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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.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 were placed in a handicap room, and not out of necessity. I feel terrible for people that had to stay in this room if it was always dirty like this. The shower had mold, there were crumbs on the... Read more bar counter, brown stains on the bedstand wall, and gross stains on the carpet. Read less
My three friends and I just got back from a 5 day stay at one of the best hotels I have EVER stayed in. To start, the hotel itself is gorgeous! Eclectic, upscale, beautifully appointed in all areas... Read more . The pools were great . The Boulevard pool is the fun place to see and be seen. The spa pool was so very relaxing, that we ended staying there all day. We had dinner the first night at Holsteins and everything we ordered was delicious and filling(we like to see food on the plate). Our waiters, who were brothers, were so friendly and helped us choose the right drinks and menu items. In the mornings we had breakfast and coffee at Henry's. So relaxing and great coffee. Now for the staff. Well, I cannot say enough good things about the staff. They were wonderful! Not like some other upscale hotels where the staff is snooty . They bent over backwards for us. For example, I went to the main desk to try to locate a representative I had spoken with prior to arriving. Her name was Pat and she was so helpful to me with getting our rooms situated. One of the young men at the desk, Bryce, searched and searched till he located her department and I was able to speak to her. Very nice customer service! I asked for his manager so as to give Bryce the compliment. Well, Caleb, the on duty manager (and might I say a very handsome young man) came out and thanked me and said he would also notify Pat s supervisor to put in a word for her. As a special note, one morning, one of my friends went down for coffee and inadvertently left the door slightly ajar. One of the other ladies was still in the room. Within minutes, security was banging on the door and calling out to see if they were ok. We were very happy at the swiftness of response by the hotel security team. Nice job! I must say that this hotel and staff reaffirm my decision to always stay at a Marriott Hotel. Great hotel! Great staff! Read less
We stayed at The Cosmopolitan in the Las Vegas City Center from September 14th to the 17th. We absolutely LOVED IT ! This was our 4th time in Las Vegas and The Cosmopolitan is probably the only hotel... Read more we would go back to. I was told that The Cosmopolitan was a "party hotel". That didn't thrill me at all at first but didn't bother us at all because our stay was from Sunday to Wednesday. Upon arrival, the check-in was fast and the staff was very friendly and helpful. Our room wasn't ready (checked-in at 11h00 am), but were able to leave our luggage at the lobby with the bell boys. Our room was on the 44th floor in the West Tower overlooking the Aria and Monte Carlo. The room was big, bright, modern and very trendy (mostly the window over looking the city in the shower). However, what distinguishes The Cosmopolitan for the other hotels is the balcony where you can enjoy a drink while admiring the spectacular view of Las Vegas at night. That is PRICELESS ! There are lots of restaurants, bars, machines and tables to gamble. There is also a lot of servers to offer drinks while playing. When you exit the hotel, you are already in front of a crosswalk, so you can cross over the Strip very easily.The hotel is well located, near where most of the action take place (Bellagio Fountains, Caesars Palace, Paris, Planet Hollywood) and just next to the Aria and Vdara. Very romantic getaway for Las Vegas ! Read less
My wife and I have stayed at the MGM Grand, Encore twice, and now the Cosmo. After staying at the Encore that past couple trips, I decided we would never stay anywhere else. I received an offer to... Read more the Encore for $129 a night with a free night. However, Sept. 14-18 was literally the only week that this "offer" wasn't offered. I never saw anything on the mail they sent me that said some dates would not be available. I called to see if they would honor the offer, but after much frustration they would not. So... I then decided to stay at the Cosmopolitan. What a great choice! You must get a room with a view of the Bellagio fountains. There honestly cannot be a better view in Vegas. The bathrooms/showers are huge. Beds are comfortable. Room was clean. It did smell a little weird when we first walked into the room, but it wasn't that noticeable and didn't bother me. The couches needed a good cleaning, but we didn't really hang out in the living area. We spent most of the time out on the balcony, which I believe is the only hotel with a balcony in Vegas. It's just amazing to stand out there, take in the view, and listen to the Las Vegas strip. We were on the 52nd floor. We received great service, casino was nice, check in/check out was super easy. It was easy to get a taxi when needed. We spent every day of our trip at the Boulevard pool and it was beautiful. It's a younger crowd mostly in the 20s and 30s, but there were some old creepy guys "checking out" the scene. Everyone there screams $$$, but I didn't see anyone who was snobby or anything like that. Drinks are pricey, food was somewhat reasonable, and they have free cups of water at the Boulevard pool. It's hot so make sure you stay hydrated or you will be too exhausted to make it out for the night life. We didn't win anything at the casino, but it was nice. It gets pretty packed at night with all the people going to Marquee Night Club. I had no issue getting whatever drink I wanted while gambling. Just throw the waitress a good tip on your first drink and she will keep coming back to you. All I can say is that Encore lost a customer and Cosmopolitan gained a customer. The only thing the Encore had on the Cosmo was I enjoyed the pool at the Cosmo more and some of the electronic gadget stuff in the Encore room was pretty neat. But the view from the room is simply unreal. Stay here, enjoy the private balcony, enjoy the views, and relax. Read less
First time in Las Vegas and the "Cosmo" lived up to everything I expected. An extraordinary spacious and luxurious room on the 58 Level with balcony for $230. The hotel boasts 3000 rooms and like a... Read more small city. Room service drinks are prompt but expensive. Staff are friendly and helpful. In a perfect position to access food, shows and sightseeing. Would stay again Read less