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Cosmo Rooms

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by shawnj1, Sep 26, 2016.

  1. shawnj1

    shawnj1 Low-Roller

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    Does anyone know if the couch - "seating area" in Terrace Studio at Cosmo is a pull out bed?

    Also looking at SW vacations I have entered in 3 travelers and was thinking about doing the City room with comp upgrade and $150 resort credit since its only 200 more for 3 nights. My question is, what upgrade is available with two beds?
     
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    h0und10 Low-Roller

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    It was not in room.. but i put it out on the terrace and slept on it out there anyway lol... if I recall, the couch was kinda curved like an "s"
     
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    Agreed with hound. Stayed in Terrace room in march. L shaped couch, which was long enough to sleep on if you wanted. Doubt it was a pull out though
    Agreed with hound. Stayed in Terrace room in March. L shaped couch, which was long enough to sleep on if you wanted. Doubt it was a pull out though. And I know that I couldn't get it out to the terrace!
     
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    I stayed at the Como last week. Definitely not a pullout but very comfortable to sleep on. I took a nice little nap on it myself.
     
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    Does anyone know if the couch in the terrace suites is a pullout as well?
     
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    I've been in several different type rooms and cannot recall any of them having pull out couches
     
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    I've stayed in the terrace studio, terrace one bedroom and wraparound, ll on multiple occasions. I recall none of them having pullout sofas, though all the sofas were comfortable enough to sleep on. And there's usually a bin in the closet with extra pillows and sheets, fyi.
     
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    It's not a pullout. It's slightly curved also. I'm 6' 0" and I wouldn't want to sleep on it.
     
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    Someone made a post on TripAdvisor saying that there are Terrace suites with 2 queen beds instead of one king but since there are so few of them, they are not advertised. Can anyone confirm??
     
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    The Terrace One Bedroom have floorplans with pullout queen beds.
     
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    Yes I stayed in one in June that had a great view and a pullout. We asked for it and had to wait for one to be cleaned.
     
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    I had a terrace Studio with 2 queen beds before but they are only available in the west tower.
     
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    Yes, I had one once. Checked in early and didn't want to wait for a King Studio.
     
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    We were in the terrace one bedroom just two weeks ago. Hubby checked while we were in the room, and said it was a pullout. (He was surprised as was I.)

    We also were very lucky to have stayed in a terrace suite previously, but I do NOT know if those are pullouts. (From the curved shape, I'd doubt it), but in the terrace one bedroom, at least ours had a pull-out.

    Not sure of any other rooms, suite and one bedroom are all we've had.
     
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    We stayed in a Terrace One bedroom and the couch was a pullout - my nephew stayed with us and slept on it.
     
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    They may exist, but I'm doubtful. I stay in a Terrace Suite every time, and it would be an extremely tight squeeze to get two queen beds into the bedroom. You have to remember, the place was built as condos, not a hotel, so fitting two queens into the floorplan for a room probably wasn't a major concern. I'd call and ask. If they exist, they're probably rare.
     
  19. shawnj1

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    What is the best tower to stay in? Any difference?
     
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    I've only stayed in the one closest to check in