The Cosmopolitan is one of the few hotels on the Las Vegas Strip to offer balconies. The hotel has 2,995 rooms divided into two towers and 2,200 of those rooms have balconies with many offering exceptional views over the Strip and surrounding Las Vegas Valley mountains.
The Cosmopolitan (also known as The Cosmo) is a luxury resort, casino, and hotel that opened in 2010. The hotel consists of two 184 meter high-rise towers located south of the Bellagio on the west side of the famous Las Vegas Strip.
The hotel has received numerous awards and accolades including being added to Condé Nast Traveller’s Gold List as one of the “Top Hotels in the World”.
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Does Every Room at The Cosmopolitan Have a Balcony?
The Cosmo offers guests a wide choice of rooms, with the majority of rooms featuring a private balcony. Guests of the hotel also have access to the relaxing pool areas, a day club pool and nightclub pool, a fitness center and spa, as well as the 110,000 square foot casino area.
Areas open to the public also include the 300,000 square foot retail and restaurant space known as The Shops at Crystals.
As one of the few hotels along the Las Vegas Strip to offer terraces or balconies, let’s take a look at some of the room and suite options and compare what each offers.
Terrace Studio/Terrace One Bedroom
The Terrace Studio rooms offer an elevated experience when visiting Las Vegas with a 620 square foot studio that features a 110 square foot private terrace with views overlooking the famous Bellagio Fountains and the Las Vegas Strip.
The Terrace Studio rooms are well-appointed and offer a king-size bed with great views from the terrace, a separate seating area with chaise lounge and writing desk, and a double vanity bathroom with a walk-in shower and a large soaking tub.
The Terrace One Bedroom is 610 square feet with a 110 square foot private terrace with exceptional views over the Bellagio’s famous fountain. The room offers a separate bedroom with a king-size bed, a large sitting area with a chaise lounge, and a flat-screen TV.
The decadent bathroom has double vanities, a large walk-in shower, and a separate Japanese soaking tub that is accessible from the bedroom.
→ Take a look at The Cosmo’s room rates here.
Terrace Suite Fountain View
The Terrace Suites offer a generous rounded seating area, a king-size bed, and a separate ensuite bathroom within the 910 square foot floor plan. The interior has been tastefully decorated with a gray palette and the oversized bathrooms offer a bubbler tub, a large walk-in shower, and a glass slumped dual vanity unit.
The highlight of the Terrace Suite is the stunning views from the 160 square foot private terrace that run one full side of the suite and overlook the famous Bellagio Fountain.
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The Cosmopolitan’s balcony rooms and suite options available are a proven winner for many happy customers. If you’re wondering if the upgrade to a terraced room with views over the famous Bellagio fountain and Vegas Strip is worth the money, I can assure you that it is.
In my opinion, the view from The Cosmopolitan’s room balconies overlooking the fountains and the Strip is the best in all of Las Vegas!
Be sure to see all of our Cosmopolitan articles here. They’ll tell you everything you want to know about staying at or visiting The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
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