I have stayed here before and it remains one of my favorites in Vegas. Service is good, rooms are very good, and the onsite amenities are among the best. You could easily stay here and never leave City Center. Our group had several rooms here and everyone seemed happy with the visit. One of the rooms was a bungalow suite. While the room was perfect for what we needed, service to that room could be a challenge. Some of the butlers were great, some (including the ones on the phone) were not as motivated. For example, one morning I called to request service to the room. It was four hours later (during the delivery of food) that we finally received a cleaning. With proper expectations, this can be a great hotel. It is very trendy and party oriented. I wouldn’t stay here if you want low key. Marquee Nightclub, which used to be my favorite club, kinda sucks now. When you give guests of the hotel a hard time about trying to get in, even when dressed appropriately, you are losing a key source of income. Even hotel VIP services couldn’t understand what was going on with the poor service Marquee was providing that night. It’s no surprise we were told it was dead on one or two nights. No worries, we spent our money at rose.rabbit.lie, hakkasan and Omnia instead. All great places with different vibes. If you want hot clubs, great rooms, good restaurants, and excellent service; the only other place that even comes close is the Encore.
Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas
3708 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV
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.