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Cosmopolitan Adds New City Studio and Executive Suite Rooms

By Chuckmonster on Friday, 4th December 2015 12:59pm
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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has quietly added a two new room offerings to their line up.

Cosmo City Studio Bed

The 630 square foot City Studio slots in one step higher than Cosmopolitan's base model City Room.

Cosmo City Studio Bath

The City Studio expands on the concept with a larger double vanity bathroom featuring a full shower and tub.

Cosmo City Studio Livingroom

A sitting room adds a "suitelet" feel to the new City Studio rooms. All 47 City Studio rooms are located in Cosmopolitan's West Tower.

None of the City Studio rooms come with Cosmopolitan's famed outdoor terraces. City Studio rates start at about $150/night.

Cosmo Executive Suite Bed

The 760 square foot "Executive Suite" is truly a suite, featuring large living room, mini-bar, a conference table and separate WC and full bathroom.

Cosmo Executive Suite Bath

I love this bathroom.

As with the City Room and City Studio, the new Executive Suite's do not feature terraces.

Cosmo Executive Suite Livingroom

Rates for the Executive Suite at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas start at $250/night.

These are the first new hotel offerings to come online since Deutsche Bank sold The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to private equity & real estate investment firm Blackstone.

The rooms look great, definitely a bit flashier, gaudier and outrageous than the mix'n'matched decor designer David Rockwell tossed together for Cosmopolitan's original collection of hotel rooms. I wouldn't be surprise to see the design cues re-appropriated for a future renovation of Cosmopolitan's entire hotel room line up in 2017/18.

Big thanks to VT reader @JCookDC, super ferret Mac78130 and JohnH for the tips.

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Comments & Discussion:

The design is beautiful. Just ashame the Cosmo is not a place I would ever want to stay.
I'd make an exception for a Penthouse with a Terrace or one of those Bungalow Suites, but alas I tried to inquire about booking one and they weren't very helpful.

Fantastic, bold designs. On par with the Mandalay redesigns. Wish these prices listed here applied to when I am going in February. Not gonna drop that kind of cash on a property that does not comp table games.

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