Cosmopolitan

4 Reviews
702-698-7575
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV89109
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Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas

Cosmopolitan Review Highlights

Recent Hotel Deals & Upgrades

Recent Room Upgrades: 0% 0/0
All Time Upgrades: 100% 2/2

Room Upgrade Reports

AFB
04/07/2017
Saved:  $About 1400 for both rooms considering original third party rates vs Cosmo rates of the upgraded rooms Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Unsure  from  Terrace Studio 

I had two terrace studios (no fountain view), https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/accommodation/terrace-studio, booked for Sunday April 2nd til Thursday April 6th. Didn’t target anyone in particular at the check in, got a short Asian guy, gave him a 50 dollar sandwich (two rooms and plus, it’s the Cosmo). He put the 50 on the counter where everyone could see it and said he’d leave that there while he checked what he could do. Didn’t take him over a minute to offer a complimentary upgrade to a Terrace One Bedroom (no fountain view), https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/accommodation/terrace-one-bed. However, for my room I wanted a fountain view, and he offered me a Terrace Suite, https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/accommodation/terrace-suite, for 85 extra a night. Took it. He also offered a wraparound terrace fountain view, https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/accommodation/wraparound-terrace-suite-premium, for 140 extra a night (total, not on top of the other 85), but that seemed a bit too much, plus I was only looking for the view not so much the space or other ammenities. Overall, very happy with both the complimentary and paid upgrades for both rooms. The complimentary upgrade didn’t have too much of a price difference (at least if you booked direct with Cosmopolitan), but the suite should’ve been at least 200 extra a night. Also, we had booked the original terrace studios through a third party at a very discounted rate, at least a 30% discount from what I can see. The sandwich works at the Cosmo!

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Kendall
02/16/2017
Saved:  $500 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Lanai Suite  from  Terrace One Bedroom 

I checked in around 7pm on a Tuesday night for a one night stay at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. I used the $20 dollar trick with a mid thirties female clerk. She put the $20 on the counter and told me she would see what she could do. She made a call to her manager and ended up upgrading us to the Lanai Suite which is one of the best hotel rooms in the Cosmopolitan! It is a loft style room with it’s own private outside area with a hot tub! I couldn’t believe our luck and thanked the clerk along with giving another $20.

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Eric
12/09/2016
Saved:  $$0 Tipped:  $100 Upgraded to  Terrace Studio  from  City Room 

Attempted with $100 bill. The receptionist immediately placed the $100 back on the counter and would not accept. Offered me to upgrade from basic room to Terrace Studio for $35/night, which was about the price difference between the two.

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James
11/01/2016
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Terrace Studio  from  City Room 

I checked in on at 6pm on a friday night. I handed my $20 dollars between my ID and CC and asked politely if they had any complimentary upgrades and also mentioned that it was my first time staying at the Cosmopolitan. The clerk placed the $20 dollars on her keyboard and started typing and let me know that she would see if anything is available. It took awhile and she even called someone on the phone asking what she could do for me. I ended up in a terrace studio which was amazing and was much better than I had expected as I booked the lowest room type.

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Cosmopolitan Details

If you are visiting Las Vegas and are staying at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, we think it’s worth trying the $20 dollar sandwich trick. When checking into your Cosmopolitan room, put $20 dollars between your ID and credit card and ask the clerk if there are any complimentary upgrades available. At many of the Las Vegas hotels you can get upgrades to suites!