Step away from the mini-bar!!! It appears if you so much as open it, touch anything inside, move anything, the sensor on each item goes off and immediately onto your bill (even though you put it right back where it was). We were celebrating a friends 45th and 50th birthdays (yeah, we were the old fogies, by comparison...but were having fun) and 4 couples ended up in our room for cocktails and laughs before we went out. As someone opened it to look inside, one of the others told us to check our bill on the TV. Sure enough, there was a $28 charge for 'mini-bar' (it was the wine...$28 for a single size glass of house wine, really?). So I looked inside and thought I was just looking, but once again, another charge. A simple call via the "beck and call" button on the phone and the charge was quickly removed. If you don't check your bill, you are likely to be paying for your unused mini-bar. Someone told us we could pay $25 to have the entire contents removed. We didn’t see the suggestion from someone else here to have them bring you a separate fridge, that would have been a good idea. I’m certain a charge would apply there also. When we tried to check out, our folio wasn't available, so not sure all the wrong charges got off, but I'm sure they will make it right.
This is definitely one of the pricier hotels in Vegas, and everything is a charge (and not a small one at that) except differing from another poster, we didn't have to pay for pool lounges and we always could find 4 or 5 together. The pool cabanas are a charge and appear very nice, but again....$1,000 a day for the nicest one, really? This is definitely a "seen and be seen" place. We likely wouldn't return as there are so many options in Vegas, but it is definitely worth at least one check out. I'd not judge the place on the casino (again, high minimums most of the time) but definitely the rooms. They are awesome (we were told this was originally built to be used as condos and we can see why).
One more interesting observation: In the East Tower, other than the 4th floor, there are no room floors with a 4 in them. Jumps from 4th floor to 15, 16, 17....23,25, 26...32,33,35...39 to 51, no 54, 64. What is the superstition with the #4? If you know, email me. Thanks. The West Tower did have room floors with 4’s in them.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a unique luxury resort offering a decidedly different perspective, situated in the heart of The Strip directly between CityCenter and Bellagio. The resort’s uniquely vertical multi-tower design offers spectacular views of the vibrant city. The new 2,995-room resort features oversized, residential-style living spaces with expansive, one-of-a-kind private terraces. The Cosmopolitan’s luxurious resort amenities include a 100,000-square-foot casino; Sahra Spa & Hammam; three unique pool experiences at The Pool District; Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan, a multi-level integrated nightclub; and 150,000 square feet of state-of-the-art convention and meeting space. An eclectic lineup of new-to-market retailers include AllSaints Spitalfields, Beckley, CRSVR Sneaker Boutique, DNA2050, Droog, Molly Brown's Swimwear, Retrospecs & Co, Skins 6|2 Cosmetics and STITCHED. Signature restaurants include Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill by restaurateurs Bruce and Eric Bromberg; Comme Ça by Los Angeles Chef David Myers; Estiatorio Milos, by international restaurateur Costas Spiliadis; Holsteins from Block 16 Hospitality; Jaleo and China Poblano restaurants by acclaimed Chef José Andrés; Scarpetta and D.O.C.G. by award-winning Chef Scott Conant; and popular steakhouse STK from The ONE Group. ... more less
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