I have stayed at the Cosmo quite a few time. This was my first time back since the pandemic. I was a bit disappointed as the rooms are a bit run down. While we got a room upgrade, our balcony faced the airport. The lights and phone chargers on the table between the beds did not work. This left the room quite dark. I requested maintenance but they never came. I pulled the table from the wall and while there was a power strip, the wall outlet was clearly not working. As usual, the gym was great and you can’t beat the location. Just wish they would update some of the tired rooms.
Stunningly chic hotel, rooms are great and suites very spacious. We were lucky to be upgraded to a one bed balcony suite on 61st floor. It was a really nice room with great facilities and awesome shower and a massive sunken bath. Each day of coming back from a day sightseeing the room was presented immaculately by housekeeping. The hidden/secret Pizza although not cheap was awesome to have before bed !! Make no mistake, Vegas is ridiculously expensive but the Cosmopolitan is a very glamorous trendy hotel
This hotel is absolutely amazing! I cannot say enough about the staff. I mean the entire staff. From the staff at check-in to the room service to concierge they were all so friendly and so helpful. Our view from our room was stunning. We had a perfect view of the strip with the mountains right behind it. We actually never left the hotel because there was so much to do there. We took in a show. We had dinner there and we went to numerous bars. We ordered room service for breakfast each morning and the service was top-tier. The rooms and bathrooms were immaculate. The housekeeping staff was just excellent. I think they hire from the same planet of people that Chic-Fil-A hires from, lol! Although we did a lot, my favorite was probably the OPM show. This was a must-see for us. Just a heads up, this is definitely a show for adults, as it is a show filled with hilarious debauchery along with talent. I would definitely say do not listen to the Debbie downer‘s and negative Karens who give this show a bad review. OPM was well worth the money and an absolute great show! My favorite “character” was probably Venus, however they were all so talented! We had so much fun there! I ordered the Cosmonaut drink during the show, and give it a thumbs up. I give this hotel five stars!!! Too many places that we visited in this hotel to name all here (Beauty and Essex, Milk, Momofuku are a few), just know it is a Must Stay!…
We had a very nice room with balcony. The room was clean, updated, and spacious. Chamber service was timely and thorough. All employees at the hotel were hospitable and well trained. It was a pleasure. The crowd was a little young for us but people we’re friendly.
Ouch, sad to see my favorite Las Vegas hotel go downhill. My last two stays here have been incredibly disappointing. Rooms are aging, visible stains on furniture & carpets, insane waits to get through to housekeeping, poor customer service. Was told I'd be contacted by a manager but no one even bothered to follow up with us during our stay. Housekeeping said they were understaffed and completely skipped cleaning rooms for the day. I've stayed at the Cosmopolitan at least a dozen times over the years but sadly I've moved my business to the Wynn...at least the rooms are clean there.
Disappointing stay. I am a regular traveller to Las Vegas and stayed in many hotels in Vegas. The Cosmopolitan has the worse holiday experience of them all. The rooms where cringey dirty, the hotel staff are not friendly, not to a 5* standard at all. Very disappointed in my stay and will not be returning to the Cosmopolitan. Do not recommend this hotel, the other hotel provide a much more pleasant entire stay experience.
This hotel is in a great location and our room, which on the 29th floor in the Boulevard tower. had a wonderful balcony with an outstanding view of the Bellagio Fountains. I chose this hotel over the Bellagio because you could get rooms with a balcony, which the Bellagio does not have, to my knowledge. Check in went very smoothly and the restaurants in the hotel were very good. I think the Housekeeping staff's pay is somehow tied to how many rooms they clean a day because we had a VERY insistent housekeeper that wanted to clean our room. Some of the hotel common areas where you could sit and relax, or eat and drink were pretty dirty - stained cushions on furniture, stained carpeting, spilled drinks on coffee tables, and trash left behind by quests. For the price of our stay, I was a little disappointed in the cleanliness & the rudeness of our housekeeper, but very happy with the room, outdoor balcony, and location of the hotel.…
Easy from airport, nice terrace with sunset and sunrise views, pool Nice, dry bar on 2nd floor, chandelier bar, eggslut , jalio.. delicious food . easy sky bridge to the crystal shops at aria.. really easy access to Bellagio as well. I have are marriott loyal and we liked the separate autograph check in for members
The view of the fountain we got in our room was truly special. I did notice the smell of smoke because of people smoking on their balconies. The casino was small but fun and they really had some unique experiences like the speak easy bar.
I've been lucky enough to visit Vegas twice now, the first time with my wife as the last stop on our honeymoon & once with the guys for a friend's belated (by Covid) 40th. My wife & I don't usually stay in big hotels but it's pretty much unavoidable in Vegas so you just have to go with it & appreciate it for what it is make the most of the experience. The Cosmo was a good choice as it is centre strip, clean & modern with lots of restaurants & a days & night club on the complex. It is busy but that is to be expected of course in Vegas! Service was very good at reception and staff were friendly & polite at all times. We had food credit with our room & particularly enjoyed using it to eat breakfast at Henry's (expensive but an excellent breakie to help cure the inevitable hangovers). On our honeymoon my wife & I stayed at the Bellagio next door & to be completely honest I slightly preferred the décor & room / view / pool at the Bellagio to the Cosmo, but that is not to say the Cosmo is not also great & of course décor is a very personal taste. I think I've heard it said before that the Bellagio is the place to stay for slightly older guests (30 / 40s+) and the Cosmo for the younger 20 / 30s crowd. Fitting into the former age group myself now lol I think I have to agree. The Cosmo is probably a bit more hip and if I was 10 years younger it would be my choice of the two perhaps. That said, for a group of us, it was perfect so I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it for a party group!…