My wife, her sister, husband and I had adjoining suites on the 28th floor with balconies overlooking the Bellagio fountains and the strip facing towards the venetian. First of all, to be able to sit out on the balcony and watch the fountains relaxing with a drink was pretty awsome. The views at night were even more stunning than the views during the day. The suites were large and superb, one of the bathrooms even had a Japanese soaking tub. I have attached some pics of the suites. To the hotel, we started in the Crystal bar, while we waited on the rooms, an amazing concept, it’s like sitting in a 3 story chandelier drinking cocktails. We had lunch in Milos, the Greek restaurant, great food, great staff. We had dinner in Scarpetta, which was wonderful and our waiter was very friendly and knew his menu and the drinks to pair with it. Just love this hotel.
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.