We’d also say that, since their views are extraordinary, their balconies (yup, they come with balconies) pretty beguiling (as long as you’re sober, folks), and their size pretty damn big, they’re some of the best value rooms in Vegas if you're talking bang for your buck. Rates for the wraparounds start at $350, and when you consider that you can’t get a room at Caesars for less than $100 and it will look like this, seems pretty bargainous.
If you only want a room (or suite – they’re all suites), prices start at $135. You can choose between a Terrace Studio Suite and a Terrace One Bedroom Suite and, as we explained over on VegasChatter, it all depends on how coy you are when it comes to performing your bathroom routine in front of your companion. The One Bedrooms seem roomier and have extraordinary views from the bathtub, but they open right onto the bed area, and there’s no wall between you.
If it were us, we’d probably splash out for one night in the wraparound and economize by switching hotels (to, say, the Tropicana) for any further nights. The big ones really are that great.
Though of course, none of that matters if they continue to have teething problems like this.
Good luck, Cosmo – we really are rooting for you.
For complete VegasChatter coverage of the Cosmo’s opening, go here.