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Hotel Information        
Rooms: 2,995 Room Pics: Yes Toll Free: 877-551-7778
Location: Center Strip Property Map: Yes Local: 702-698-7000
Date Opened: December 15, 2010        
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Size: 100,000 Sq.Ft. Tables: ~100
Machines: 1,500 Sports Book: Yes
Video Poker and Slot Club Information Poker Room: No

Total: 14
Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grille - JapaneseOnline Menu - No
Comme Ca - FrenchOnline Menu - No
Estiatorio Milos - Greek & MediterraneanOnline Menu - No
Jaleo - Spanish/TapasOnline Menu - No
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STK - SteakOnline Menu - No
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Business Center
Meeting Space - 150,000 Sq.Ft.
Pool Area: 3 Seperate Areas
Shopping: 11 Shops

Review & Ratings
Review Date: Dec 2010

All of the guests on opening night were in the "Eastside" Tower, which is the smaller of the two and closest from the strip. It is also a decent walk from the front desk. We were on the 68th floor, overlooking City Center and the South Strip. Our room was a "Terrace Studio" with premium view and staying at this hotel in a room without a terrace should be a crime! It's definitely one of the big things that makes this place different. It's about the size of a Venetian or Encore room with a large bathroom and a living area/bedroom seperated by a small wall. Since these rooms were once intended to be condos, there is also a kitchen area with sink, microwave, fridge and dishwasher, yes, a dishwasher! That's certainly a first for me at a Strip casino. There were 2 large flat screen TVs affixed to the walls with the one in the living room having a full A/V panel. The TV also served as the control panel for the in-room technology managing the lights, temperature and music. You can even make show and restaurant reservations through it as well. I didn't spend much time playing around with it so I can't say how it compares to the system at ARIA. There was also free wired/wirelss internet access. The bathroom had a jetted tub, big shower, seperate toilet room and a dual sink vanity and was stocked with the full compliment of amenities.

The room was incredibly comfortable to just hang out in. The L-shaped couch was great for TV watching, the terrace was nice to just sit on and watch Vegas go by and the jetted tub is perfect after a long day of walking the Strip. There were also some nice features like the large window into the bathroom which made the room feel bigger, the assorted literature scattered about or the ability to turn all the lights on or off from several places in the room. I know I almost sound like an advertisement for the joint but that is how much we liked the room after staying in many a crappy one in our day.

Much about the room except for the terrace and the dishwasher have been done before and a lot of things done better at the Wynns and Bellagios of the world but the combination of everything along with what is offered downstairs makes the Cosmopolitan a worthy option against anything else Vegas has to offer and certainly a place we're looking forward to staying at again soon.

Cosmopolitan Terrace Studio View Picture

Terrace Studio View

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