TripAdvisor traveler ratingbased on 1402 reviews
LocationLas Vegas - Strip
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General policies & fine print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization upon check-in for incidentals, this will place a hold on your funds. If you don’t provide a credit/debit card, a cash deposit is required upon check-in for incidentals.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Resort Fee: A mandatory hotel-imposed fee is charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out.
Mandatory hotel-imposed resort fee inclusions:
•Unlimited local, toll-free, and domestic long-distance telephone calls (all 50 states).
•Fitness Center access (applicable to both centers in the Boulevard and The Chelsea Towers)
•Tennis court access (based on availability)
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change at any time. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Up to 2 dogs per room are allowed.
Dogs must weigh 25 pounds or less each, and be present at time of check-in.
Dogs are only allowed in specific room category (Terrace One Bedroom Fountain View or Terrace Suite).
Guest must present documentation for current vaccinations.
A fee of $50.00 + tax (per pet per night) will be charged and collect by the hotel at check-in.
(Subject to change)
- No Show Penalty: 100% of balance due Applies: Sunday - Saturday 01Jan15 - 31Dec50
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating1402 reviews
Best hotel on the strip
This is hand down the best hotel on the strip and one of the only ones with a balcony. This is where we stay every time we go. Would highly recommend to anyone without kids. It has a crystal like decor that my wife absolutely loved.
Like pulling teeth - Gamblers don’t apply
I’ve given Cosmo multiple opportunities for my business. I go to gamble. Their comp system is weird and non transparent. They cater to whales and minnows. If you are in the middle you won’t get anything. It’s an interesting business model for a place with only one property that has so much competition surrounding it. I’ve decided to patronize other casinos that value my hard earned dollars. Their buffet when it was open was the worst in Las Vegas. They don’t have room service after 1am.
Danger! Please read..
Loved this place pre pandemic. Have been here for a week but unfortunately this is one of the most dangerous covid 19 breeding grounds I have ever seen. Clientele not wearing masks, NO social distancing, cheap plastic face shields instead of masks,people with masks around there necks, smoking thru masks overcrowding in all areas, especially the elevators. The staff is overwhelmed and look scared to confront anyone. How the State of Nevada allows this death trap to operate is beyond me. Please don’t roll the dice with your life. Its not worth it. Wish we knew this before coming out.
Great stay, great safety standards during a pandemic
We stayed here on a Wednesday and Thursday. First off, if you are a guest you are not charged for valet service. That's a big savings. We booked this room through hotwire for a ridiculously low price. Once we got to guest services, we got upgraded to a Terrace suite for $65 dollars more per night. The room was nice. Lots of room. A widescreen TV in the living room, and two large couches. An iPad controlled all the lighting and room settings. Unfortunately, I could never figure out how to turn on/off a specific room's lighting. The bedroom was nice, the view (room 4321 on 43rd floor) was facing the Bellagio fountains and the strip. The view was priceless. A widescreen TV was also in the bedroom. Not a fan of the bed. Both my husband and I woke up with sore backs. The bed wasn't soft nor was it hard but clearly there was an issue with the mattress. The bathroom was exquisite, right down the the Japanese soaking tub with a view of the strip. Bathrobes and slippers were provided, as well as toiletries. The shower was huge. Excellent water pressure. The casino was a winner for me-- in 10 minutes I won $250 on a powerball slot. I noticed the vibe of this casino was hip and energetic. Gen Z. Lots of wealthy, young couples. I did not see any children at the hotel. Hardly any seniors as well. Overall I enjoyed our stay. I'd give it 5 stars but no coffeemaker in the room and a mattress that made both of our backs sore gets a reduction. Also, there was a cigar left on our balcony sofa that had been smoked for a little bit. It had not been removed before our arrival.
Beautiful hotel, but
Indeed this is truly a beautiful hotel with large spacious rooms with some offering a terrace. The best part is that the rooms offer an extra fridge for guests to use during their stay and unlike other hotels, it is free of charge and already in the room. I also enjoyed having a terrace where I could just unwind in the fresh air and enjoy the views on the comfy furnishings. The terrace rooms also offer nice thick terry cloth robes as well as slippers, which is always a plus. The hotel itself is situated in the heart of the strip and within walking distance to most casinos and restaurants. I loved the decorations, very classy and modern. The resort fee is comparable to most other hotels but the daily incidental fee of $150 is outrageous. So having said all of this the con is that the “classy” image this hotel wants to portray is greatly compromised by the class of people staying here. It appears that the majority of the patrons are younger party goers with no idea of how to dress in public. To make things worse, the room just two doors down from us was blasting music and the idiots were screaming in the hallway. Really people, have some decency for others and keep your stupidity to a minimum. And it seemed that security took their sweet time coming up after we complained, it was 11:30 pm after all and honestly for how much we had paid why should we put up with such nonsense. The other con is that there is no coffee maker in the rooms, there is however a Starbucks in the lobby. Although I loved the room and the “classy” feel of this hotel, I would really have to think twice before staying here again.