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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

3708 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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  • 89%
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  • 75%
    Nightlife Lovers
  • 61%
    Foodies
  • 57%
    Business Travelers
  • 56%
    Art & Design Lovers
  • 54%
    Local Culture
  • 51%
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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
    Nathan Hearns
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    5 Apr 02, 2014

    The premier hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. I have been going to Vegas for 17 years. And have stayed at every hotel on the Strip. The Cosmo is the best. From the rooms, which even at the basic standard level equate to almost suite level at other properties. The Suites, from the basic to the Wraparound, which have incredible balconies, are amazing. The restaurants (Jaleo, Milos, STK, Blue Ribbon, Scarpetta, etc) are all fantastic. The Chandelier bar...just go experience that. And of course Marquee, the nightclub and the dayclub, are as fun a nighlife/daylife experiences as you can have in Vegas. If you havent stayed here, go during the week when the price isnt too bad cause on the weekends its usually pricey. Trust me though..its worth it..!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasAmbassadorPro 2014
    Veronica Raye
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    5 Jan 15, 2014

    Extremely classy, adorned with beautiful decor and about a million swarowski crystals. There are crystal chandeliers layered in the ceiling, bling-bling! There is no shortage of fun or exploring in this hotel! A lot of gaming area, plenty of variety offered with their restaurants and shops and also some fun art exhibits.

    Do expect a long line for the club (Marquee), and be careful being put on the "guest list" by any random promoters. That totally fell through for me and my group. So.. be prepared, and bring cash! The "we're hot" thing didn't work, darn!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
    Connie Pistilli
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    5 Apr 16, 2014

    Cosmo is fabulous! It caters to a hip and trendy crowd, with its sleek and sexy interior. Their club, Marquee, is one of the hottest spots to party - but if you aren't on a guestlist, be prepared for an insane wait to get in. The various lounges are chic and restaurants are very hipster, as are the shops (including Stitched and All Saints). Rooms have their own balconies, so the views are incredible. Room service is quick and very accommodating. Best hotel in City Center, and one of the top ones on the strip.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasPro 2014
    Trinity
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    5 Jan 04, 2014

    I came here with the hubby and we were treated to complimentary rooms based on a holiday offer from the hotel's membership program. Checking into the hotel was a good experience. We definitely felt like we were treated better than the average visitor. No issues valeting the car and they helped direct us into the hotel lobby. Each staff member greeted us as we walked in and even held the door for us. We ended up going for an additional $50 per night upgrade to a suite room at check-in. No regrets! The suite had an amazing view of the Strip and the Bellagio fountain. It also was well-furnished, had a large bathroom with both a stand up shower and jacuzzi tub, full kitchen, separated dining and living area, outdoor patio with lounge chairs, and a second full bathroom. Beautiful, chic and glam. The bed was also super comfy and luxurious.

    We would definitely stay here again.

    Highly recommended!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
    Jennifer Seely
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    5 Dec 27, 2013

    Very upscale hotel in the heart of the action on the strip. The restaurants in the hotel are incredible. The retail on property is also swanky. The suite was quiet with views of the Bellagio fountains. Great choice for any trip to Vegas.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasPro 2014
    Verlisia
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    5 Nov 06, 2013

    I think Cosmopolitan is now my hotel of choice in Vegas. I love the tastefully decorated rooms and the practical floorplan. I certainly didn't mind the the beautiful strip view from the balcony either.

    There are no shortage of luxury on the strip but what Cosmopolitan offer is more than just some a Jacuzzi tub or and shiny granite kitchenette. It is a very thoughtful hotel and a showcase for some intriguing modern art. I enjoyed all the coffee table books, paintings and sculptures. The hotel lobby alone is detour worthy.

    I only have one complaint. Why can't I have a coffee machine in the room? Would that basic kitchen equipment really destroy the chic ambiance?

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasPro 2014
    Tammy Intrepid A.
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    5 Nov 22, 2013

    I now understand why everyone's been raving about this place. The Cosmo, and neighboring property Aria, are the latest in the Vegas trend towards elegant and understated rather than loud and garish…and I like it. Their trademark 4-story chandelier is magnificent. If you tell someone you're meeting them under the chandelier, you'd better get way more specific. Other cool touches are vaguely steampunk art sculptures, vending machines which once sold cigarettes and now offer small works of art, and stunning interior design in every lounge I saw. Will be signing up for their insider club as soon as I post this review, so the next time I'm in town we might delve deeper into what The Cosmo has to offer.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasPro 2014
    Sara Benson
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    5 Oct 16, 2013

    Squeezed between the Bellagio casino and the skyscraping CityCenter complex on the Strip (Las Vegas Blvd.), Cosmo raises the stakes. Killer terrace suites with wraparound views and step-out patios, cabanas in the casino, a summer pool club facing the Strip, a Turkish-styled hammam spa, eclectic indie shops, and a whole sumo stable full of star chef's restaurants, plus the three-story Chandelier Bar. And whimsical pop art scattered almost everywhere you look. Had a great lunch at Holstein's gourmet burgers & boozy milkshakes last time here. If you want to be in the middle of the scene on the Strip, this place is just about perfect.

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasPro 2014
    Jason Flegel
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    5 Oct 26, 2013

    Cosmopolitan is the hottest casino/hotel on the strip! Trendy, fun and somehow boutique. Artistic in terms of the sleek architecture and contemporary design. I'm glad Vegas is steering away from the cheesed-up theme hotels and bringing a new set of classier digs. I'm not a gambler, but can hang out here all day - there's various bars, restaurants, and a small shopping area. Best of all, the Marquee Dayclub and Boulevard Pool are fantastic for taking a swim and enjoying the strip's best views!

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  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
    Joshua Stewart
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    5 Jun 02, 2013

    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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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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Reviews Summary

Excellent!8297 reviews across the web.

  • Guests say the hotel is recommendable for travelers who want to party.
  • Guests say the hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway.
  • Room
    96% thought the view was good.
  • Hotel Building
    96% said the facilities were very new.
  • Location
    90% enjoyed the nightlife nearby.
  • Food
    82% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
  • Ambiance
    75% were fond of the entertainment options.
  • Hotel
    73% thought it was clean.

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