- Dining choices extensive, but not complete
- Casino is a bit generic
- No poker room
- Room cleaning questionable
The Cosmopolitan is a highrise casino resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. Located on the Las Vegas Strip, the property offers many dining choices, large studios and suites, and has a full casino.
This is a very nice property with excellent employees. There are five levels of underground parking and the self-park elevators open directly onto the main hotel and casino area - no long walks.
The layout of the property is good, pools well maintained and fun. Employees are attentive and happy to please. Good room service, front desk, slots and table game personell. There are plenty of things to do on property for adults. Children may be bored after swimming.
Room was cleaned quickly and beds made, however the studio was not vacuumed, trash cans were not emptied and dirty glasses were not cleaned or removed.
Guide Review - The Cosmopolitan - Casino Review
The Cosmopolitan is less than two years old and offers a wonderful array of dining and shopping choices for visitors and guests. The hotel is located at 3708 Las Vegas Blvd. (the Strip) between the Bellagio and the Aria. The 2900+ rooms are located in two high-rise towers offering large studio rooms (620 square feet) with equally large (110 square feet) private terraces. Suites of varying sizes are available.
Hotel amenities include three pools with cabanas available, hot tubs, deck games like pool and foosball, and full bars. A business center and fitness center are also available. A small shopping mall is on hand and there are over a dozen dining choices.
Room service is speedy and reasonable. Although there are many restaurants, the Cosmopolitan is a bit trendy, without a coffee shop-style restaurant. If you have children, Va Bene Caffe' is your best bet for breakfast if you pass on the buffet.The Casino
The casino is nicely laid out with plenty of room to move about. A sports book is located upstairs. On the main floor are nearly 1500 slot machines including many new games. The casino is not glitzy, a bit generic with no branding or desire to offer something new or different, but there are plenty of good games to choose from.
Table games include the standard craps, blackjack, and roulette plus Three-Card-Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold'em, Crazy 4 Poker, Spanish 21, baccarat, Let-it-Ride, and Fortune Pai Gow. Limits vary as the crowds do, but some $10 blackjack is available. Roulette is also priced at a minimum per spin of $10. There is no poker room at this time.