Hi all, hoping for some advice here. I'm not sure why we have this offer since we don't gamble that much but I am able to book a free room at LINQ or Bally's during the time period we're looking to visit Vegas (Dec 26 - Dec 30, 2016). There is also the opportunity to book at some of the other TR properties at reduced rates. Anyway, just looking for some opinions from you guys based on the following: 1) We're in our mid/late 30s and don't do a lot of gambling or partying. To be honest we like to just walk around the strip, people watch, have some good meals, and then get outside of Vegas for outdoor activities like Valley of Fire during the day. However, when we do gamble it is typically video poker and I'm a huge fan of the craft beer bar at the LINQ. I also like the bar (Heart Bar?) at PH. 2) Our previous stays were at Vdara (2 years ago) and Palazzo (last year). So basically we're used to this type of nice 'suite-esque' room and the properties have both been relatively laid back, clean, and quiet. 3) We will have a car for the upcoming trip. I really liked the Palazzo parking situation so this will be a consideration for us. 4) Bally's - The hotel kind of makes me think of a (much larger) hotel at Tunica like the Horseshoe or Gold Strike. Older, probably smoky with some run down sections, but nice enough to put your head down at night. I've read a lot of really good things about the updated Jubilee Tower rooms and the fact that it is basically center strip where we like to walk around is a huge plus. We can get the Jubilee King Strip View here. 5) Linq - I'm a big fan of the LINQ casino as a low roller. It's spread out and doesn't feel over bearing. I know it was recently renovated so assume the rooms are in good shape. I just assume it's a younger crowd so probably has a greater potential to be a bit rowdy at night. We can get the Luxury King here. Not sure if this is really enough info for you guys to help us decide so if you need any more info just let me know. To be honest we're actually leaning towards Bally's Jubilee at present. In fact I actually went ahead and booked a Jubilee King Strip View room just to hang on to it for the short term. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! One note, I would like to find a place that is relatively quiet at night. I'm thinking the one negative to being near center strip is that you may have to contend with a lot of thumping bass throughout the night and that's something I'd like to avoid if possible.