with crystal themes scattered through out the hotel. Speaking of scattered, the art decorating the hotel was random. I saw contemporary, African, modern, and mod art all over the place. We checked in around 7pm on our first night and I was disappointed that there was still a dirty cleaning towel on the light stand area (see the photo). Maybe they were just super busy, that morning, cleaning that the cleaning crew forgot the towel, and unfortunately there were still crumbs next to the towel. There was also a lip kiss mark on the shower door and some sort of sticky dribble residue on the hotel windows. I had to call guest services to remove the towel, at the very least. Plus, outside of our door, in the hallway was an unplugged mini fridge and dirty glasses. The next night when we got back to the room, the crumbs and dribble residues were still there. The dirty glasses were cleaned away but the mini fridge was still in the hallway. Our third night there, the tissue box in the restroom was never refilled. I had to call guest services to bring up a tissue box. Guest services was really fabulous and brought up 2 boxes. At least the mini fridge was no longer sitting out our door/hallway. Our last night there, the cafe cup used for getting free refills was tossed out. And there was no refill of body lotion in the restroom. I was too tired to even call guest services for some lotion. Of course by that time, we all gave up on the cleaning crew. They didn't deserve any tip at all. I'm quiet disappointed in what is suppose to be a 5 star hotel. We tried Milos, greek resturant. It was very good, I'd go back there again, but probably for only lunch. The fish prices are by the pound. During dinner, A greek sea bass would be about $67/lb. Their crab cake, shrimps, and calamari was superb. I loved their traditional greek salad. The buffet, Wicked Spoon was lacking. It doesn't compare to Aria's buffet. And I have no idea what the hype was about for the Wicked Spoon. The lamb leg was cooked well, but was old. I could taste a very thick lamb flavor to it. Fresh lamb doesn't have that poor taste. The dessert select could have been better with more variety. Maybe add in more selection of fresh cut fruit. I only had chocolate covered strawberries. As for the rest of the items to choose from, it was pretty much the same as other buffets. We didn't go back to the buffet again during our stay. Breakfast at the Henry was good. Much more worth it then having a brunch or dinner at the Wicked Spoon. There are two cafes that serve coffee that will also serve breakfast cold breads, but the Henry is better. It has traditional items, think breakfast burrito, omelets, hash and eggs, and steak and eggs. Honestly, this might have been the most hip hotel right now, but compared to the number of people in the casino throughout the day, Harrah's has more people. And that's pretty sad. Overall, I don't want to stay at Cosmopolitan again. I'd go back to Aria or try some other 5 star hotel. Read less
I visited this hotel to use the FedEx business services that are 24 hours. It was the closest business center that was open late night and I was preparing for a business meeting late at night. Just... Read more walking through the hotel, the clientele was interesting. I don't know if it was the decor of the hotel of the clientele that it draws but people were definitely very hip and young with an edge to them. I really wanted to stay and hang out at a lounge or something but I had to run. I really appreciated the FedEx business center being open (I was staying next door at the Aria). I think I'll stay here next time. Read less
Wow! what an experience From the lobby where we checked in ,was a dramatic feast for your eyes! gigantic panels of colorful moving , video art which at times looked as if it was watching us more... Read more Wow! what an experience ...From the lobby where we checked in ,was a dramatic feast for your eyes! gigantic panels of colorful moving , video art which at times looked as if it was watching us more than the we were watching it.... anyway the room was also stunning, with lavish modern dÃ©cor. We had a huge corner suite with an awesome view of the Bellagio fountains as well as all the famous hotels on the strip. The concierge was helpful in getting us sorted out for restaurants, entertainment etc. Two nites, for us was plenty of time to see vegas, unless you want to hang out around the pool; its a town of endless possibilities and this hotel can capture your attention so strongly it may be difficult to leave. Read less
We spent a great weekend in Vegas and this hotel was just amazing. Very comfortable and clean rooms with great beds, in which I slept very well after our long nights. Hotel staff was very friendly... Read more . One thing I have to extra compliment is hotel bar, cause it is breathtaking. Worth visiting. Read less