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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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Arrived at the hotel and we had two rooms booked. We were upgraded free as a Virgin customer anyway so no surprise ther when advised we had a free upgrade. The room that we were upgraded to we were... Read more told we would need to pay an extra $60 per day for a rollaway. .We explained that we were expecting two queen beds and the member of staff advised this would be a down grade, in fact it was just what we booked. No information given at check in about hotel facilities and times. As a virgin customer we were also entitled to free drinks to the value of $30 we decided to jump at the first bar we saw and have a drink. When checking out they advised we had used the wrong bar and we must pay. After a heated conversatoin they did clear the total. Just found check in and out very poor service with no smile. Overall hotel stunning and all other staff friendly and welcoming. Breakfast was great with huge choice. Great view from room. Excellant location. Read less
Had a lovely time at the Cosmopoliton in Las Vegas, lovely hotel and even got a free room upgrade to a suite as we were celebrating a special occasion. The view was amazing overlooking the balligio... Read more fountains. Breakfast\brunch was included at the wicked spoon which saved us a bundle as we used this for brunch every day. Gambling tables were priced at the higher end so we didnt really gamble here, but the hotel and its facilities were great. Husband used the modern Gym whilst we both made use of the pool. highly recommended. Read less
I was very impressed with the Cosmopolitan. The hotel was gorgeous and all of the staff was amazing. Everyone from the valet to the cocktail waitresses was extremely welcoming, friendly and they... Read more went out of their way to help you without making you feel like an inconvenience. I feel like you don't see customer service like that anymore. I definitely will come back again! Read less
We were offered a 3 night complimentary stay (2 for my daughter/1 for me combined) in a City Room. The room was in the west tower -- beautiful view of the fountains and strip. Our room was... Read more fantabulous (is that a word) and everyone was positive, smiling, eager to please, etc. from the front desk to the housekeeping staff. Cannot say enough about that room -- I've never had a comped room like this one. We watched the fountains every night before snoozing (I know I know, who sleeps in Vegas? We do!!!) We've always enjoyed playing at the Cosmo but thought we would never be able to afford a room here let alone be comped. The location on the strip is perfect, it was easy to go wherever we planned for the day. To be such a big and bustling casino, it was very clean and welcoming. Waitresses are fast, yes even when it's busy! Drinks were real drinks! Restaurants were very good! This was an excellent trip from start to finish -- not a winning trip, just fun fun fun, Cosmo was a major part of that excellence. Classy, Sophisticated and Comfortable!! Read less
I stayed here with my boyfriend after he enjoyed a wonderful trip last year. We were invited to a free night because of his status and we booked another night through the Visa Signature luxury hotels... Read more collection. There was a lot of confusion surrounding the benefits I was to receive, which meant many trips back and forth to the front desk (across the hotel) to work things out, including getting locked out before our late check-out at 3. I found out only after the fourth time at the front desk that the vip guest status on my stay meant I didn't have to stand in the long line in front - there is a separate room no one told me about. In addition to the complete confusion surrounding different benefits of my visit, the room we stayed in (and paid extra for) was falling apart. It looked like no one had stayed in there in a long time, and certainly no maintenance had been done. There was vomit (a LOT of it - see pictures) on the curtain, the sliding door was almost broken and very hard to open, and there was mold in the doorway, whose molding was falling off and causing the door to stick. I wrote them a letter (mailed) to tell them about the problems and I didn't even get a "thank you for bringing this to our attention, we'll make sure this doesn't happen again" response. It's like they've given up. With so many amazing places to stay in Vegas I don't think we'll be back, even with status. Read less