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1. Re: Las Vegas Hotels

If you're going to be in town for 10 nights then the easy solution is to split your time and have five nights at each. Both are excellent properties and it will enhance your time in Vegas by experiencing two different hotels.

Cosmopolitan does have a younger vibe but I'm in my late 40s and certainly don't feel out of place there so you should be fine. It does get pretty hectic at weekends (though the same could be said about just about any Strip hotel) so perhaps avoid it then if you don't want things to get too crazy!

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It'll be a good idea to split your time between hotels. If you opt for one I'd personally go for the Palazzo due to its location right in the middle.

Have you considered staying one or two nights downtown. The vibe it totally different to the strip, it can be a convenient base to explore the Mob Museum, Neon Boneyard, Premium Outlets and Fremont Street Experience.

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I would say the cosmopolitan is more central than the Palazzo. I would split your time between the two as well. Why not experience both hotels. As far as the Cosmo, if you book thru the Marriott website, they will price match any other websites nightly rate, plus take off an additional 25%! Best deal for the Cosmo!

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4. Re: Las Vegas Hotels

Haven't been to the Cosmo, but you would never ever regret staying at the Venetian or Palazzo. Both utterly wonderful hotels with fantastic restaurants on the doorstep, and my favoured location on the strip.

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Splitting your trip between the two hotels is a perfect solution. As with DylansDad, I would consider the Cosmo way more centrally located than the Palazzo. I am even older than blagger (Egad!) and I love the Cosmo.

I would never suggest someone stay downtown on their first visit. I would suggest you do visit some evening to see what it is like. It does have a different atmosphere than the strip- not better, not worse- just different. Some people love it, some people hate it, but you won't know if it is for you until you see it for yourself. If you visit and like it- then you can stay there on your next trip. Until that happens- I would definitely stick to the strip on a first visit.

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