This was our first stay at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas and will likely return again soon. The Cosmopolitan opened a couple of years ago, middle-age by Vegas standards; but it hasn’t lost its shine. The black and white decor with chandeliers tucked in literally every corner and hints of pink was made to attract the female visitor. Let’s face it, these designers are no dummies, where the girls go, the boys will follow and this was the best looking crowd we saw in town. The Cosmopolitan is a perfect spot for a bachelorette party and there were a few there last week.
Our room was gorgeous- set on the sixty-second floor over looking Planet Hollywood with the Strip to our right. Not only could we see it all from the uber-comfy king sized bed; but also from the soaking tub. The shower and tub suite was the nicest in any hotel we’ve stayed. Special features included room controls on the flat screen that adjusted the music in the suite, lighting and temperature. You can even make dinner reservations there as well. Add a living room and mini-kitchen with microwave and dishwasher (who’s doing dishes in Vegas?!); and we were convinced we could stay much longer or even live in a place so nice.
Have you had a similar experience at the Cosmopolitan? We’d love to hear your comments.