Trying to figure out what to expect as a Platinum Member. Has anyone stayed here and been upgraded? It is part of the Autograph Collection, and even when I called the Platinum Line, they weren't exactly sure what I should expect. I assume at least free Wifi! Anybody have any 1st hand experience with this property?
I just completed a 4 night stay at the Cosmopolitan. It is a wonderful property.
Platinum benefits were a room upgrade + Breakfast for 2 at "The Wicked Spoon" (The most unbelievable Brunch Buffet that I have ever seen)
Do Not choose Points - take the Breakfast.
The rooms are fantastic, the electronics are futuristic. ( The remotes control everything in the room.
The staff is excellent.
The bars and restaurants are tremendous, but pricey.
This is a 5 star property!
I go to Vegas on business every two months and have stayed at the Cosmopolitan each trip since they opened. I always get an upgrade, get treated as a VIP, and thoroughly enjoy my visits there. I was told that it was originally planned as a condominium property, so the suites are quite spacious and well-appointed. I was once upgraded to a suite with a washer/dryer in it! I can't think of a single reason to give them anything less than 5 Stars.
We were there for pre-valentines weekend. We were treated like a VIP from the moment of check-in to check-out! We were also upgraded to a full 1 bedroom suite with wrap around porch and view of the strip and city center. We were offered the bonus points, 2 breakfast or popcorn! We took the breakfast then walked across the street and bought popcorn from Walgreens!! :-) Only received 2 breakfast and we just needed to charge it to our room and it was adjusted at checkout. We were on the 28th floor facing the strip and were surprised at how loud it still was and it was all night long! The hotel and casino staff was terrific and the front desk very attentive. As nice as the suite was in the future I think we might ask for a higher room and not a suite. For us it was too much like an apt. We would definitely stay here again...it's worth it! Enjoy!
On each of my visits to the Cosmopolitan I have been offered an upgrade. The rooms really are stunning and the breakfast buffet is out of this world (especially since you can use the pass until 2 or 3 in the afternoon). On my most recent visit (late 2011), they insisted that I pay for internet. I had to call Marriott's customer service line and conference them in with the front desk before the hotel backed down.
My other favorite hotel in the Vegas area is the Residence Inn at Hughes Center. It's quite a bit different from the Cosmopolitan, but you don't have to order pots and pans from room service to use the kitchen.