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Rollaway Beds/Pull out couch beds in Cosmopolitan

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by Vaegas_Baebay, Aug 15, 2019 at 3:03 PM.

  1. Vaegas_Baebay

    Vaegas_Baebay Newbie

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    I just wanted to know if there is any possibility of getting a rollaway bed for a room with 2 queen beds? Or if there are pull out couches in Cosmo? There is plenty of space so I would assume it should be fine. Sorry I am new to this and have never been to the Cosmo before, but I would love to stay there for my birthday with a few friends. 5 of us are going so it would be perfect if we did 2 queen beds and a rollaway bed, rather than get 2 rooms.

    I know this question has been asked before, but the threads I found was from 7 years ago. Hoping to get a more updated answer, maybe the policy changed since then. From my understanding, you can not ask for the rollaway bed in advance, but is it a possibility to just ask for the bed when I arrive at the hotel? Would it work if I check into the room, then call room service for a rollaway bed?

    Thanks everyone!
     
  2. ardee

    ardee It's only money.

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    You could ask about a room with a pull out couch and/or put a request in at check-in, as it will cost extra for a rollaway bed.
    If there are 5 of you in one room, just remember that still means sharing one bathroom.
    Timing for showers, the need for extra towels/washcloths, etc., getting ready to go out, privacy for using the toilet can make for lots of coordination.
    I hope it works out for you.
    Have a great birthday trip. :beer:
     
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  3. UnicornTX

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    Not sure about a room with 2 queens but I would assume a rollaway could fit in front of the bar area. The bathrooms have double sinks. A door separates the toilet from the rest of the bathroom.

    Our choice is the corner angle but I think it only has 1 King. But we love that it has 2 bathrooms. Daughter with 3 friends stayed in 2 queens but I don’t remember the layout of the room.

    I hope you have a great birthday and you’ll love the Cosmopolitan. Get a fountain view!
     
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  4. Vaegas_Baebay

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    Unfortunately the concierge and reservation specialists at cosmopolitan said that they don't allow for pull out couches/rollaway beds for a bedroom with 2 queen beds since its against fire code :( but I was wondering if there was any way to bypass this?
     
  5. Sonya

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    If they say that they don't allow the rollaways in rooms with two queens, you might just have your definitive answer there. I suppose you could take your chances and call housekeeping directly, once you are checked in and see if they will bring one up. But you have to be prepared for them to say no. Then what?

    I had friends who always got a wraparound terrace suite and two would sleep in the king bed and one on the couch in the living room. It was fine for her, even though it didn't make out into an actual bed, it was enough for a short girl to sleep on.
     
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  6. UnicornTX

    UnicornTX Low-Roller

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    I wouldn’t recommend by passing any fire code especially in Vegas. Get 2 rooms, one with a terrace and the other the least expensive you can get possibly get, probably a City Room. You could luck out with an upgrade on the City room.
     
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  7. Laugh

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    Bring an inflatable? Although, I'm guessing you're flying. But you can fit it in a suitcase. Or just pack on two queens. I can't tell you how many women I know who go to Vegas and pack 8 girls in a room. >>
    Not my scene, but it's a scene.
     
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  8. greekjim

    greekjim High-Roller

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    I agree with Laugh, always can pack your own air mattress to bring with
     
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