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The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas

4 Stars

3708 South Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas NV 89109


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Rating
Cleanliness 3
Facilities 1
Service 3
Location 4
Pricing 3
Overall 2.8
Discerning travellers find ideal base in the sophisticated surroundings and deluxe accommodations of centrally located The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. This luxurious retreat in Las Vegas, Nevada is near the entertainment and dining opportunities offered by Las Vegas Strip. After enjoying the light and sound shows at Fremont Street Experience, tourists shop at Fashion Show Mall and Crystals at City Centre.

Location
The Cosmopolitan is in the heart of Las Vegas, two miles from McCarran International Airport. While visitors attend events at Sands Expo Convention Center and Las Vegas Convention Center, tourists tee off at Las Vegas National Golf Club or watch sporting games at Thomas & Mack Center.

Rooms
The stylish rooms and suites have flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi access and private bathroom. Some units have terrace, Japanese soaking tub and kitchenette with microwave oven and mini bar.

Restaurant
Diners at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas can indulge diverse culinary palates with local specialties and international delights at the restaurants on site.

General
The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas provides business centre, fitness centre and pool facilities. At the hotel, patrons can place bets at the casino, rejuvenate at Sahra Spa or go ice skating at The Ice Rink. The Marquee at Boulevard Pool becomes a colossal movie screen during "Dive in Mondays," allowing guests to watch films while enjoying the pool.

Additional Information

  • NOTE: Effective July 1st, all rollaway needs will be subject to a $50 charge plus tax per day. Should a third person and/or 4th person charge already be in effect and paid, the guest will only be responsible for the $20 difference plus tax per night.
  • The show Vegas Nocturne, inside Rose. Rabbit. Lie is closed. Guests who purchased tickets for performances of Vegas Nocturne for dates following 12 July are asked to contact The Cosmopolitan Box Office at 877-667-0585 for assistance. Rose. Rabbit. Lie will remain open at 5:30 PM, Wednesday to Saturday, and feature live music and entertainment.

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Casino
  • Restaurant
  • Business Centre
  • Conference Facilities
  • Spa / Wellness Centre
  • Cafe
  • Night Club
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Room Facilities

  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Microwave Oven
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Mini Bar
  • Kitchenette
  • Wireless Internet Access

The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas Guest Reviews (88)


The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas
3 out of 5

Fabulous room with balcony overlooking the Bellagio fountains.One of the best buffet breakfasts ever. Unfortunately the internet surcharge leaves a very bitter taste and there is no indication that using the gym incurs a charge

susan and ch wrote on November 30, 2012


The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas
4 out of 5

Great place to stay, in the middle of the action and grea value. A gorgeous property.

Love Vagas wrote on June 25, 2012


The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas
5 out of 5

Easy business trip stay. Stayed in one bedroom terrace room which is one of the balcony rooms (majority of rooms have balconies) which was well appointed and very comfy, no problems. Very easy getting in and out of the free self parking lot. Common areas, ie the casino, restaurants, bars, and lounges have nice vibe to them. The special effects/tv panels at checking are pretty amazing. Only negatives- no coffee makers in rooms( removed we were told due to a change in fire code) spa and gym were nice but aria' s were a tad nicer. Overall a very good stay. No problems w customer service.

EchoParkDenizen wrote on March 25, 2012


The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas
4 out of 5

The Hotel is Very Nice and the Staff are extreemly professional. You just have to be aware if you want a decent view of the strip it's an extra $50 per day. You don't even get a complimentary cold water nor can you make yourself a cup of Tea/Coffee in your room... Everything including Internet access costs you extra. Wireless internet is $15 a day

Greg.H wrote on March 23, 2012


The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas
4 out of 5

I cant recall being so impressed with the state of a room, like ever! It was a wonderful mixture of home and comfort all at the same time. the quirky books throughout the room, the consideration of the room, the ability to separate the room so that I can get ready separate to my partner. the comfort of being able to sit and read on the balcony or on the lounge, it just felt like home. the sheets were nice, and the sunlight that bathed the room in the morning made Vegas morning seem romantic. The Japanese bath was perfect for a medium size couple to both share, and the spacious shower was nice to jump into at all times. Only thing we were upset about was the need to pay to use the gym but otherwise, it was a wonderful home for 3 days.

Honeebun wrote on March 22, 2012


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall2.8 out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities1 out of 5
Service3 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing3 out of 5

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3 out of 5

Fabulous room with balcony overlooking the Bellagio fountains.One of the best buffet breakfasts ever. Unfortunately the internet surcharge leaves a very bitter taste and there is no indication that using the gym incurs a charge

Review by: susan and ch
Date stayed November 30, 2012

4 out of 5

Great place to stay, in the middle of the action and grea value. A gorgeous property.

Review by: Love Vagas
Date stayed June 25, 2012

5 out of 5

Easy business trip stay. Stayed in one bedroom terrace room which is one of the balcony rooms (majority of rooms have balconies) which was well appointed and very comfy, no problems. Very easy getting in and out of the free self parking lot. Common areas, ie the casino, restaurants, bars, and lounges have nice vibe to them. The special effects/tv panels at checking are pretty amazing. Only negatives- no coffee makers in rooms( removed we were told due to a change in fire code) spa and gym were nice but aria' s were a tad nicer. Overall a very good stay. No problems w customer service.

Review by: EchoParkDenizen
Date stayed March 25, 2012

4 out of 5

The Hotel is Very Nice and the Staff are extreemly professional. You just have to be aware if you want a decent view of the strip it's an extra $50 per day. You don't even get a complimentary cold water nor can you make yourself a cup of Tea/Coffee in your room... Everything including Internet access costs you extra. Wireless internet is $15 a day

Review by: Greg.H
Date stayed March 23, 2012

4 out of 5

I cant recall being so impressed with the state of a room, like ever! It was a wonderful mixture of home and comfort all at the same time. the quirky books throughout the room, the consideration of the room, the ability to separate the room so that I can get ready separate to my partner. the comfort of being able to sit and read on the balcony or on the lounge, it just felt like home. the sheets were nice, and the sunlight that bathed the room in the morning made Vegas morning seem romantic. The Japanese bath was perfect for a medium size couple to both share, and the spacious shower was nice to jump into at all times. Only thing we were upset about was the need to pay to use the gym but otherwise, it was a wonderful home for 3 days.

Review by: Honeebun
Date stayed March 22, 2012

4 out of 5

I cant recall being so impressed with the state of a room, like ever! It was a wonderful mixture of home and comfort all at the same time. the quirky books throughout the room, the consideration of the room, the ability to separate the room so that I can get ready separate to my partner. the comfort of being able to sit and read on the balcony or on the lounge, it just felt like home. the sheets were nice, and the sunlight that bathed the room in the morning made Vegas morning seem romantic. The Japanese bath was perfect for a medium size couple to both share, and the spacious shower was nice to jump into at all times. Only thing we were upset about was the need to pay to use the gym but otherwise, it was a wonderful home for 3 days.

Review by: Honeebun
Date stayed March 13, 2012

4 out of 5

I cant recall being so impressed with the state of a room, ever! It was a wonderful mixture of home and comfort all at the same time. the quirky books throughout the room, the consideration of the room, the ability to separate the room so that I can get ready separate to my partner. the comfort of being able to sit and read on the balcony or on the lounge, it just felt like home. the sheets were nice, and the sunlight that bathed the room in the morning made Vegas morning seem romantic. The Japanese bath was perfect for a medium size couple to both share, and the spacious shower was nice to jump into at all times. Only thing we were upset about was the need to pay to use the gym but otherwise, it was a wonderful home for 3 days.

Review by: Honeebun
Date stayed February 24, 2012

4 out of 5

Fabulous hotel very cool and fabulous design. Loved our room felt more like staying in our own house with a view of the bellagio fountains was amazing never got tired of watching them. Wicked spoon buffet breakfast is amazing as are all of the hotel restaurants that we tryed, highly recommend jaleo for tapas ate there twice it was so good, milos is a wonderful greek restaurant and jaleo if u want just a burger and fries is superb. Bamboo pool is really chilled and the location in the middle of the strip is wonderful. Can be very noisy though because of the nightclub and live music acts so would not recommend it for over 60 age group

Review by: Flossy
Date stayed January 20, 2012

5 out of 5

Love the location, great room.. Love the terrace... Just absolutely loved it.. Can't wait to go back again...

Review by: Jos321
Date stayed January 5, 2012

5 out of 5

I got the room upgrade with the king bed and balcony. The rooms were large and modern; living room, office area, microwave, 750ml grey goose in the minibar, huge walk in shower, soaking tub with a window overlooking the strip, a separate big screen tv at the office station for laptop hookup, environmental, lightning and home automation control via a touch screen. There was free access to the Marquee club, and a separate line (ie. NO LINE) for hotel guests.

Review by: selv
Date stayed January 4, 2012

5 out of 5

Perfect location on the strip. The rooms were very well appointed, the staff very courteous and helpful. There was more of a hotel feel to the place as opposed to the cheesiness of other locations. The crowd and casino had more of a modern, trendy feel, i would definately stay here again.

Review by: thaitanium
Date stayed January 1, 2012

5 out of 5

The Cosmopolitan Hotel was one of the grandest hotels I've have ever had the pleasure of enjoying !!! I totally recommend it to anyone who would love to be pampered from the room's accomodations to the fantastic service ,the incredible plush beds with state of the art wall tv along with very ultra modern decor & view . If this is not enough , let me add the bathroom is also fit for royalty as if I would know what royalty would appreciate !! The complex to my estimation does not lack in any way : it is top of all or most hotels . Thank you for your recommendation to me !!!

Review by: jollytraveller
Date stayed December 30, 2011

4 out of 5

the room was nice. the weather was nice and staff were frendly. the big problem was high price on every thing even an small water. we had to go to another hotel to get some things like water with reseanble price.

Review by: meryk
Date stayed December 29, 2011

5 out of 5

Very hip hotel with a young crowd. Rooms were awesome and clean and location is the best on the strip. Only negative was the time it took to get extra towels brought to the room but besides that I would definitely stay here again.

Review by: JR17
Date stayed December 23, 2011

4 out of 5

The hotel is absolutely gorgeous, and the amenities within the hotel will fit all your needs. My friends and I were a little disappointed the hotel did not have an indoor hot tub area for the guests to use considering the outdoor pool area was closed for the winter. The staff is really friendly and all of our needs were met.

Review by: Cosmo1208
Date stayed December 22, 2011

4 out of 5

Spent 2 nights here during the Vegas' low season - mid December. Had a late night false fire alarm but I will not factor that in to the review. Check in was smooth and the staff was very courteous. The bath room and shower were very roomy and the TV was fairly easy to navigate. The bed was comfortable. I requested a room with a view and they complied. There were several nice restaurants onsite. A fine blackjack game is offered but there is no poker room. The Chandelier bar is very popular with "Young LA". Note that the hotel is a short walk from Aria, Bellagio, and PH. Great location. Note that prices at this hotel may vary dramatically with the time of year.

Review by: Elque
Date stayed December 22, 2011

5 out of 5

only poorly cleaned the room before the entrance of! Everything else was great

Review by: yura1985
Date stayed December 15, 2011

4 out of 5

We have always stayed at the older and cheaper hotels but found a great deal to stay at the Cosmopolitan for only slightly more. Wow, what a difference, this hotel is beautiful, the room was huge and modern beyond words complete with a full kitchen, washer/dryer, 2 flat screens, 2 bathrooms and a balcony with a front row seat for the Bellagio fountain show. Bring your binoculars, the view from the upper floors is great. A glamorous GIANT chandelier encases several stories of bars and sitting areas where you will love spending time. With the location also being ideal for middle of the action on the strip, we can't help but recommend staying at the Cosmo.We plan to return!

Review by: CosmoKramer
Date stayed December 13, 2011

3 out of 5

Check-in was OK, only took about 15 minutes, not 3 hours as had been experienced by other visitors. Prior to our arrival, I had requested a quiet room in the west tower, which we got, which also had a view of the Bellagio fountains. The room was clean and comfortable, however lacked any facilities (kettle, cups, coffee etc) in order to make a hot drink in the room (ordering a drink or anything else from room service was rather expensive). Since we had gone for the half marathon, we had taken running gear intending to train in the gym. However a charge of $12-20 per person per day, which was not advertised on the hotel's website, made us think again. The brunch buffet was of good quality and extensive although the half hour queue on several occasions to get into the restaurant tainted the start to the day. Since the service is a buffet, the only thing the waiting staff have to serve you is the tea/coffee/juice; I couldn't see the need for the wait. Also beware if you're planning on eating with your friends at a table for 10; there's a compulsory tip of just over $10 per couple that you have to pay up front. Wi-fi is available but at a charge of $15 per day, it's never going to be a winner when you can walk down the strip to gain free access from one of the other hotels or cafes. The hotel is in a good central location on the strip. Overall, I think the hotel could forgo its pretentious 'Pillow Butler' service in order to get the more fundamental aspects of a hotel stay sorted out.

Review by: Derbyshire Girl
Date stayed December 12, 2011

4 out of 5

The hotel is very nice, but a lot of people walk through that are not staying there. Room was nice, but hall ways were never cleaned when we stayed. No 24 hour cafe. View from our room was fantastic.

Review by: layne
Date stayed December 9, 2011

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