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Cosmo: no outside drinks allowed in room

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by dernsky, Jan 10, 2013.

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  1. dernsky

    dernsky Low-Roller

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    just booking the cosmo for june, when i saw this on there reservation form"no outside drinks allowed in the room" lol, :beer:
     
  2. Sonya

    Sonya Queen of VMB

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    Yeah, that's a good one. 'Cuz nobody parties in the Cosmo rooms. :haha:
     
  3. dernsky

    dernsky Low-Roller

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    i guess they think you should only use the mini bar lolol
     
  4. Sonya

    Sonya Queen of VMB

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    I can hear it now - "Hello, Housekeeping? We're gonna need a bigger mini-bar."
     
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    C0usineddie VIP Whale

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    I dont think they are going to have room inspections anytime soon.

    what i do think is that they want to discourage people from wheeling giant coolers through the place.

    of course for most of us we will do it anyway but it might discourage some people from doing it.

    I bought a cooler that looks like rolling luggage so you really cant tell its a beer cooler at all.
     
  6. JoeDat

    JoeDat Low-Roller

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    I brought a ton of booze into our suite a couple weeks ago. Housekeeping even brought us extra glasses. So don't worry they don't care if you bring booze in.
     
  7. smartone

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    Well... they do "care", they're just not going to do much about it.
     
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    If thats the case take your business elsewhere..... BLEEP THEM!!!
     
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    LucyR. VIP Whale

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    Drinks in Room

    I think it will be fun to smuggle booze into the room. ARRRHHH.....
    "ONE EYED JACKIE", is me name.... and you can have me chest but not me
    BOOTY! ARRRGGGG........
     
  10. djen

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    Oops I broke that rule on my last stay. I do hope they let me come back.
     
  11. Mitkraft

    Mitkraft High-Roller

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    Do you really though? :poke:
     
  12. bsf436

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    This isn't uncommon as I saw the same notice at Harrah's. Their position has to do with liability and what happens if you have an accident. Since it is so easy to get a drink on the casino floor they don't want you to get drunk in your room then go downstairs and get hurt/start a fight. They want to be able to cut you off when the bartender or cocktail waitress can see you are intoxicated.
     
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    S'AllGoodMan High-Roller

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    Just do what I had to do in college, we had dry residence halls. You hoist the beer up to your room from your window. This will much easier with a balcony. If it's liquor, that's easy too. You just stuff the bottle in the waistband of your pants and wear your shirt over it as you walk by the desk.

    Brings back good times... :thumbsup:
     
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    Did you go to college before backpacks were invented?!?
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Actually, if you were to check the "rules" for most hotels, you would find that you are not allowed outside booze.

    And, if you were to check the coolers being taken to rooms, you would find lots full of beer and stuff.


    Not to worry.
     
  16. RebelDiceMan

    RebelDiceMan High-Roller

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    This sounds like cruise ships. I have no problems smuggling a little illicit liquor in there either.
     
  17. KingBBInLV

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    Its also against the rules/law to fck hookers and do drugs but I dont see that slowing down anytime soon.

    Its more a combination of them not wanting some dirtball to be dragging their red Coleman cooler filled with Natty Ice and Meisterbrau through their hotel and lobby and like someone else said, there are plenty of places on property to obtain drinks like the casino floor and the mini bar.
     
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    We held my 50th in a wraparound terrace suite at Cosmo and brought in all the liquid refreshment for the party. Housekeeping also brought extra glasses so if it's a rule, it's not enforced.
     
  19. ttom

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    It is? Guess I missed that one.
     
  20. bs0dxi

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    I've stayed in wrap around twice now and bought a few bottles
    Of wine and champagne --one would be stupid not to bring along some sort of alcohol. Obviously the policy is to discourage the "cooler" crowd. Honestly though if you are staying at the cosmo why would you drag in a cooler of beer. That is just unclassy and cringe-worthy. Heck, just sit a table and get drunk off some free alcohol.
     
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