The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Strip, Las Vegas

The hotel

This hotel promises to re-set the standard for those visiting Las Vegas. Each room has been newly renovated and is meticulously styled in an urban fashion with an inviting living area and a TV with access to Netflix and YouTube, and other thoughtful touches that just might cause you to question whether to go out or stay in. Should you decide the latter, choose from three distinct pool spaces, sunlit by day and Strip lit by night. If it’s your palate setting the pace, there’s 16 signature restaurants that celebrate fabulous food. Eggsluts all-day breakfast beckons the late night revellers in need of comfort food. Beauty & Essex takes you inside a plush jewellery box to enjoy handcrafted cocktails and an extensive selection of mouth-watering sharing plates. For something a little more casual, why not ask virtual concierge Rose about the secret pizza? Upon sundown, enjoy The Strip from the pool deck nightclub Marquee, featuring some of the biggest and best DJs and celebrities in the world. There’s really no need to leave.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Night Club
  • Room Service
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Wheelchair access
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

The Cosmopolitan's two towers in the centre of The Strip, within walking distance to all attractions.

Hotel information

3049 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, safe, hairdryer, iron and board. City Rooms with 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Terrace Studio King offers a sub-zero mini-bar stocked with unexpected treats, sliding glass doors opening onto an over-sized private terrace, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Terrace Studio Queen offers a sub-zero mini-bar stocked with unexpected treats, sliding glass doors opening onto an over-sized private terrace, with 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Terrace Studio with 1 king-size bed and rollaway bed (when 3rd person is booked) or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Terrace One Bedroom with a Japanese soaking tub and sliding glass doors opening onto an over-sized private terrace. They offer 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Terrace One Bedroom Fountain View offer 1 king-size bed and rollaway bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Terrace Suites all offer fountain views from the terrace, there are two large bathrooms one with a bubbler tub. Suites offer 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Wraparound Terrace Suite with a large terrace that has views of the Vegas skyline, 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

If a portable bed is requested, a charge of $35.00 per portable bed per night will be added, unless the additional person fee has already been applied, then the rollaway is complimentary.

  • Exclusive Virgin Holidays Favourites Benefits:

    Complimentary Buffet Breakfast: for 2 people per room per day at The Wicked Spoon. Gratuities not included.

    Complimentary Room Upgrade: City Room to a Terrace Studio King or Terrace Studio King to a Terrace One Bedroom.

    Offers are based on stays completed between 01 Jan '19-31 Oct '20 and are subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time.

Why is this a Virgin Holidays Favourite?

The 'place to be seen' on the strip, a luxuriously chic hotel with a Rooftop Day Club.

Exclusive Virgin Holidays benefits:

  • Complimentary buffet breakfast: for 2 people per room per day at The Wicked Spoon. Gratuities not included
  • Complimentary room upgrade: from a City Room to a Terrace Studio King or a Terrace Studio King to a Terrace One Bedroom, subject to availability upon check-in
  • Offers are based on stays completed between 1 Jan '20-31 Oct '21, are subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time.

27 dining options in total including the new Block 16 Urban Food Hall. 19 restaurants include Jaleo (Spanish, tapas), China Poblano (Chinese, Mexican), Estiatorio Milos (Greek), Scarpetta (Italian), Blue Ribbon Las Vegas, STK (American steakhouse), Beauty & Essex restaurant, CliQue (mixology cocktail lounge), Momofuku (influences including the USA, Korea and Japan), zuma (dinner, Japanese izakaya). Red Plate (Chinese) 3 separate pool deck areas (seasonal). Fitness centres (West End Fitness Centre open from 5:00am-8:00pm and East End Fitness Centre open 24-hours). Tennis courts*. Sahra Spa, Salon & Hammam open 7:00am-8:00pm and treatment hours from 8:00am-8:00pm*. Multiple bars and nightclub. Rose.Rabbit.Lie social club. Casino. 24-hour room service*. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Concierge service. The Chelsea Event Center. Dive-In Movies by the pool (seasonal). Seasonal ice rink (20 Nov '19–5 Jan '20). WiFi Internet access*. Parking included in the resort fee.

This hotel has a resort fee of $39 plus tax per room, per day, (payable locally, subject to change). Bookings for 2021 $45 plus tax per room, per day, (payable locally, subject to change).

Resort fee includes: - Fitness centre - WiFi - Tennis court access - Parking. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

*Denotes local charge.

One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.

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.

Please note: Virgin Holidays Favourites are applicable on package room types at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (excluding accommodation only).

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Good experience; work in process

Sep 30, 2020 alexandersT7016HN

Stayed with wife and pooch ($50 fee) twice (on the way to and from Park City from SoCal). Nice large rooms, great views, balcony though it was too hot to use much, fantastic restaurants in The Henry and Scarpetto (sp?), and good service. Need work on COVID protocols (maids not wearing masks, overall guest non-compliance with spacing or masks,… Read more
Stayed with wife and pooch ($50 fee) twice (on the way to and from Park City from SoCal). Nice large rooms, great views, balcony though it was too hot to use much, fantastic restaurants in The Henry and Scarpetto (sp?), and good service. Need work on COVID protocols (maids not wearing masks, overall guest non-compliance with spacing or masks, etc.). Rooms are not noisy despite a fair amount of young party goers. Furniture looks like little old lady stuff. Lighting is terrible other than bed lights which are great for reading. Place reeks of weed (not exactly for families). The Buffet which I heard so much is to be avoided - food dumbed way down due to COVID. I would stay here again, but wish they would up their game on COVID prep. Read less
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Sep 29, 2020 FellowTraveler665167

The hotel was glamorous. The art work was beautiful and I loved our suite and the balcony with the view of the strip was priceless. I loved the bathroom, the living room area and the comfort of the bed. Observation: No dressers to put clothes away. Didn’t like living out of the suitcase. There was the smell of weed in the hallway to our… Read more
The hotel was glamorous. The art work was beautiful and I loved our suite and the balcony with the view of the strip was priceless. I loved the bathroom, the living room area and the comfort of the bed. Observation: No dressers to put clothes away. Didn’t like living out of the suitcase. There was the smell of weed in the hallway to our room...but that didn’t bother me, but it could bother others for sure. It did seem to be many younger adults who we’re not compliant with wearing a mask. We were on elevators with more than 4 people and masks missing or not being worn properly. Observation: Room service did not come at all on 2nd day and our garbage cans were full. I booked there for the looks and the balcony. I enjoyed my stay, but likely would not return...I’d only return for the balcony. Pools looked beautiful. If you are a person who can tolerate smell of weed, younger crowd, and aren’t overly concerned with Covid..it’s a pretty hotel. I went to use my $50 food credit by the pool and I didn’t have my ID so the waitress said I couldn’t use it.. on me so I paid cash. Odd but I have my ID ready the next time at a different spot to eat and they only needed my room number. Observation: I didn’t like the shops or the restaurants. Can’t stress enough that it is absolutely glamorous, artsy and prettiest place I’ve ever stayed. Observation: masks at pool areas inconsistent. In the pool 1 foot away from someone-dont need a mask but sitting solo in a corner at the edge of the pool - you wear one because you aren’t IN the water. Such a pretty place. Read less
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Sep 29, 2020 tatt2dchica Pearisburg, Virginia

My boyfriend and I stayed at the Cosmo for 4 nights. This hotel is so much fun. The front desk staff was helpful and polite. The room (in the Boulevard Tower, 37th floor) was amazing, clean, spacious and comfortable. We have decided that we could never stay anywhere else. The Cosmo is a fabulous resort.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Expected 5 Stars, Barely Gets 3

Sep 29, 2020 Jrh767 San Diego, California

We stayed 5 nights in a gorgeous 1BR balcony suite with a view of the Bellagio fountains from the 56th floor. A nice upgrade, courtesy of Marriott Bonvoy status. The hotel is dog friendly (for $50/night/dog), and I am glad we took ours. We had no complaints with the room itself. The Autograph lounge for speedy check-in was a very nice… Read more
We stayed 5 nights in a gorgeous 1BR balcony suite with a view of the Bellagio fountains from the 56th floor. A nice upgrade, courtesy of Marriott Bonvoy status. The hotel is dog friendly (for $50/night/dog), and I am glad we took ours. We had no complaints with the room itself. The Autograph lounge for speedy check-in was a very nice touch. Sadly, though, the smell of weed is almost everywhere. While I don't mind those who partake so much, I really don't like the smell. Smoking is permitted on balconies, so we were constantly bombarded with the aroma while outside. Although we didn't really detect it in the room, the smell would almost knock us down in the hallway. All other things being even, I would choose a hotel where I don't have to smell weed any day. CoVid: The weekend was packed. Mask-wearing and enforcement was inconsistent. I got yelled at while on the pool deck for having mine down while sitting alone without a soul within 50 feet while others around and in the pool were all maskless. So it's OK to sit inside at a restaurant without a mask, or swim in the pool with 100 people, but I can't sit in a corner and pull down my mask for a moment? Fine. Just enforce the rules equally. Finally, while our Bonvoy status did get us a nice upgrade, our "stay" and points for the time did not post to our Bonvoy account. I had to spend 45 MINUTES on the telephone with Bonvoy while a nice lady manually added our elite night credits and points.... I had to e-mail her my invoice 3 times, as she could not pull up invoices from the Cosmopolitan. I don't know what the heck is going on with the Bonvoy program, but ever since the merger with Starwood, I have had to watch them like a hawk. So to sum up......gorgeous property but reeks of pot.... inconsistent enforcement of mask policy.... no social distancing during peak days..... and I really loathed having to call about my elite nights and points. I'm happy we tried this place, but next time will probably be a hard "PASS." Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Beautiful hotel, bad experience.

Sep 29, 2020 Neonnightz Orlando, Florida

My friend and I stayed at the Cosmo for a weekend, September 2020. We asked the front desk agent checking us in for a room on a high floor and she accomidated us. The room was clean and great looking. We had a plumbing issue in our room on day two and weren't able to use the water for the remainder of our stay. When I say plumbing issue, I mean… Read more
My friend and I stayed at the Cosmo for a weekend, September 2020. We asked the front desk agent checking us in for a room on a high floor and she accomidated us. The room was clean and great looking. We had a plumbing issue in our room on day two and weren't able to use the water for the remainder of our stay. When I say plumbing issue, I mean the water coming out of the faucets was dark brown. This was obviously a huge inconvenience as we couldn't use the water at all, and we informed front desk. Upon check out, they removed the resort fees from our stay due to the water issue. Unfortunately, after arriving home they ended up charging us the resort fees anyway. We were told it was a "accounting error" and to dispute it with the bank. Extremely unprofessional, there's no reason the fees should have been charged at all. The dispute is ongoing. Next was the poor experience we had at the casino. Instead of seeing cocktail waitresses walk around to bring you drinks, there are mask police. We were informed rudely by two different women (who's job seems to be stalking people about their mask wearing when they're trying to enjoy themselves) that between cigarette puffs and sips of our drinks we MUST wear a mask. This is the most nonsensical thing I've ever been instructed to do. When you sit down at a restaurant to eat their overpriced food, the virus magically dissappears and only returns when you're puffing on a cigarette or sipping a free drink at the casino. Give me a break. Additionally, there were panhandlers wandering around the casino floor repeatedly asking us for money. This may be nothing new but I have never experienced this at any casino, let alone the Cosmo. You'd think maybe the mask police would do something useful and have this matter taken care of rather than monitoring paying customers puffing a cigarette. Overall the hotel itself is beautiful, but the issues with our room, being mislead about the resort fee charges, and the rude staff at the casino, I can't say I would stay here again. This hotel is not cheap and we really didn't receive the level of service we should have at a place like the Cosmo. Read less