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Cosmo Terrace Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by ItsVegasTime, Aug 8, 2016.

  1. ItsVegasTime

    ItsVegasTime Low-Roller

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    I feel like I know the answer to my own question, but I wanted to double check.

    Are all Terrace Suites (Not 1 bedroom, but the actual Terrace Suite) Fountain views at the Cosmo?
     
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  2. JosieCat

    JosieCat VIP Whale

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    Yes. Make sure you get a high floor. Mine was on 16 and had a building blocking the view.
     
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  3. h0und10

    h0und10 Low-Roller

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    I actually prefer a lower floor... But I did not have a building blocking my view
     
  4. lionelhutz

    lionelhutz Low-Roller

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    if you're booking a room, try calling Cosmo and checking into an Angle suite.
    we had one last trip, and they were pretty amazing, and all have guaranteed fountain views, and aren't anywhere near as pricy as the Terrace Suites, which can be a bit of overkill for one or two people.
     
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  5. Marilynfan

    Marilynfan Low-Roller

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    I was so tempted to try one of those when I booked my upcoming trip. I already had comp rooms but wanted to upgrade to a terrace with a view. They mentioned the angle room and it was only a little more than what I was paying for a terrace studio - if my trip was going to be with my husband I would have jumped at it but I'm taking my Mom and would really prefer to have 2 beds so I declined. Maybe next time.
     
  6. ItsVegasTime

    ItsVegasTime Low-Roller

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    I am there on an offer. 4 comp nights in a terrace suite, $480 identity play and $100 food credit. I requested a high up room with a fountain view and my host just said "Done!" then shortly after I sent the email I realized that I think all terrace suites have a fountain view, so then I felt silly.
     
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