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Cosmo Terrace in dead of summer

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Chuck2009x, Mar 31, 2013.

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  1. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    Anyone stayed in one of the rooms with terraces in say, late July or early August on one of those days where it's 110+?

    How is the terrace at night? I go every July, so I know it's still pretty brutal at ground level well into the night, but I'm hoping it's a little more comfortable a couple of hundred of feet up, like maybe 80 - 85 degrees?
     
  2. JennLH81

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    I was there last summer in early August. I would definitely say it's WARM all night....even at 3AM when I'd be out there, it was nice to get back into AC. I'm going again this August....it must not have been too bad!!!
     
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    Hot...damn hot. :faint:

    Honestly, I've never been in August but, in July, even night time is quite toasty warm. Just throw a couple of buckets of ice on the terrace lounger and you'll be fine.
     
  4. br549

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    Stayed in a Terrace Suite in August. It was still hot on the balcony, even at night, but it was bearable. Besides, if too hot, just step back inside.
     
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    It's still 100 degrees at night.. I don't know that it would be enjoyable!! Though at night, it's not the sun beating down on you at least. I just feel like it would be a waste to have it when it's too hot to use it. (considering it's A LOT more to stay at Cosmo than virtually anywhere else)
     
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    if the price was better or there was a deal, Cosmo would always be my number one. with prices high and resort fee now I may bite the bullet once this year. sounds amazing to me to have that balcony
     
  7. Chuck2009x

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    Thanks. Yeah, I'm not expecting to spend a ton of time out there, just half an hour or an hour maybe, at night.
     
  8. airball1996

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    Stayed in late July last year. Unless you're going to be sleeping on the terrace, it's fine.
     
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