I haven't actually stayed at The Cosmopolitan but the casino floor and overall vibe is just awesome. I can't imagine that staying here would be anything less than amazing.
We were sat quickly and our food arrived fairly quickly. While customer service was pretty good, the pulled pork sandwich I got was mediocre at best. The bottom of the bun was soggy and the fried onion strings were hardly noticeable; probably a combination of them being soggy instead of crunchy and not enough of them. Maybe this place is great for country dancing but I'm not interested in ever returning to eat.
I think 4 stars best represents our experience. Overall we enjoyed staying here but not quite 5 stars. The check in / check out experience (Thursday-Sunday) was kind of a nightmare with so many guests at the kiosks and 2 workers. Would have been much better with more workers. Miracle Miles shops access was awesome. Food options close by were probably best on the strip! Earl of sandwich, pin up pizza, and Gordon Ramsey Burger were all amazing.
Good food, but higher prices. The croissant pancakes are good and filling! The wait staff are accommodating. It is a little bit of a wait, but if you check in, they will text you when it's time to be seated! Go play some slots for a little while and come back to eat good food!
At breakfast here one morning and very happy with the whole experience. Watching the plates go by, we realized they are quite large portions so we split and just added a side of bacon and some gravy. Perfect. Their jam is homemade and definitely stole the show for me. Everything else was fresh, nicely cooked, and tasted great. Our server (Raffi K) was awesome! Made great suggestions, friendly, super helpful, and even did a walk by with another order so we could get an idea of one of the dishes. We will definitely be back!
We had terrible service and hardly edible food. Our waitress was also unhelpful in making recommendations or giving us an idea of food size.
A great place for some visual history of Vegas. I took the guided tour for $28, which was well worth the cost, especially compared with many other attractions on the strip and Fremont Street. The guide provided an awesome presentation with plenty of facts and information on the history of Vegas, area geology, the characters and people who shaped Vegas into what it is today, small businesses and the Strip.
Surprisingly nice course with beautiful mountain / strip views and fast greens. It’s $69 to play and $39 for club rentals. They throw in waters, carts, and range balls with that. Overall, a great course that’s not going to break the bank
Really great beer and staff here. Whether you’re looking for a break from other things in Vegas or passing through town and want some great beer, this is the place to stop.
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