The hotel's 79 rooms are all suite apartments and there are four categories: Zen, Lotus, Tranquiilty and the Designer Penthouse, which is worth a look-in if you have the budget and you are looking for something with that wow-factor. The two bedroom duplex has an upper terrace with great views over the surrounding district. Stylishly decorated, the penthouse is perfect if you're not going to be spending a long time in the area or if you want something roomier than a suite.
The suites are also spacious and well-appointed. The lead-in category starts at 365 square feet to 1,450 square feet for the Penthouse. They all have a balcony, which is handy if you are a smoker. The main advantage of staying at the Cosmopolitan is that every room is a fully-equipped apartment, which is great if you want to feel at home away from home. The starting category, the Zen Suite, has a kitchenette complete with hob, fridge and some even have a washer/dryer for long-term stays. All suites have warm hardwood floors, high thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets, a fitted kitchen, a flat-screen television, CD player, mini-bar, hairdryer, plush bathrobes and yoga mats. The yoga mats help to reinforce the hotel's 'zen' aspect, along with a small water feature, or 'soothing energy fountains' in each suite up from the lead-in category, an air-purifier and a dedicated meditation channel. The Lotus suites have two balconies - a Juliet balcony and a private balcony, which is great for a spot of sunbathing in the summer. They also have full kitchens with washer/dryer, iron and ironing board.