The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 78%Nightlife Lovers
- 63%Art & Design Lovers
- 59%Business Travelers
- 55%Local Culture
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- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasAmbassadorMember ofStudentsLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 13Aug 22, 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!Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 10, 2014
The Cosmopolitan is one of my favorite hotels in Vegas. The four of us girls were fortunate enough to stay here a few months after it opened a few years ago, and we LOVED it. Everything about the hotel was glamorous and girly. I'm sure some guys would enjoy it, but the chandeliers and the room decor felt so fancy and luxurious. It's definitely the ideal hotel for a bachelorette party. The purple and pink was very cute.
It's also convenient that Marquee is located inside the hotel because we didn't have to venture far to party.Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofStudentsWellnessGreen TravelersAdventure TravelersAug 09, 2014
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.Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofStudentsLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 14Jul 25, 2014
It's like sex in the city puked all over this place with pink, glitter and sexiness. I am also in love with their unqiue furnitures, especially the game themed section near the secret pizza place.
There's always a reason to come to this hotel when I'm in vegas. Either for Marquee, the secret pizza place, fun photoshoots with girlfriends, the buffet or just to gamble.
I heard theres a new "speakeasy" lounge where they have some pretty amazing performance and unique pricey food. I need to check it out...
It's a bit of a walk if you stay in the middle of the strip. We always take a cab there.Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 7Aug 07, 2014
Oooooh la la Vegas just got a bit sexier.
While every new hotel in Vegas is getting bigger and grander, Cosmo is keeping it classy. This place is very boutique hotel feeling, more intimate and sexy.
Heard the hotel was originally suppose to be private property condos, so the rooms still have the home like feel. Walking into your suite will feel like winding down and settling back at home. Tastefully done artwork, very mod furniture, upscale New York feeling. I've never been so impressed with the detail of a hotel - and they have awesome toiletry, you really get what you pay for. Full service mini fridge and 2 tvs, open concept like a real loft. There's even books.
Aside from the visuals, service was great - champagne was served upon notice that their computers were down (which caused an hour wait). This is where I dock a star, in consideration that I stayed here over New Years and everything is pretty new, they still have A LOT of kinks to work out. The phone in my room didn't work, causing me not to have access to bell desk or late check out. They had server problems. The door key wasn't working properly. Lots of these things would probably be ironed out over time though so I won't go on. Overall I had a wonderful stay and this is definitely a come back spot for me.Recommended for:
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- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jul 16, 2014
Hark! The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is where the gays be at. The pomp of the Bellagio, the central location of Ceasars Palace, and none of the eye-rolling of the Wynn. The lazy way to describe the Cosmopolitan would be to call it the New Las Vegas, but anyone who has been to this town more than once knows that the entire city exists in a constant state of flux. But for right now, this is your best bet for a hotel full of babes and boys and less of families of five.Recommended for:
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- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofFoodiesLuxury TravelersHistory Buffs+ 2Jun 08, 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..!Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jun 15, 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!Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofFamily TravelersFoodiesTrendstersDec 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.Recommended for:
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- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jun 11, 2014
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?Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 3May 30, 2014
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.Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Oct 20, 2013
Another of Vegas's many luxury resort hotels, the Cosmopolitan is a very young, trendy spot with modern design and decor. The casino and bars are loaded with young people looking to get drunk, get rich, get laid, or get all three. It's fun to check out and the interior is certainly very swanky.Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Apr 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.Recommended for:
- The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersSep 02, 2013
It's new, it's fancy and it's aimed at the young cool kids who do things like buy designer jeans and go to clubs. That's not really me, but the rooms are great, the casino is nice and the dining options are solid. Our group of non-clubby guys had a great time during our stay. If you're a gambler, though, you're probably going to want to spend most of your time at other casinos that are in larger players' club networks.
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Excellent!8667 reviews across the web.
- This is a wonderful boutique hotel, as guests say.
- This is a wonderful design hotel, as guests say.
- Room97% thought the view was good.
- Location90% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
- Hotel BuildingConference area was excellent, according to 86%
- Restaurant82% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- Ambiance76% were fond of the entertainment options.
- HotelHotel is great.