"Great location, beautiful views"
The hotel room was clean and modern. The beds were very, very comfortable. The view overlooking the Bellagio fountains was breathtaking. Excellent location. The casino has a great variety of up to date slot machines that were very entertaining. I would definitely stay here again.
"Not as expected"
This hotel is very pricey and does not offer very good service in some areas. The front desk was more than helpful and provided a map of the site which came in handy when trying to find places to eat etc. We stayed three nights checking in on a Thursday and leaving on Sunday. On Friday we left our room early in the day and returned late that evening only to find our room had not been serviced. This surprised me since the room I booked was a suite with a terrace. On Saturday morning before we left the room I called down to the maid service and asked that our room be serviced I was not impressed with the reception I got on the phone. I was told that I didn’t need to phone that the rooms are serviced as needed. When I explained our room had not been done the day before I was told that was not possible that it would have been serviced. I gave up trying to explain that it had not been done and just asked that they make sure it was done that day. It was when we returned. Would I stay there again' The answer is no. It is far too pricey for what you get, the casino is horrible and it is a difficult property to navigate. More for the young crowd.
"great location on the strip"
we chose the cosmopolitan for its location. Easy walking to either end of the strip. not a huge hotel so easy to get around. The restaurant on the main floor, the Henry, was great for my husband and I but also for our 3 year old.
"Modern Hotel, Great Location"
I stayed here for a conference May 14-18, 2017. I will try to cover all the relevant attributes of this hotel. I arrived around 4pm on a Sunday afternoon via Uber and checked out from my room on Thursday morning. Check-in: Took about 15 minutes with a somewhat long line. There was a "lady" in line ahead of me who was not checking in, but "waiting for a friend". She let other people and me go ahead of her. I don't know if she was looking for "clients", so be aware. Ask them for the Wifi code at check-in. The Wifi was not great and you have to keep logging in every time you return to the hotel. Room: 4843, on 48th floor, Chelsea tower facing Bellagio Fountains. I requested a QUIET room away from the nightclubs per the advice of prior customers on TA. The room was very quiet which was great. My spacious room had 2 queen beds. I have included photos of the room below which should prove useful. There were a lot of mirrors in the room, facing the beds, on the closet door, etc. Light-switches labeled "Hello" and "Goodbye" near front door allows you to turn all lights in the room when you leave and vice versa--cool feature. Front closet has a safe, iron, ironing table, wooden hangers, etc. Bathroom: 2 sinks (would have been better if higher), separate toilet area, separate shower with close-able blinds facing bedroom area, no tub (if that's important to you, make sure you request at check-in). Shower water pressure was very good. Shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, lotion provided. Hairdryer also provided. Beds: very comfortable, firm but not too much. Pillows were too soft for my taste. The AC vent, although 10 feet away, hits you right in the face when you're laying in bed. You may need to turn the vent fan to low or off to avoid this if you're bothered by it. TV: flat screen, big enough. You can check out from your room on the tv. All the usual channels, eg CNN, MSNBC, CNBC provided. Music channels also available on the tv. Nightstand has alarm clock and outlets for charging cell. Sitting area has 2 leather upholstered chairs and a 1 foot diameter table between, located near the window overlooking Bellagio fountains. This a great view as you're eating or just sitting and relaxing. There's a separate desk and chair, with land-line phone, multiple outlets for charging devices. There's a minibar fridge which has no usable space if you plan to store food. Call housekeeping and they will bring you another fridge to your room for your personal use for free. Elevators: fast once you get in, but you may have to wait a bit for them to show up. Casino: Lots of slots, poker, roulette, blackjack tables near front of hotel with minimum $10 bets. Blackjack tables further in have higher $15 minimum bets. Note: If you arrive at the table when the minimum is $10, you can keep betting that minimum even after they increase the minimum to $15 for new arrivals. I did not have very good luck at the blackjack tables at Cosmo. The returns are 6:5 which is not great. Treasure Island has $10 minimum tables with 3:2 returns and I had the best time there playing Blackjack. Slot machines paid ok the first day, but dried up thereafter. I did not play any of the other games. Pools: I believe there are 3 pools at this hotel, but I did not use them. Workout area: (see photos) There were several separate areas with floor mats for exercise, free weights, treadmills, ellipticals, ab balls, etc. Free towels and water provided. Fee included in resort fee. General impression: This was my first time staying at Cosmo. I thought the hotel was modern and elegant and the location mid-strip is great. The waitresses are friendly & relatively quick with your drink orders if gambling. The casino can get pretty smoky later in the day. I saw a lot of younger people at this hotel. IMO, don't gamble at this hotel because the returns are poor in my experience. Save that for other hotels. If your company is paying for your stay, by all means, feel free to stay here. If I was paying for myself, I don't know that I would stay here. See my other reviews regarding the restaurants contained inside this hotel for detailed info. The conference facilities here were top-notch. Easy access from conference area to Chelsea tower rooms via adjacent elevators. I understand there is free parking at this hotel although I did not have a car. 10-12 minutes by Uber from LAS to Cosmo!
"2 nights of fun and gambling"
Hotel restaurants very good. Suites are decent. Casino so so. High roller area is decent. Staff very friendly and well trained. Casino credit is living in dark ages. Would have given a 5 but for the casino back office staff. Pity. Stay here. Play here. Not sure I would gamble again here. But perhaps one more try and a second review over summer. Give them benefit of doubt until next review.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM