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Cosmo wraparound question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by duoglide, Jun 15, 2017.

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  1. duoglide

    duoglide Tourist

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    I'm riding the sites for a good deal at Cosmo and one has popped up for the wraparound suite.

    I just have one question - does anyone know if all wraparounds have strip view? Or are some on the back of the hotel?

    Website with deal doesn't distinguish and if I'm going to splurge I want to make sure I get the view.

    As always, thanks for any replies.
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    They are not all strip views
     
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    imderekpoe Low-Roller

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    All of the wraparounds have a 'strip view', although some are much better than others. They all have either a North or South side (from which you can see the strip) and a East or West side from which you may or may not be able to see the strip. The more important thing is to get the Fountain View, which guarantees a North facing view. You do pay extra for the Fountain View rooms, but they're well worth it, IMO.
     
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    Vegas55 Low-Roller

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    Wraparound rooms ending in 78 or 93 in the Boulevard tower will give you Fountain views. 78 will give you fountain and strip view.
    Room ending in 01 in the Chelsea tower will give you a Fountain view.
     
  5. duoglide

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    Great info. Thanks.
     
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    I guess that is technically correct. You can see the Strip from every wraparound. But I assume the OP is asking whether they all have Strip frontage
     
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    These are the four possible views from Wraparounds. I edited this after looking at the floor plan a little more closely. The West/Chelsea Tower does not have wraparounds on the west end.

    So there's four wraparounds on each floor in the East/Boulevard Tower, but only two on each floor in the West/Chelsea Tower. Any fountain view room also has a view of the north strip.

    1. Fountains/Strip (room 78 in the East Tower, 01 in the West)
    2. Fountains/Mountains (93 in East)
    3. Mountains/South Strip (89 in East)
    4. South Strip/Strip (82 in East, 02 in West)
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    Somewhat related, it's crazy that the wraparound terrace suite costs LESS than the regular (smaller) terrace suite. You get such a larger room with the wraparound. Plus, your balcony wraps around! The terrace suite has a guaranteed fountain view and the wraparound does not. You're not even paying for the room at this point, you're paying for the view. Cosmopolitan sure hit the jackpot when they moved in next to their neighbors to the north.
     
  9. duoglide

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    Thanks Chuck, awesome visual!
     
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