The Cosmopolitan


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General Information
button_checkrates_120The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
1.855.435.0005 / 702.698.7000

Does the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas charge a resort fee? Yes

Check-in: 3 p.m.
Check-out: 11 a.m.

Resort Amenities

* Concierge * Spa * Heated Pool
* Free Parking * Business Center * Room Service
* Shops * Restaurants * Laundry Service
* Health Club * Tennis * Pets Allowed
* Wheelchair accessible * Sports Book * Poker Room
* 100,000 square foot Casino

Room Types

* City Room * Terrace Studio * Terrace Studio Fountain View
* Terrace One Bedroom * Terrace One Bedroom Fountain View * Terrace Suite
* Wraparound Terrace Suite * Lanai Suite * Bungalow
* West End Penthouse

Room Amenities

* High-speed internet * Dataports * In-room safe
* In-room movies * Cable/Satellite TV * LCD TV
* Iron * Ironing board * Hairdryer
* King bed * Two queen beds * Kitchenette
* Balcony * Refrigerator * Rollaway beds available
* Cribs available

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One thought on “The Cosmopolitan

  1. This review is from Glenda Marisol Coronado, Feb. 2013
    What can I say about the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: this hotel is AMAZING and I loved it. It’s one of the newest hotels I’ve stayed at while in Vegas. I just cannot get enough of Cosmo and I would strongly suggest staying there if you have the opportunity.

    I stayed here with a few friends and we got a Suite which was basically like an apartment. It was fully equipped with a complete kitchen & two bedrooms. The beds were mind-blowing; nice and comfortable and I slept like a baby. Oh and ladies, let’s not forget about all the closet space and the marvelous bathrooms. You’ll feel like a Queen. The door of the suitet even had a doorbell – the cutest thing; never seen a hotel with doorbells. We also had a view of the Bellagio and the beautiful fountains.

    The prices at Cosmo are hit or miss, at times they have good deals and on other occasions it can very expensive. It all depends on your budget but we paid close to $1000 for a 3 day weekend. That might appear to be steep but it was worth every dollar.

    The Cosmo has more of a trendy, upscale scene; for sure you won’t see many families with kids. It’s a great place to meet people and hang out. Their pools are wonderful and one of them has a great view of the strip. During summer they have the coolest pool parties with the latest music, they’re a lot of fun and unforgettable. For sure something one has to experience at least once while in Vegas.

    If you are into the club scene they also have one of the newest clubs in Vegas – Marquee. It’s an indoor/outdoor club and one of the pools is used as the outdoor part of the club. If you’re looking for more of a chill and sophisticated way to hang out or lounge, The Chandelier is a great place to be and be seen. Interesting fact many people do not notice, it’s located on the 1.5 floor of the hotel. How many times do you see an elevator with a floor 1.5?

    The Cosmopolitan is one of the best hotels I’ve stayed at while in Vegas and if price is not an issue go ahead and book your next stay there. You won’t regret it, their great customer service is an important part of the experience. They sure make one feel like royalty.

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