Update – these have got a 2019 refurb since I stayed in one so are even better looking.
The standard rooms in the Cosmopolitan are some of the best of the strip hotels in Vegas, courtesy of a $m refurb program the past couple of years. Bet the hidden gem of the Lania suite is one that you should definitely seek out for your next weekend in Sin City.
If you want to book a Lania suite they are now bookable direct from the website – they used to be only bookable by appointment or via hosts. But now the new penthouses on the East tower have been finished the Lania suites are available to everyone. They aren’t as expensive as the Bungalows by a long shot, a typical 3 night weekend trip in June will set you back $1800 plus tax.
The downstairs space is great for pre-evening drinks or post-evening play. Plus you can have a beer and watch the game highlights without getting disturbed by the hair dryer of your partner getting ready upstairs.
Located in the West Tower next to the Chelsea Pool there are 10 of these duplex’s hidden away from the crowds. They benefit from direct access to the Chelsea pool which is very handy is you fancy a more relaxed sunbathing session compared to the sometimes boisterous Boulevard pool. Also you don’t have to wait ages for lifts since its only 2 stops above the main floors or the cosmo. Located right next to the spa is handy too – if you haven’t tried their Hamman massage table you really need to give it a go.
These 1 bed suites boast 800 sq ft of space to either relax or entertain friends. The addition of an outside terrace and hot tub are great features in a town where 99% of rooms are encased in thick soundproofed tinted glass.
In summary these quirky suites are well worth a go. You sacrifice a view of the strip but the outdoor space and direct pool access more than make up for it.
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