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Cosmopolitan

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by sco5123, Jan 19, 2014.

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  1. sco5123

    sco5123 VIP Whale

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    I was offered two comped nights at COsmopolitan. I hope they offer it again in time for my May trip.

    Just in case, I want to learn about what you like most about Cosmopolitan. I look forward to the rooms. Do the standard rooms come with a fridge or kitchenette? I would also like to stay on a night that Marquee is open.
     
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    If it's the same offer as what my girlfriend received it is for a terrace studio. So you get a balcony which is awesome. It's been a year since I've stayed at Cosmo and it was in a terrace 1 bedroom which did have a fridge but it was all mini bar stuff. I'll be in a terrace studio next month though.
     
  3. KarenTN

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    The terrace studio does not have a kitchenette. No stovetop or fridge, other than the minibar fridge. There is a wetbar and a microwave
     
  4. sco5123

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    Wow a balcony is nice! So is a microwave :)
     
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    Did you gamble a lot there? I spend a lot of money in Cosmo on my trips there but don't gamble as much. I always get their plain ole prevailing rate offer with some buffets and resort credit.
     
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    I played craps and Spanish 21 there about two or three years ago and that was it and the same comp offer showed up in my inbox the other day.

    I have seen many folks on this site and other Vegas sites mention they received offers from Cosmo...perhaps a renewed effort by them to try and hook gamblers in.

    I took them up on the offer and booked March 19 and 20 and then will move to Aria or Mirage for the rest of MM weekend.

    Been doing a lot of research on Cosmos rooms now too lol
     
  7. Beach Crazy

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    You will love the rooms! And if you received this offer I'm fairly certain you will receive another one. Make sure and ask for a room with a Bellagio fountain view. Even if you aren't in the front tower there are rooms farther back where you can still see the fountains. Oh, and the higher up the better. When I stay we spend more time on that terrace just taking in the sounds and the views It's may favorite part of staying there. Hope you get to book your free rooms, Good luck :thumbsup:
     
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    The Terrace Suite is downright awesome! We were just there last Tuesday.

    Such an amazing view of the fountains from our room.

    If we didn't have the fountain view the room itself would still be really nice but the view from our balcony is what sold me. I really did enjoy the whole kitchen area, bathrooms, comfortable bed and furniture. My wife was pretty "wowed" with the room too. Although we did both agree, if there was no balcony or no fountain view.. we'd be looking to stay somewhere else.

    I was quite satisfied to be comped Mojitos while playing 25 cent virtual roulette. I had paid $17 at Bond Bar for the same drink! You just don't see that at the MGM properties!

    The casino is small so it got a little boring for me but I was really happy with our visit. Really close walk over to Aria where we spent most of our time.

    I just signed up to Identity when we arrived there.. so who knows, maybe they will throw me a bone and I'll see some offers... For now, I'll stay with mlife. Dont tell them I visited Cosmo :ssst:

    View from our room. Floor 37...
     

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  9. sco5123

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    I gambled my $100 and their $100 on their intro slot promo about 2 years ago. I played some $5 Wheel of Fortune and then some 0.25 old slots.

    I think, as in with most programs, if you give them some play and then you drop off the face of the earth for a couple years, they suddenly start offering you more stuff. That's what I have noticed in my readings and experience. I might play big (at least relative to my normal play) at a property and then become ghost for awhile. If they are going to play a game, I'll play along. If I don't get comps, no problem...I didn't sink any more into them.
     
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    I like the Cosmo for the same reason I love the Hard Rock... not filled with crabby, cranky old people. Can't comment on the rooms, as I've yet to stay there... though I was at a little party in one of the wrap-arounds and was very impressed.
     
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