The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Review
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas was the final stop on a massive holiday across the US and it was certainly a wonderful end to a busy month of playing tourist. The The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas rooms and facilities were amazing with two massive LCD screens to keep you entertained along with a very cool integrated entertainment system to keep you entertained while recovering from the previous nights activities without having to get out of bed.
The Cosmopolitan rooms were very spacious and the bathroom bigger than most of the hotel rooms we stayed at during our entire trip. If you want to feel like a high roller then I can certainly recommend Cosmopolitan Las Vegas as they have done a brilliant job decorating the rooms.
Cosmopolitan’s Room Options
- City Room
- Terrace Studio
- Terrace Studio with Two Queen Beds
- Terrace One Bedroom
- Terrace suite
- Wraparound Terrace Suite
- Lanai Suite
- Two Bedroom City Suite
- Reception Suite
- West End Penthouse
The Cosmopolitan’s collection of restaurants was brilliant and their food and prices made eating at the hotel a far cheaper option than eating out along the strip every time. If you are staying here or just visiting you have to ensure that you grab a burger at Holsteins or a Steak at STK while you are here you won’t be disappointed. The Cosmopolitan has 13 restaurants to choose from which is fairly impressive but some aren’t always open and often book out so ensure you get a reservation organised asap.
- Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill
- China Poblano
- Estiatorio Milos
- Overlook Grill
- Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
- The Henry
- VA Bene Caffe
- Wicked Spoon
If you are finished dinner and looking to kick off the night I’d suggest checking out one of their several lounges and bars.
- The Chandelier
- Vesper Bar
- Book & Stage
- Queue Bar
- The Neapolitan of Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan also has an amazing Marquee Nightclub with a rooftop patio overlooking the nightlights of Vegas that is spread over 60,000 square feet and also a Dayclub (adult oasis by day) that you should certainly visit.
I stayed here in August 2012 in a terrace studio with two queen beds.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Address
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109