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Posted: 2/19/2011 1:20:55 AM
Brother and cousin are turning 21 so we got a big group heading out in august. we got a good deal on the rooms and was wondering what anybody who has been or stayed there thought of it. Thanks
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Posted: 2/20/2011 8:15:42 AM
Was there in early January. Spent the better part of the morning walking around and playing a few table games. High limits on games (25 min), people were very friendly. It's certainly lives up to it's boutique hotel billing. Nothing wrong with it, I just don't know if it's my cup of tea. They do have a rooftop pool area that looks very nice. We didn't actually go up and look at it, but we were staying at Aria and could see the whole thing from our window. 
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Posted: 2/20/2011 11:44:38 AM

Yuice~

For what it's worth, I spent a Saturday morning there during the NFL Wildcard weekend.  My brother wanted to walk the strip from the Mandalay to the Hilton and we stumbled in around 9 AM.  The place is beautiful!  The book was hidden and relatively small (compared to Caesars or MB).  We played some BJ at the 25 min tables because they were the lowest limits we could find.  (Yes, I'm a minnow)  The place exudes money/fashion.  This isn't Hooter's, Excalibur, or the IP.

Very beautiful people everywhere and it was only a Saturday AM.  We probably would have been intimidated if we didn't actually dress decently that morning.

Asians (hot as well..the women that is) everywhere: servers, dealers, management, pit bosses, customers, etc.  It seemed like we were definitely in the minority.

I obviously didn't see the rooms.  I'd recommend their casino if you have a decent bankroll and aren't a shorts/wifebeater guy.

Have fun! 

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Posted: 2/20/2011 9:12:04 PM

The book as the Cosmopolitan does not really exist yet...it will open officially next month....Cantor Gaming..again!! 

The Cosmopolitan was to be only condos...due to bankruptcy prior to completion,it was absorbed by Deutsche Bank and you can get a room that is really a suite/potential condo....rather than just a room....pricing is decent.

The hotel/casino/ammenities are exquisite....French Riviera Boutique Resort.....totally non-Vegas, and well worth staying there if you want to feel the difference after being on the Strip.

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Posted: 2/21/2011 2:54:21 AM
thanks the replies 
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Posted: 2/21/2011 11:10:51 PM
Didn't gamble there but went to the Overlook Grille and had a few drinks outside.  Awesome view of the strip on the 3rd floor.  Casino seemed a little crowded but overall was pretty cool looking.

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