The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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Ideally located in the centre of the Strip, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hotel is a perfect choice of accommodation for those who wish to explore the local area at their leisure. Indulge in a shopping trip at one of Las Vegas’ premium retail outlets, admire the famous Red Rock Canyon or head to a casino for a thrilling game with friends.
All of the guest rooms at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hotel are furnished to the highest of standards and include a range of facilities to make your stay a special one. All include a luxurious private bathroom, a cosy seating area and plush bedding to ensure a great night’s sleep.
Cool off in one of the hotel’s three distinct pools or indulge in a treatment at the Sahra Spa & Hamman. The hotel also provides a wealth of dining options and nightlife venues.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Hair salon
- Name: McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)
- Distance: 3.6 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Mccarran International Airport (Las Vegas) Distance: 3.6 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 5189 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Beautiful hotel but this was really gross
Stay Date: 12/2016, Pat W wrote this review.
I recently stayed at this hotel for the second time for business. I generally don't like the hotels in Las Vegas but the cosmo is on the smaller side and has a really nice vibe to it. I was excited when I saw my room which had a nice balcony a small … See more
I recently stayed at this hotel for the second time for business. I generally don't like the hotels in Las Vegas but the cosmo is on the smaller side and has a really nice vibe to it. I was excited when I saw my room which had a nice balcony a small seating area and a really big bathroom with a walk in shower. But then when I took a shower, I saw there was a massive hairball on the sitting ledge in the shower. See the picture. I mentioned it to the front desk twice. They sent someone to re clean the bathroom. But there was no other follow-up which there absolutely would have been in any other normal high end hotel, but I guess this is Vegas. Collapse
Skipping the Thanksgiving Holiday 2016 (November 24-27, 2016)
Stay Date: 11/2016, Oohoohooh wrote this review.
Decided at the last minute to skip the Thanksgiving Holiday with Family and go to Las Vegas. I met my friends down there. Stayed at The Cosmopolitan and had a great suite on the 25th Floor all to myself. The suite has a mini-kitchen, a livingroom (l… See more
Decided at the last minute to skip the Thanksgiving Holiday with Family and go to Las Vegas. I met my friends down there. Stayed at The Cosmopolitan and had a great suite on the 25th Floor all to myself. The suite has a mini-kitchen, a livingroom (larger than my own apartment livingroom), huge dressing area, desk, two flat screen TVs, large bathroom with tub and a peek-a-boo shower (window looking in the shower from the bedroom), and very comfortable bed. Absolute luxury. There are bathrobes, slippers, and the best lavender toiletries. I wish I didn't use it all during my stay. I like how Va Bene, the coffee and snack shop downstairs is open 24 hours. If you bring your receipt and coffee cup back within 24 hours, you get a free refill. Had dinner and lunch at the Wicked Spoon. Great food! Their fried chicken drummettes and wings are fabulous. A must try. Collapse
Amazing Hotel, Excellent Service, Fantastic Bathrooms Beautiful rooms
Stay Date: 11/2016, Indyderrick46235 wrote this review.
I stayed at the Cosmopolitan from 26 Nov through 30 Nov. I have a wonderful time at this amazing property. I stayed in a 1 Bedroom suite overlooking the strip. The Good: Huge one bedroom suite Amazing Bathroom (especially like the bath tub next to … See more
I stayed at the Cosmopolitan from 26 Nov through 30 Nov. I have a wonderful time at this amazing property. I stayed in a 1 Bedroom suite overlooking the strip. The Good: Huge one bedroom suite Amazing Bathroom (especially like the bath tub next to the window overlooking the strip) Great food options (although pricey). Eggslut is a great breakfast place and the food was amazing. The Wicked Spoon was a great buffet and Secret Pizza is the best pizza on the strip (It is hidden down a hallway on the 3rd floor). All the staff that I encountered, including the valet attendants were always smiling, helpful and courteous. The "not-so-good": The only things that kept me from giving this property 5 stars were: 1) The toilet in my room would tend to run every 30 minutes or so fro about 20 seconds. Maintenance was sent up to the room, but this problem was not resolved 2) Then bathtub stopper did not work reliably. The broken stopper prevented me from taking a bubble bath (yes I am a male... don't judge me :-) ) 3) The water pressure in the shower was just average 4) Be prepared to spend a lot of money if you want to eat or drink there. My mojito was $15 before tax and tip. (but this is somewhat expected at a premium resort). 5) Minor pet peeve -- The lighting in the living room area could be improved. A few more lamps would be beneficial. I have visited Vegas many times and this is probably my most favorite hotel. I will likely stay here again!!! Collapse
Love the Hotel !
Stay Date: 11/2016, Deedee S wrote this review.
Amazing hotel we had such a wonderful view ! I love this hotel I didn't want to leave ! I was on the 52nd floor and enjoyed sitting on the balcony at night. Great service staff was very friendly and helpful
Amazing hotel we had such a wonderful view ! I love this hotel I didn't want to leave ! I was on the 52nd floor and enjoyed sitting on the balcony at night. Great service staff was very friendly and helpful Collapse
Cosmopolitan experience with upgrades and booking through a hotel collection, ambiance vs Aria, Bellagio, etc
Stay Date: 11/2016, M P wrote this review.
I have never written a review for anything in my life, but I am writing this one because it is one I wish I had found when booking my stay in Vegas. Please forgive the length, brevity is not my strong suit. I am the type to extensively research any… See more
I have never written a review for anything in my life, but I am writing this one because it is one I wish I had found when booking my stay in Vegas. Please forgive the length, brevity is not my strong suit. I am the type to extensively research anything I pay good money for and my Vegas hotel choice was the perfect indulgence for my obsessive tendency. I decided early on that this was my first true Vegas experience and I wanted to go all out and stay in one of the "5 star" offerings on the Strip. My trip was the weekend after Thanksgiving and the prices were relatively friendly. After reading reviews on all the popular options, I settled on the Cosmopolitan. My wife and I are 25 and based on descriptions, it seemed the atmosphere was most fitting for our age (we aren't huge partiers, but I think this was still an accurate choice; more on that later). We went to gamble, eat good food, see a stellar show or two, and experience the vibe in general. After choosing Cosmo, I moved on to deciding where to book the stay and which site would give me the best deal. They were having a 3 for 2 night promo on their own website, which beat all the third party offerings, but I also looked into the option of booking through Visa Signature and Chase's luxury hotel and resort collection (LHR). This is where things get a little confusing, but bear with me because this is some of the info I couldn't find in my own research. To start, the rates on both these collection sites are the exact current rate on the hotel's direct website, INCLUDING resort fees and taxes. The price will be the standard rate WITHOUT any promos, and this can be verified by choosing your dates and going through the checkout process on Cosmo's website, again not using any promo offer. The final price should match the hotel collection price to the cent. Despite not giving the promo discount, the collection option offered perks and freebies like free breakfast and spa passes along with complimentary upgrade and early/late check in/out, "upon availability". Because of the nights I chose (3 nights, Sat thru Mon), the price difference was about $125 more to book through the Chase luxury hotel collection (which I chose over Visa as the perks were better value), but I decided the value of the extras was greater than this difference. The only drawback was there was no way to book a "fountain view" room vs "regular", and part of the reason I chose Cosmo was for the prime Bellagio fountain and strip views (note that this was particular to the Cosmo, other hotels on the collections sites had view designations for the room options). So, essentially the LHR collection booking was for a regular aka no fountain view terrace one bedroom (this was what I deemed to be the sweet spot option as suites were a significant price jump and it was just the two of us) at $125 more for the whole stay vs a fountain view terrace one bedroom booked through Cosmo using their promo. The value of the LHR perks was definitely more than $125 so I decided to go with this option, hoping that the complimentary upgrade would give me the fountain view and all would be well (I did check availability when making this decision and it looked to be a light weekend, so my chances for upgrade looked good). Now for the actual stay and how it played out, including a walkthrough of my experience checking in with an LHR collection reservation. Our flight landed about 9:30am and we arrived at Cosmo a little after 10am, so I got a chance to test the early check in (again, this was Sat 11/26). There were plenty of people in the check in line and I headed to the autograph lounge for special check in, a perk of the LHR booking. I went straight to the desk (no line in the lounge) and they didn't blink an eye at my early check in time and pulled up my reservation and asked for my ID and credit card (no $20 sandwich attempt for me since I was already supposed to get upgraded if available). The man then made a phone call and said "I have a signature guest and want to know if there are any upgrades available". After a few seconds, he nodded and hung up and hurriedly told me there were no upgrades because they were "completely booked for the night". Hold on, all 3,000 of your rooms are booked and paid for? On this particular weekend, that claim was preposterous and I still can't believe he said it to me with a straight face. Even if they didn't want to upgrade me for whatever reason, I would have been much happier with just a "no" instead of a flat out lie. I knew I wouldn't get anywhere with him, so I let him confirm my free breakfast and spa passes and took the keys and left. We went and checked out the room on the 57th floor (as expected, with no fountain view, although the view wasn't horrible, you looked out at Aria and could see a bit of the south strip like MGM etc). I immediately looked online and sure enough I could have booked any room type I wanted for that night right then and there, proving the sold out spiel was total hogwash. So that was my initial check in experience as a "signature guest" (actually booked through Chase LHR but whatever). Perhaps because my check in time was early, they were reluctant to upgrade me; but I think the stuffy older man in the autograph lounge just had no interest in making my stay "exceptional" and/or Cosmo is plain stingy. Regardless, were I to do it over I would NOT go to the autograph lounge but rather straight to the regular front desk. Which brings me to attempt number 2... After confirming online that there was no way they were full for the night, I went back down to the regular desk and explained that I had an "an upgrade upon availability" but was told I wouldn't be upgraded due to full capacity, but I see availability online and want confirm this. The young lady at the desk said yes she would check and they should have something. She typed and made a phone call to the mysterious upgrade broker, hung up and said she could only upgrade me for $35/night. At this point, I decided the view was a pretty big deal breaker for me and reluctantly agreed to pay the extra. She put me on the 40th floor in the same west tower as the other room (but on the north side) and we moved our bags to switch rooms. The view was all of what I had hoped and we noticed the balcony was much bigger than the non-view room, which was really nice. I think the views are even better in the east tower since it is right on the actual boulevard and may give you a more straight shot down the strip, but our view was fantastic nonetheless. I was satisfied with the room, but definitely not about the fact I had to pay for it. Because of the hassle and impression that they were out for themselves and not me, I stopped by the desk one more time late that evening on my way out to confirm that I would still have everything else supposedly included in my LHR booking. I was helped by another young lady and I explained what I had already gone through and why I wanted to confirm the rest. She pulled up my reservation and said yes you still have the buffet and spa, and then asked me incredulously if they had really made me pay for the upgrade. I said they did and she said it says right here that you have a complimentary upgrade, you definitely should not have been charged and we will take care of that for you. FINALLY, an empathetic person that actually made sense and wanted to help me. Glad I asked...but third time's the charm should NOT be the rule at a 5 star hotel. Everything else went smoothly and I charged the Wicked Spoon buffet and spa passes to the room as instructed in order to be comped. Then, on the last night, I got back to hotel around 4am and headed to the desk to confirm that I would have late check out since it was another "based on availability" feature. I explained this and the girl said they almost always have late check out, but claimed she had never seen such a thing like the "upon availability" she saw listed in my reservation. This amazed me as I can't possibly be the first person to book through the LHR collection. Regardless, she gave me no trouble and granted me check out at 3pm (she said this was the latest they offer) and told me I would need new keys, which she handed over and threw away our old ones. We headed up to our room and the new keys didn't work. Not what you want to happen at 4am. Back down 40 floors to the desk and yet another girl makes us more new keys. She says that she "hopes they work" but if not we could call security from the elevator and they will come let us in without the hassle of going back down AGAIN. Honestly, going to the elevator and calling security and waiting sounds like even more of a hassle. But, moreso my mind is blown once again (in a bad way) that this girl cannot guarantee my keys will work. That seems like the most basic function of the front desk of a hotel. Luckily, they worked, but the contingency speech was just another non-reassuring blemish on the stay. Finally, check out arrived and I braced myself for the bill that I had zero confidence would be correct the first time around. I would have loved to check out online and skip the line (which is an option), but my lack of faith told me I had to go in person. Sure enough, no pleasant surprises as the girl shows me my initial bill. She said we got comped for the buffet, but that the first day shows we had two extra people dining with us and it couldn't be comped. Are you kidding??? I assured her it was just my wife and I every day we went and she said she would check with her manager to "see if they could do anything". I then pointed out that we had also been charged for the spa, which she said she would also "check on". This is after she had already confirmed we had spa passes. I'm baffled once again. As we stood there waiting quite unhappily, the guy working the adjacent desk noticed and offered us some water. A small token of the service I expected from the rest of my stay at a 5 star hotel. The girl returned and told us the discrepancies had been taken care of. Another sigh of relief that should not have been needed in the first place. I will note there was no sign of the upgrade charge, so that had already been fixed as promised. All said and done, we ended up receiving the perks and paying what we expected (the only added charges to the total I booked on the LHR site were the tips for the buffet). So technically booking through the LHR collection was a success, but it was very tiring having to awkwardly explain and ask for things repeatedly, only to be met with confusion and errant responses. No one wants to be the guy asking for freebies constantly and if they are already meant to be there, I shouldn't have to be. One more positive note, the bell desk is located conveniently right by the main door to the taxis and rideshare and we had no trouble leaving our bags with them after check out since we weren't heading to the airport for another few hours. While I obviously cannot give the service at the Cosmo a positive review, the physical hotel and casino itself were, for the most part, excellent. There was a smell of smoke in the hallways of the upper floors and some carpet stains and scratches/scuffs on the walls that gave pause to the feeling of luxury. However, its Vegas and I'm sure most of the hotels have trouble keeping things pristine. The room itself had no smell or any issues. The bed was quite comfortable with plenty of pillows. The Japanese soaking tub was interesting and I feel it might be a love it or hate it type thing. It was fine for me (I'm only 5'6"), but a tall individual may find it awkward and cramped. Because it is square and has seat ledges, it is not meant to be the kind of tub you can stretch out and lay in, but rather sit and soak (hence the name). The window next to it is nice, but the view isn't that great because 1. The window is tinted presumably to block the Vegas sun and 2. When sitting in it, your eye level is below the balcony railing which adds another tint/obstruction. I did like the unique openness to the room from the tub and shower and loved how the shower and tub were one big "area". A couple odd things about the room that were a bit annoying were 1. The doors were SO heavy and particularly the one to the water closet was set so that it would persistently close itself without any stopper and there was not one provided (maybe my wife and I are the only total weirdos who like to be able to converse if one is on the toilet). 2. There were no drawers if you like to unpack your clothes and the mini fridge is completely stocked (great if you want to buy from it) so you can't put anything of your own anywhere except the freezer, which does in fact freeze unlike some hotel "freezers". 3. Lastly, all the lights can be turned on or off at once (convenient) except the closet light which is motion sensored. This meant every night climbing into bed with the light still on and having to wait for it to turn off on its own (you could close the doors but as noted there are no drawers and setting up your suitcase on the racks means you probably want to leave the doors open unless you want to stuff everything way into the back). Small annoyances, overall the room was great. The only Cosmo dining options we tried were the Wicked Spoon buffet (thankfully it was comped because it was actually fairly pricey, $42 per person on Sunday! $27 weekdays with the no alcohol option) and the secret pizza. The buffet was AMAZING, the best I have ever been to I think. All options from breakfast to lunch to dessert, many main staples alongside unique and creative offerings, all delicious. We always ate fairly late around noon (they're open 8am-2pm/3pm on weekends, no worries about sleeping in) so the lines weren't long, but the entrance setup looks like a Disneyland queue and I wouldn't want to be there when it was full. The secret pizza was pretty good, but was $5 for a slice of cheese so we opted to pay $26 for the whole pie even though we knew we wouldn't finish it. I will conclude (if you even made it this far) with a quick summary of the atmosphere, casino, and location. The Cosmo is designed to have a very glitz and glamour feel as opposed to some of the other nicer hotels like the Bellagio and Venetian, which go for an opulent palace vibe. While those might make you feel like European royalty, Cosmo wants you to feel like a modern Jay Gatsby or James Bond. It's glitter and diamonds vs gold crown moulding and marble statues. Aria also had an ultra modern feel, almost futuristic and high tech, less glam. I think for the younger crowd these newer, modern options are probably more in their wheelhouse, generally speaking. The Cosmo's casino was decent but actually relatively small and stretched out so that it was long and thin, meandering along the south side of the whole building complex. As with most of the higher end hotel's casinos the minimums are high ($15+ 6:5 blackjack and craps, $10+ roulette) and the slots seemed pretty tight. The dealers were great though. We found much friendlier table rules at Bally's and Cromwell. I liked the feel of Aria's casino the best as it felt huge and open. Bellagio came in second for casino ranking as it was also big and sprawling. As for location, you really can't beat the Cosmo. It's right in the middle of everything and there isn't much that isn't walkable. Cosmo had sky bridges to Planet Hollywood and Crystals shopping (the center connected to Aria). I wanted to see the Venetian and it was quite the walk to get all the way up there and I was glad I didn't stay that far on one end. Places like the Wynn and Trump were even further, as was Mandalay Bay the other direction. The Bellagio pretty much marks the place to be location wise, so I would suggest staying somewhere fairly close. TL;DR : The Cosmo is glamorous and perfectly situated on the Strip with the opportunity to have one of the best views possible of the Bellagio fountains/Eiffel tower/all the way up the north end of the Strip. Booking through Chase's luxury hotel collection gave me a great value of extra perks and while I ended up receiving everything including the view upgrade, it was clumsy and frustrating getting there. Whether it was because of my booking method or not, I was dissatisfied with Cosmo's service as they routinely inconvenienced me, made errors, and generally did not make me feel like my experience was their top priority; these are not things I associate with a luxury hotel experience. The Wicked Spoon breakfast buffet and prime location/views are things that would bring me back, but I will certainly look long and hard at other options the next time I go to Vegas. Collapse
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