by Maxwell Barna
The Cosmopolitan Hotel is one of Las Vegas’ newest luxury properties. While it’s geared toward a younger demographic, the hotel does an excellent job of catering to families of all sizes and age ranges.
The hotel’s 2,995 accommodations range from mild to wild, with a healthily varied array of styles, ranging from basic City Rooms to Wrap-Around Terrace Suites, to multi-level Lanai Suites, to massive West End Penthouses and even private Bungalows. The City Room comes with two queen beds and a large, luxurious bathroom with marble floors. For families, we recommend the Terrace Studio Two Queen Beds, which comes with two queen beds, 620 square feet of space, a 110-square-foot private terrace and the same large, luxurious bathroom as the City Room. It also comes with a kitchenette, mini-bar and flat-screen TV’s. Other rooms include full kitchens, multiple bed rooms, bubbler tubs, private terrace Jacuzzi’s, projection TV’s and more.
Onsite dining packs quite a punch, with 13 restaurants for guests to choose from. Here, too, you’ll find a wide variety of options, including sophisticated modern Italian cuisine at Scarpetta, delectable sushi at Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, and a unique fusion of classic Chinese and Mexican cuisine (that the kids will love!) at China Poblano.
The hotel offers families over 5,000 square feet of pool and deck space, as well as a complete fitness center, a third-floor kid-friendly sitting area — complete with family-style cuisine, board games and arcade games. And if that’s not enough, the Bellagio fountains are right next door, and The Cosmopolitan Hotel is a short walk to the Excalibur Hotel and Casino’s arcade, the Manhattan Express Roller Coaster and boardwalk-style arcade at New York New York, and more.
Our Editor Loves
- Modern, chic accommodations
- Prime location on the Las Vegas Strip
- Thirteen onsite restaurants
- Theme Park
- Connecting Rooms
- Game Room
- Kids' Pool
- Onsite Dining
As far as hotels in Vegas go, this is one of the best ones. The location is perfect and the restaurants here are probably the best of all the ones in any hotel, although they all have so many options that it's hard to go wrong here. If you haven't been would def recommend it.
Stayed here recently and really enjoyed the hotel its super modern and pretty upmarket. Our room was nice and big and the bed was super comfy. Only negative really was the room had not been cleaned correctly as there were coins next to bed when we arrived and tape on the walls were something had been put up!