Brilliant facilities, rooms were spotless and cleaned perfectly on a daily basis, not too overcrowded compared to other casinos , only small complaints were queues for breakfast/not enough seating to eat breakfast, coffee machine was not in rooms as advertised. Although all of this was minor as we were made to feel so welcome and had an amazing time, would recommend to both couples and families
Traveller from manchester
This Art Deco-style hotel is located on the Strip behind the Grand Bazaar Shops, a 2-acre shopping plaza with over 120 …More
Loved this hotel from the moment we entered the lobby! The rooms are spacious and comfortable and the buffets are fantastic. We saw the Cirque show "o" and it was incredible and a must see if your there!! The fountain show is a must see.
The only complaint would be the price of coffee and tea!! There is no coffeemaker in the room so your forced to pay their rediculous prices for coffee!!!
About 1,000 fountains dance to music and light in front of this European-style hotel set along the Las Vegas Strip, next to …More
We just got back from our stay at the Cosmopolitan and it was wonderful. The hotel is beautiful and is centrally located with easy access to restaurants and shopping nearby. The Wicked Spoon buffet was far better than one that we visited a day before and it was one of the top 5. The hotel has so much to do inside that you really don't ever have to leave. Our room was spacious and clean and the staff was friendly and very helpful. The only complaint we had was that our room was located in the East Tower and the Marquee Day/Night Club was located below us. It was so loud that we couldn't sleep and we were on the 32nd floor. The club stayed open until 4 am on Saturday night. It would have been nice if the hotel could have let us know that this would be the case and maybe given us the option of a different room. I can't imagine that we would be the only ones to ever complain about this. I understand this is Vegas and most people are out partying until the late hours but not everyone does. Other than that, our stay was great and we loved our first time in Vegas.
Set in the center of the Strip, this unique resort provides an enchanting destination amid the attractions of Las Vegas. The …More
Glittering, larger-than-life gambling palaces dominate Las Vegas Boulevard South, better known as The Strip. Here, hotels are destinations unto themselves. Within a three-mile stretch, visitors can see the New York City skyline, the Eiffel Tower, an Egyptian pyramid, imperial Rome, a dancing fountain, and an exploding volcano. A monorail links several hotels and the Las Vegas Convention Center.