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Review: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Casino and Resort
The hotel is split into two towers, the Boulevard and the Chelsea. One consistent gripe I’ve had with Cosmo over the years is the excessively long wait time for the elevators that service the rooms. This trip was no different, one night while heading back to my room in the Boulevard Tower I waited almost twenty minutes! I don’t understand why this continues to be an issue for them regardless of the tower. I don’t believe there’s a private elevator option for VIPs because while waiting, there appeared to be a very high roller with his family (also waiting) accompanied by two Cosmo hosts. It sounded like the hosts were getting an earful in Mandarin. I can only imagine they were headed up to the Boulevard Penthouses and were forced to wait along with the rest of us (read more about those incredibly luxurious penthouses here.)
Casino Review: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas