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When will Cosmo and Marriott sever ties?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by AndyGator, Nov 18, 2014.

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  1. AndyGator

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    I was kind of surprised today to see Cosmo still shows up as an Autograph Collection property and reservations can be made through Marriott.com. Any idea when Cosmo and Marriott will sever ties?
     
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    I'm kinda hopin' they don't... I'm still toying' with the idea of moving my "home base" from the Hard Rock to Cosmo, for just that reason. The points I earn for my 40-50 or so nights a year in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock are good just at that location... not even at another Hard Rock property. I need to wise-up and make the move, so that at least I can use those points elsewhere.
     
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    No idea but wouldn't surprise me if they switch to a Hilton Curio property considering Blackstone pretty much owns Hilton. It wouldn't be good news for the SLS if the Cosmo became a Curio property as well.. I'm pretty sure many people would rather stay at the Cosmo than SLS...
     
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    I've got the Chase Marriott card and really like Marriott's rewards system and their customer service, instant no hassle cancelations for award nights unlike Hyatt. As far as making Vegas points count somewhere else, still hard to beat the Hyatt-MGM partnership I would think.
     
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