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Cosmo - Bungalow

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by SFO_Flyer, Mar 3, 2014.

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  1. SFO_Flyer

    SFO_Flyer Tourist

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    Currently looking at booking a bungalow for a weekend in April. It appears that no outside alcohol is allowed in the bungalow and if you do bring some in you will be charged a corkage fee based on the price of the alcohol at Cosmo.

    Does anyone have any experience staying at one of the bungalows? The whole point of getting the bungalow is to have our own booze and go to the pool during the day and the club at night. If you have any info, please share. Thanks
     
  2. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    Never stayed in the bungalow but I've seen the no outside food and drinks as policy on their normal rooms. I had my bottle of bourbon, 6pk of coke and a Gatorade on the kitchen counter all week and never had a problem. This was in a terrace 1 bedroom.
     
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    ^same here. Never stayed in the Bungalow but I have seen the same statement from Cosmopolitan for the other regular rooms. I had a backpack full of beer bottles, sodas and snacks. I also made a 2nd trip back to the car for a 12 pack of water which I could have carried in hand but decided to conceal it in the backpack.

    You might not want to be rolling through the casino and up the elevators with arms full of Walgreens bags but my belief is.. once you in your room, YOUR IN YOUR ROOM and nobody can see or F with you!

    The bungalows are the 3-story rooms on the ground level with private outdoor spa and 2, maybe 3 balconies. Shit... have a blast!!!
     
  4. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    I think what they're wanting to do is eliminate a frat house atmosphere like you might find at the old IP or Hooters. I can recall people bringing coolers up to room at places like Flamingo. I don't think house keeping really gives a damn. They just want to clean your room and get out. Maybe if your room has a butler he might be hardass about it. I really want to check out the bungalow one day though. The 3rd floor hot tub looks awesome. Wrap around is probably highest I'll ever get in room type at Cosmo which I'm waiting for the right deal on. 1 Bed Terrace is pretty nice regardless.
     
  5. cstun

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    I've stayed at Cosmo plenty of times. I've had a wraparound with a connecting suite many times and another time a friend got comped a bungalow for two nights. Every time we've had plenty of outside alcohol in the suites in plain view on the counters, in the fridge and freezer and never have been warned about it nor incurred any fees. Just don't go strolling thru the casino with a cooler full of LQ, but coming back from Walgreens or somewhere else with a couple bags of liquor they won't question you. If you're PAYING for a bungalow...they are not going to want to lose that money they charge for a bungalow over some bottles of liquor.
     
  6. Bommen

    Bommen High-Roller

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    Most hotels have this rule but doesnt really enforce it. I heard they have it so they can prevent people to use outside catering when throwing big parties in the hotel. Last time i stayed at Cosmo i had the bellman bring up all my liqour to my suite and had no issues whatsoever.
     
  7. breanna61

    breanna61 Super Moderator

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    No experience in a bungalow at Cosmo but we held my 50th in a wraparound terrace suite at Cosmo. The Bellman assisted my husband in bringing the beer and liquor up to the room and housekeeping brought additional glasses. No questions, no problem, no charge.
     
  8. MikeE

    MikeE The Shah's Slightly Hairy Cousin

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    Ask your butler to pop open the Goose and pour shots for everyone and only then you're looking at incurring a corkage fee. Otherwise, you're free and clear, especially if you grease the right palms.
     
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