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Cosmo - Upgrade to wraparound

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Watts, Nov 12, 2013.

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  1. Watts

    Watts Low-Roller

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    Hi all. I wanted to know if anyone has had any experience upgrading a comped room to a wraparound suite either before or at check in. I can book it straight now for $300/night.

    This will be for December 20-23, typically a slower time for Vegas. Thanks.
     
  2. wishman35

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    Last time I showed up on a slow Weds they were offering Wraparound upgrades. She started at $110/night upgrade, when I showed no interest she mentioned she could make a call and maybe get it down to $85/night.

    I would probably take the comped room and try to swing the upgrade at check in for those days.

    Edit: They offered me a free upgrade to the 1BR Suite (I personally think they do this because the Terrace Studio is a better room layout, yet cheaper).. I did not have her look into getting the upgrade cheaper for the Wraparound. For a 4 night stay, a bigger room just isn't worth $400+ more. I would consider it at $50/day
     
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  3. bluerider

    bluerider Low-Roller

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    Same thing happened to me.

    If you don't "need" a wraparound, you will have a much better shot at it for a discounted rate upon check-in. Of course, this route does not guarantee you will get it, so if you need it, just book it, IMO...:beer:
     
  4. VegasDave

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    Going DEC 9-11 a Mon-Wed, also a slow time. I got a comped room and a host upgraded it to a good view but I will be trying to get the upgrade free or cheap at check in the day of. Good luck!
     
  5. Chuck2009x

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    You can get a wraparound for those dates for $264/$264/$232 with an offer right on their website.
     
  6. Iamrice

    Iamrice High-Roller

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    You should book that offer! Hell of a deal.
     
  7. throwbackid

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    Almost no way of getting one comped up front. I have stayed here a dozen times over the last couple years and have never received a wrap around free of charge even with extenuating circumstances. The good thing is just request a strip view on a high floor and you will more then likely be very pleased. The coolness of the wrap arounds wears off real fast IMO.
     
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    OK...that is just a bizarre statement. I have stayed there half a dozen times and received a wraparound 3 times free of charge without any extenuating circumstances...It is my sense that a wrap @ Cosmo is a much easier comp than a true suite at Bellagio or Wynn...there are A LOT of those wraps, four on every floor of two very tall buildings. The coolness may wear off but the large size and functionality of the rooms are still major benefits.
     
  9. -(J)-

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    Pretty interesting (or boring) sheet about the rooms at Cosmopolitan.
    Seems they have a lot more wraparounds than terrace suites. If you have a terrace suite (like I do coming up in January) it might not be so unreasonable for the hotel to upgrade you.... The only negative to upgrading to a wraparound is you may lose the fountain view.
     

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  10. Bommen

    Bommen High-Roller

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    The wraparound is not much of an upgrade from a terrace suite. Sure its a bigger balcony facing 2 directions but unless u get east tower facing the fountains i rather stick with the terrace suite.
     
  11. Watts

    Watts Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the replies. I think I will just book it up front so I will not have to worry if it'll be available or not. Thanks.
     
  12. dvandentop

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    Cool floor plan size chart thanks for posting
     
  13. -(J)-

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    I came across it just by looking at images of Cosmopolitan on Google.

    I would love to see these kind of charts for other properties but I dont think their really intended or available to the public
     
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