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Cosmo - washers/dryers

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by TRN, May 12, 2012.

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  1. TRN

    TRN High-Roller

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    Question about the Cosmo - in the rooms that have the washers and dryers (maybe that's all of them) - do they provide the soap / fabric softener / all that stuff, so you can wash your own clothes? Or do you need to provide your own? Wife is wondering... and the front desk just gave me a 5 minute answer that didn't actually answer my question, when I called.

    Thanks!
     
  2. ABQJeff

    ABQJeff Low-Roller

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    If I remember correctly, they will have those items on the mini bar and it will cost you plenty to use them. Might I suggest packing a couple of those "all in one" packs in your luggage....
     
  3. Motorhead168

    Motorhead168 MIA

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    Our comped room at Cosmo in February had a dishwasher but not a washer and dryer.
    Still loved the place!
     
  4. Iamrice

    Iamrice High-Roller

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    The first trip the wraparound had the W/D and I used my Dr Bonners to wash our clothes.

    The second trip there was no W/D in the wraparound. I used Bonners in the sink.
     
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    MWJ51102 Low-Roller

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    Stayed in a terrace suite for three nights last week. Call housekeeping and they will deliver soap and dryer sheets for free. W/D is in a closet and was locked when we got there. They told us they lock them because most people don't use them. It did take two calls and a visit to the front desk to get it unlocked.
     
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    etm117 Low-Roller

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    I stayed in a wrap-around my first Cosmo trip. It was in the East tower facing the Bellagio fountains and Strip. Used the W/D twice over the 5 days. It was a welcome addition to the room.
     
  7. Beach Crazy

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    As Joe mentioned, a call to housekeeping is all you need to do. They will provide it at no cost to you. Love that service and have used it the three times i have stayed.
     
  8. dankyone

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    I stayed at the Cosmo once, in a wraparound suite with the washer/dryer. It was a great feature. Be aware it is a front loading "combo" machine, and the complete wash/dry cycle takes ABOUT 4 HOURS. You cannot unlock the door to interrupt the cycle before it ends. So, don't do what I did and throw bathing suits in there a couple hours before departure!
     
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