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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

3708 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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    I love the Cosmopolitan! Glamorous and modern, glitz and glam...everything my girlfriends and I envisioned for our girls trip to Vegas. If you can get into Marquee, their nightclub, do check it out! Also, don't forgot to stop by for cocktails and photos against the picturesque Chandelier Bar.

    Recommended for:Luxury TravelersNightlife LoversTrendsters
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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    One of my fav hotels to stay in. Right in the middle of the strip which makes it convenient to walk everywhere. Their amenities and room are spacious and awesome.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    The only thing I really love about this hotel is the awesome view from the room with the terrace and the view from the bath tub.

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    I love the Cosmo! Took my wife here for the first time on our recent trip to Las Vegas and we loved it. We're not into gambling and it didn't seem like a typical casino. Best of all, since it's pretty new, it didn't smell overwhelming with smoke. I liked the modern and artsy feel. The layout and architecture is awesome. It's on the center of the strip so we didn't need to use cabs so much, instead walked around to shops and eat nearby.

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    The cosmopolitan is a great place to go, very artsy and advance garde. The suites are spacious and well appointed with upper class amenities. The cosmopolitan is very well located centrally on the strip among several other classy hotels and resorts

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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    The best hotel in Las Vegas!! It has everything you could want and imagine! Night life, day parties, casino, restaurants and MORE! You don't have to leave the hotel at all.

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    **HIP, HOT, AND HAPPENING**

    "THE" hotel to stay on the Strip.
    One STOP SHOP for everything awesome.

    AMBIANCE
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    Gorgeous people.
    Gorgeous rooms.
    Gorgeous decor.

    EAT
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    WICKED SPOON BUFFET .
    That's all.

    PARTY
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    Marquee Day Club.
    That's all.

    STAY
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    Any of the rooms.
    That's all.

    I've had so many fond memories here.
    Some good, some bad, and all were awesome.

    HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    I haven't stayed at the Cosmopolitan, but I've certainly spent enough time inside to say it has some of the best bars, restaurants, and nightlife anywhere on the strip. Highly recommend having small plates at Jaleo, big plates at Wicked Spoon buffet, and dancing the night away at the Marquee nightclub. This hotel exudes extravagance. If you're looking to go big, it doesn’t get much bigger or any better than the Cosmopolitan.

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    Cosmo is part of the Mariott network, so I got the room for free using Mariott points. The room was huge and the bed was amazingly comfortable. The lights and heat were controllable via the TV and the shower/bathroom was huge and luxurious. If I had to pay for it, I imagine it would have been overpriced (like everything in Vegas), but as it was I can't really complain.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    We go to Las Vegas all the time and had the best experience at the Cosmopolitan. The view was great, the pool was awesome, and the slots were on fire! Can I live here please?

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    I had an awesome experience staying at the Cosmopolitan. The hotel is impeccably designed, attention has really been paid to all aspects of the hotel. When you walk in, large pillars surround the registration area, but rather than just being pillars, they are actually large panels of video screens that change their display constantly, from library books to people to colorful flowers, it keeps the registration area interesting. The rooms are elegant and modern in their design, with tall windows that give you a great view. I had nothing but amazing experiences with the service at the Cosmo as well -- from the moment you walk in, you are greeted immediately and helped with whatever question you might have.

    There are a couple of pools -- the one on the 4th floor that faces the Strip has more of the party atmosphere, with a DJ and louder music while the 14th floor pool is off the strip, is a little quieter and is still crowded, but a little more low key. You can also spend the day at Marquee's Day Club.

    They have some awesome restaurants as well, from the popular late night Secret Pizza (totally worth the hype) to the more high end options to the awesome Wicked Spoon buffet, there really is something for everyone here.

    Somehow they even made the hectic checkout process at 11am on a Sunday one of the most pleasant I can remember. There are cocktail waitresses walking around with chilled bottled water for everyone while they wait in lines, and they also have roaming express checkout people to save people from the line so that they can minimize everyone's wait time. Even as we were waiting in line to leave our bags with the bellhop stand, someone came to the end of the line and grabbed our bags to shorten the line for everyone. Huge points for efficiency. What could have been 20-30 min of waiting in line was reduced to literally 3 minutes. I will definitely stay here again!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    Fancy and fun new hotel in Vegas with awesome views of the strip. The casino doesn't over power the property. With it's floor to ceiling glass windows on the first few floors, the natural lighting + pretty chandeliers and illuminating lights makes the hotel have a lot of glitz and glamour.

    Check out Secret Pizza. It's in an unmarked hallway next to Blue Ribbon Sushi. The line can get busy w/ all the people from Marquee nightclub. They have the best NY style thin crust pizza on the strip!

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    This is, unmistakeably, a Vegas hotel. A bit cuter, a bit more boutique, and a bit friendlier than some of the others on the strip, I had a damn good time staying here for my besty's bachelorette. Don't forget to check out the secret pizza place. It has no sign, is open late, and satisfies those midnight cravings!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    I love The Cosmopolitan at City Center in Vegas. It's so luxurious + I love the feel of the design/decor. It's not as huge as other hotels + is easily accessible to the strip. I've stayed here a couple of times + love the hotel rooms... the wrap around terrace suites are amazing (glass doors open up to a panoramic view of the strip). My friends + I always start the night at the Chandelier Bar after check-in. D.O.C.G. + Scarpetta (Scarpetta's spaghetti is so simple + delicious) are great restaurants to visit during your stay. I'm not much of a gambler so this is a perfect hotel to stay at. It boasts so many other things to do during your trip: shopping, dining, Marquee Nightclub + relaxing at the pool. Enjoy your stay!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    This is my all time favorite hotel/casino in Las Vegas! The chandeliers in the lobby are exquisite and I love how they hang below 3 floors. The rooms are spacious and affordable if you research different sites online. I could just stay indoors and never leave because they have my favorite restaurants and clubs housed in there! This place is a must!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    Great hotel on the strip. This place feels sexy. Is it over the top? Yeah, but in a good way. I love all the different restaurants in here too. Between Secret Pizza, Wicked Spoon, and other places I didn't get a chance to try, you don't need to leave. It has 3 pools for those who like to lounge, like me. The rooms are very nice. High quality fixtures, and really classy furniture and details. Nicer than I expected from a hotel in Vegas. So to recap. Sexy. Fun. Nicer than I expected.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    Seriously disappointing!

    My car was parked in the parking structure, within 1.5 hrs, someone had broken into my car and took most of the valuables. Security took a long time to get there and they filled out the report like they've done it a million times. Not a good sign. AND they wouldn't compensate me anything for my losses. Terrible!

    There are gazillion drunk ghetto people walking around. There were several groups of people drinking out of their trucks, and loitering in the parking structure. Some were missing teeth.

    Also, hotel now charges for everything, $15 to use wifi for 24 hrs, gym is also extra. I hate it when a hotel penny and dimes, it's low class. The quality of this hotel has completely gone downhill.

    Not coming back again!

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    Very swanky interior decoration and hip shops and restaurants make the Cosmo a top destination on the Strip.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    This is the type of hotel experience you expect when you go to Vegas. There are limos and town cars everywhere as you walk into the lobby with it's blaring music and crowded bars. Your handed some champagne and your luggage is whisked away while you check in so they can get you to the casino as quickly as possible.

    This is where I diverge from most people, I head straight upstairs to get an a massive goat cheese cheeseburger from Holsteins. Anyways, I've diverged.

    The rooms are amazing, I highly recommend the Bellagio-fountain-facing rooms on the upper floors with the massive wrap around patios. I was there last on the 4th of July so it was great to watch the fireworks show as the fountains were going off.

    The outdoor spaces were also spectacular. Reserving some seats at the pool was a steal with the massive food and beverage credit they give!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    This modern hotel is outrageous and fun. From the decor, to the rooms, to the restaurants, to the pool, to the tables. This hotel is done up with class and style but only for certain tastes. If you want elegant and soft decor, this place is not for you.

    The rooms are nice, bathroom fixtures are mixed (some awesome, some cheap), bed is comfortable and this is the only hotel on the strip with an outdoor balcony (This was originally supposed to be a condominium development; if you have ever noticed, hotels usually don't allow open windows or balconies...could it be to keep the customers safe after a big gambling loss????).

    The crowd that stays here is mixed in age. Prices are high. And yes, sometimes when you are on the 2nd and 3rd floors (restaurants); it literally feels like the restaurant coordinator went to West Hollywood to make the selections. Which could be a good or bad thing depending on your tastes.

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Description

Situated at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, between City Center and the Bellagio. The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas hotel is 10 minutes away from the McCarran International Airport. Fashion Show Mall, Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon are some of the main attractions closer to this property. The resort's uniquely vertical multi-tower design offers a spectacular view of the vibrant city across 3.5 ha of land. The two 50-story towers, each featuring oversized residential style living space and expansive one-of-a-kind private terraces. Guests can also have a drink at one of 4 independent lounge and bars scenes prior to enjoying the unrivaled rooftop nightclub. Inviting and elegant studios with 1 king or 2 queen-size beds and a large, luxurious bathroom featuring an exhilarating shower and exquisite marble floors. Others amenities are high speed internet and LCD TVs. Among its signature characteristics are one-of-a-kind casino cabanas with private gaming, 3 distinct pool environments perfectly suited for every mood, and a Spa & Hammam that redefines relaxation.

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4.5 out of 5
139 members' reviews
39,733 people visited The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend
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Reviews Summary

Excellent!8659 reviews across the web.

  • This is a wonderful boutique hotel, as guests say.
  • This is a wonderful design hotel, as guests say.
  • Room
    96% thought the view was good.
  • Location
    90% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
  • Hotel Building
    Conference area was excellent, according to 85%
  • Restaurant
    84% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
  • Ambiance
    75% were fond of the entertainment options.
  • Hotel
    Hotel is great.