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Cosmopolitan Las Vegas – Review April 2018

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Luxury Hotel

April 1st – 4th 2018


I brought my husband here as a birthday gift to him for his milestone 50th birthday.

Upon entry to this awesome hotel,  we were greeted by such a beautiful lobby.  The glass-paneled columns were equipped with digital background scenes. It changes colors and designs often and you can’t help but be transfixed as you wait in line for check-in. The mirrored ceiling and shiny floors, made this lobby feel a bit bigger than it really is.

The Chandelier lounge is to your right and just begs to be photographed. The lobby was busy with people checking in and the lineups were a little scary if I can remember, it was about six lines for check-in, in total.

After 15 minutes we were checked in and given our room key for the 51st floor. We were excited. I asked what was our view like, and the gentleman said the pool view.  I asked if we could be granted an upgrade as I explained that it was a very special trip for us, he said that it would cost an extra $45 per night to upgrade, and the price he quoted us was at a discounted price already. The regular upgrade would cost $80 per night. No thanks.

There are two towers, The Boulevard, and The Chelsea.

Check in experience, was delivered in a clear and concise manner. He was welcoming and had a sense of humor and had an easy going attitude.

RoomBoulevard Tower, 51st Floor then moved to 66th Floor

I booked a Terrace suite. Upon opening our door we were greeted by a spacious living room area, that was modern and colorful. It radiated fun and vibrant feel. Rushing to our bedroom, the bed looked inviting and everything looked pristine clean. The terrace was absolutely beautiful, and the view was of the Boulevard Pool. From the 51st floor, the view was amazing.


Our neighbors were having a jolly good time with their marijuana, that it quickly wafted into our room. Within minutes, our room was overbearing and my husband had a reaction to his eyes and throat. Sadly to say we had to close the balcony door and call the front desk and bring them up to speed on the marijuana situation. I called the front desk 3xs to finally get approval from the manager, who was really apologetic and accommodating.

Low and behold, my wishes came true and we were moved on up to the 66th floor, with a view of the Bellagio Fountain! Oh my God, it was the most spectacular view EVER! We instantly fell in love and I just knew from that moment on, it was going to be a great stay!

Finally, we were comfortable and I was able to enjoy our room. Our room came with a personal concierge; “Rose” all you had to do is text Rose with any questions you may have, and voila, she instantly had the answers for you. I used her to asked about the pool hours, restaurant hours, car rental and to check out on our final day. She was amazing!

There is an iPad for guests to use. You can look up restaurant hours, control your room temperature as well as control all the lights in the room.

The room was spacious, clean, beautiful, modern, upbeat and was fantastically comfortable. I utilized every corner of it.

The bathroom consisted of 2 double sinks, a separate door for the toilet, an amazing Japanese soaker tub, and a stand-up shower that was so roomy, I’m sure it could fit four people in it!

The separate living room was pretty with bright pillows and fancy wallpaper.

The mini bar was fully stocked.

All in all, I could say that this has been the best room we have ever stayed at, in Las Vegas. We’ve been here 3x’s…


To sum up this hotel experience: Remarkable and outstanding.

This is a modern hotel, with so many sights to behold, it is clearly overwhelming and fascinating. The casino, the many restaurants, the shops and numerous places you can just chill, was beautiful. Everything was beautiful here. The Chandelier was spectacular! It is literally a gigantic chandelier! There are far too many pluses to this hotel to mention. I could go on forever. But trust me, it is hell amazing.


Staff was very accommodating, courteous, and happy. My complaint about our previous room was dealt with; professionalism and with sincerity. “Kendall” the manager I spoke with, was apologetic and went above and beyond to make us happy. He was very easy to speak with and had called 2x’s to make sure all was well with us.


There are many restaurants and foodie places to choose from, at the Cosmopolitan.

Here are the places we ate:


A trendy and beautiful Japanese restaurant serving fresh sushi and grilled meat. We sat by the table that over see’s the staff making sushi and grilling pork bellies.

We ordered a light snack as it was already late in the night.

Mai Tai

Is the best I’ve ever tasted.

Spicy Beef Tenderloin

Medium rare, delicious and very tasty.

Vegetable Tempura

Crispy and fresh

Wicked Spoon


This buffet cost $42 US per person. Variety of food will please anyone with a picky palate. The restaurant is large, but to be lacking a bit of luster. It felt like a cafeteria to me, not so special as I thought it would be. The food was delicious though. You must try the stuffed Ravioli and made to order Mussels! The dessert wasn’t good. Nothing worth to mention.



Yes, the name is cringed, and the line up too long. As an egg lover, I was excited to try this place. It was A-okay. I can’t say that it was Oh My God, amazing, but for that hype the previous day with all those people lining up, I thought it would blow me away. It didn’t.

Luke’s Lobster

Delicious Lobster tail sandwich, we ate in a cute little outdoor patio that seats approximately 10 people. Located outside of Showcase shopping mall. This was worth to mention.


There are three pools in total. The Boulevard, Chelsea and Marquee Day Club pool.

We only visited one during our short stay, which is in our tower, the Boulevard Pool.


The most beautiful hotel pool ever! Unfortunately, on our last day, it was so windy and really cold, hence we didn’t get a chance to enjoy it. So sad, but there’s always a next time!

Final Thoughts

As you can probably tell, I truly loved this hotel. It is the best I’ve been to and we’ve been to many resorts & hotels. Nothing compares to the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. Regardless of your age, this is the hotel for you. Plenty to see, plenty to do, plenty of things to be engaged in, plenty to eat and plenty to shop.

Our view was out of this world mesmerizing and utterly stunning. On the 66th floor with the Bellagio to our left, the majestic Bellagio Fountain with its glorious water show and Paris Hotel to our right was just unforgettable. With the Las Vegas strip below us, each night I would just sit and be lost in my realm. The experience is begging to be repeated very soon.

Just go!












2 thoughts on “Cosmopolitan Las Vegas – Review April 2018”

  1. Pictures are great and the whole trip looks like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing all the best spots to visit!

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