Day 306 of the Nowhere To Be Project brought with it the final night of our stay in Las Vegas. We began six nights ago at Oasis RV Resort. We’ve stayed there before and it does the job of providing a place to park near the action of Las Vegas. However, it is very crowded with tight spaces and the public areas can’t seem to keep up with demand (e.g. bathrooms are always dirty and out of paper towels). Regardless, we were only there for one night because our rig needed repair after suffering some catastrophic freeze damage leaving us without water. Long story short, we found a Winnebago dealer in Las Vegas and booked a hotel on the strip while the RV was in rehab.
We had never stayed at the Cosmopolitan, so were shocked when we received an offer for a free two night stay. We suspect that it resulted from our purchase of box seats at a Willie Nelson concert that was held at the hotel in October. We were even more shocked when we found out that the Cosmopolitan is pet friendly and offers free (and secure) RV parking. This is simply unheard of, especially in congested areas like the Las Vegas strip!
We took advantage of the free two nights we were offered and booked an additional two nights to accommodate us as we waited for the RV to be restored. We began in room 3634, a city view room. We were moved to a terrace room (5580) for the paid nights and were pleasantly surprised to find that the rate was just $120 per night. There were no fees for our service dog and zero fees for the two nights where our motorhome was parked in their lot! Unbelievable!
We were so impressed with every aspect of our experience at the Cosmopolitan. Each staff member we encountered went out of his or her way to welcome us and ensure that our stay was perfect. Even the dog was welcomed with a goodie box!!! The food options in the resort are abundant and very tasty (Juice Standard is my fave). The fitness center and spa are among the best we’ve seen. The casino is…well, a casino, haha.
Our stay at the Cosmopolitan was a luxurious and relaxing treat. Simply stated, it met our needs and far exceeded our expectations.