We took advantage of a room looking over the Bellagio fountains. The room was very big with a living room and wide open bathroom.
There were two drawbacks that were quite annoying – no coffee in the room and only one drawer for clothes. While you may not need a lot of clothes in Vegas, you need plenty of coffee. Makes no sense to me.
The service was good and the staff pleasant. The location is great. Walking distance to all the hot spots.
The hotel had some interesting restaurant choices and turned the outdoor pool to an ice rink which was very cool.
Fix the coffee situation and we’ll be back.
A luxurious hot spot in the heart of the Strip, with world-class restaurants and cutting-edge bars, the non-smoking Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas,gets top ratings. This five-star resort and casino consists of two 52-foot towers with 2,952 non-smoking rooms. Even the smallest are spacious and decadent, with floor-to-ceiling windows, marble bathrooms, 52-inch flat-panel TVs with premium cable and pillowtop mattresses with luxurious linens. Many rooms sport private balconies overlooking the city skyline.