Things change, and that’s a fact. By chance, I took a look today (5/10/14) at the Cosmopolitan’s pet policy, and it’s a little different than reported below. Now, the hotel charges a $50/night pet fee, and dogs up to 25 lbs. are welcome (for more details, click on the link).
When I wrote this post in August 2010, it was entitled “Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: New hotel/casino, not pet-friendly” — I had called the Cosmopolitan, which was slated to open later in the year, and learned that it would not be welcoming pet dogs. How surprised and pleased I was, therefore, to receive a reader’s comment in December 2010 (below) telling me that my information was wrong! I called the Cosmopolitan back this morning, and learned that the hotel is indeed pet-friendly:
Dogs (one per room) under 20 lbs. are welcome, and although the hotel charges a one-time $250 pet fee, $200 of that fee will be returned if your room is left clean and undamaged. My thanks to reader Jen for bringing the policy change to my attention — it’s great to have another pet-friendly hotel on the Strip, and so well-located.
Original post: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, slated to open this December, will be located next to the Bellagio and across from the Paris. It’s part of the Marriott Group’s Autograph Collection, and promises to be a glamorous addition to the Strip. I confirmed this morning, however, that it only allows service dogs through its doors.