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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 pallet 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.
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 with 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults. Terrace Studio King 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, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Terrace One Bedroom as above, with Japanese soaking tub and sliding glass doors opening onto an over-sized private terrace, sleeping maximum 3 adults. Terrace Studio Fountain View, as above and with view also sleeping maximum 3 adults. Terrace Suites, with kitchen, refrigerator, microwave and stove, 2 bathrooms including master bath bubbler tub and sleeping maximum 3 adults. Wraparound Terrace Suite as above 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).
Fine dining restaurants. 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. Casino. 24-hour room service*. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Concierge service. Complimentary WiFi available. 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.
*Denotes local charge.
No resort fees are payable but this means that guest will NOT receive the resort fee benefits locally.
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 '13 and 30-31 Dec '14.
Maximum stay 14 nights.
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We have stayed at almost all the luxury hotels on the strip and this is just short of those. We got there early and checked in but our room was not available so they said they would text when ready... Read more . We waited 2 hours and then returned to the desk only to be asked if we wanted to upgrade to a Jr. suite for an add'l cost. We were told at check-in that we were assigned to a Jr. suite. When I told the gentleman that, he seemed upset and said "well okay". The room was very nice but the sofa and carpeting needed cleaning. The sofa was a dark color and showed a thick layer of dust and stains on the cushions. I placed a towel down before sitting. Loved the deep tub and the balcony. We overlooked the pool area and could only hear noise when the door was open. The elevator system was a little confusing at first. The hotel itself is beautiful but on our first day they were having problems with their electrical system and all the slot machines were down almost the whole day. Read less
Nice hotel and nice rooms, but I did not enjoy being nickled and dimed to death. Every time you turn around it was an extra charge. It began at check in with an extra charge for a room that did not... Read more have a view of the freeway. Internet was extra, use of the health club was extra, and every meal from breakfast to dinner was very high in price. What got us the most was the pool areas. They went through my wife's bag and told her she couldn't bring in a bag of chips she had with her and the drinks we walked to the pool with weren't allowed either. It was very uncomfortable every time we went to the pool being searched. It was like they were the pool nazis. Of course, the food and beverages they sold at the pool were extremely high in price. $18 for a hamburger and minimum of $8 for a drink. Also, the room was not conducive to sleep as the noise from the elevators echo'd through the walls all night long. I won't be staying here again. Read less
Call me spoiled, but the Cosmopolitan was not quite up to the level of luxury that I would expect from a Las Vegas hotel. Don't get me wrong, it was awesome, but missing some of those special extra... Read more touches. First, the awesome: the hotel lobby is amazing. The modern design, changing scenes… it’s just very cool. Check-in was much faster than at previous hotels where the line can be quite ridiculous. The room itself was also very nice with a great shower head (I highly value a good shower, and this one was wonderful). We had an amazing view of the Bellagio fountains (pretty sure even better than if we had stayed at the Bellagio), so that was a nice bonus. But, the level of service was just not quite there. The door wasn’t held open for us open entering or exiting the hotel, the cocktail waitress at the pool was a bit slow, and the taxi valet was inefficient (stopped seating passengers into taxis to announce a limo service – doesn’t help if you’ve already waited for 15 minutes). The elevators seemed extremely misconfigured. I understand that it is a tall building, but during “peak hours”, we would wait for an elevator for up to 10 minutes, which seems extremely excessive considering that we could hear the elevators constantly skipping our floor. One time after //finally// getting into an elevator, we stopped on a floor and a bachelorette party got into the elevator with us. They said they had been waiting for 15 minutes (!!). Something definitely seemed off. I think the settings regarding skipping / max number of stop / etc etc needs to be realigned (or something!) All in all, I had a blast during the weekend regardless, and really enjoyed the stay. The Cosmo is in a good location on the strip (not too close to the airport like Mandalay Bay and not too far North that it’s a pain to get to some of the other hotels). I would still highly recommend. Read less
Just finished another Vegas getaway and The Cosmo was home base. I'm a seasoned Vegas visitor, stayed in almost all of the major Strip hotels and nothing compares in the total package. It's the... Read more ideal size, perfect location, hottest bar in town, great table games with super friendly dealers. A Bellagio fountain view is worth the extra expense. Read less