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Cosmo fridge

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by Michelle, Nov 28, 2016.

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  1. Michelle

    Michelle Low-Roller

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    I noticed in some of the youtube videos when people opened the fridge, that is was filled with minibar items. Can you have them removed so you can store your own personal items?
     
  2. JosieCat

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    At least in the terrace suite, there is plenty of room in the fridge without doing that. The whole top shelf is free. Not sure about the other room types - if the fridge is the same.
     
  3. DJ Ran

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    We stay at the Cosmo all the time in Terrace One Bedroom and Terrace Studio. There is ZERO room in the fridge. Just moving an item ever so slightly will trigger a room charge. The lack of a fridge in these rooms is my only complaint with the Cosmo.
     
  4. Michelle

    Michelle Low-Roller

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    And that's the room I'm looking at, a giant fridge does nothing if you can't keep your beverages in them!
     
  5. DJ Ran

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    I totally agree with you.
     
  6. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    We were there in July in a 1 BR and it had a full fridge. We stored some wine and leftovers in there, no problem.
     
  7. pleepleus

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    You can ask them to empty the mini bar for a fee. I think it is $20?
     
  8. Michelle

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    That's a great idea! That way if something rolls or moves we won't have to pay for it. Well worth the $20.00 fee.
     
  9. souter26

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    its $50 for the fee
     
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    we just packed a collapsible cooler.. and got ice from the vending machine.. worked awesome.. best part .. FREE
     
  11. BreakEven

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    https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/faqs

    Probably going to be a mini fridge, but maybe it's better than a $50 charge.
     
  12. BlackEight88

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    The wraparound has a whole top shelf that is free to use... We could fit like 60 beers in there.... There's also a wine fridge
     
  13. ru2on

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    The fridge does have an empty bottom compartment but it is the freezer section you could cool your drinks in there ..but have to drink them before they freeze
     
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    You are so right - you toggled my memory. The bottom shelf is available in the Terrace Studio also, but it's sub zero - all my water and soda froze, lol! Luckily none exploded....:eek:

    The terrace suite has a large area for refrigerated items as well as a couple of drawers for use if I recall correctly.

    $25 for bringing in a refrigerator sounds like a reasonable option..
     
  15. Grant1982

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    I have stayed in terrace suites a couple of times (no wraparounds) and the fridge had absolutely no room to add anything. Also if you remove some of the items from the mini fridge to add your own, it will charge your room for the item.
     
  16. the nuts

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    Why dont you get a free fridge sent up to your suite. Its very easy to get that done at check in.
     
  17. Ruark

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    Careful, some items are rigged so that if you move them, it triggers an electronic sensor and you're charged for them. A few years ago one strip hotel put a Coke in the room fridge, right up front. You HAD to move it to put anything in the fridge. When you did, pow, $5 for the Coke. Most people didn't catch it on their tickets at checkout.
     
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