My wife and I have six kids and about a month ago we decided we needed an 'us' vacation. After posting a question about comps to the board it was suggested that I switch my reservation from NYNY to Cosmo. At the direction of Kevin, Cosmo slot VP I contacted a host there. We are by no means high rollers, but gamble more than most casual tourists. The host offered a Terrace One Bedroom for $175/nt. After checking online I saw that I could get Terrace Studio with fountain view for the same price. I asked the host if she would do the studio w/fv for the same price, and that was agreed upon. After work Sunday night (managing trade show) I got home exhausted about 11 and still had to pack, didn't get to bed until 1230 but something about going to Vegas motivates me to get up, even if it is at 4 am. Flew SWA and arrived in Vegas at 915 this morning. While waiting for our luggage we each put a $20 in a machine. Wife won $15, and I won $20, starting our trip on the right foot. Took Lyft to Cosmo from the airport, the driver was great. Total for the ride was only $12, and I did the promo for $5 off 10 rides so I tipped the $5 back to him. Got checked in and the host had us down for a Terrace Studio no fountain view, a little annoyed by this because I have an email stating something different, but the check in clerk let me know that my rate allowed me to opt out of the resort fee if I so desired. We didn't get the view we were hoping for, but I am on vacation and will just roll with it. The rooms are really nice, and my wife loves the jetted tub. One thing about Cosmo though is they really don't have any casual dining options. We usually just eat a lighter lunch and there is no way to do that there. Also it seems that until Eggslut opens really the only option for breakfast is the buffet. My goal this trip was to try to focus my play at one location, but the dining options at Cosmo make it really hard to not want to leave. We played a variety of slots for the first three hours, my wife seems to really enjoy the Brittney Spears one, and I hope to make it to the high limit room a little later. So far we are down $500, but I come to win, and I am patient. Walked down to Smash Burger at Ceasars, they have a VERY limited menu, but it was delicious. There is not one in Washington, so I usually only have it when I am in Cali visiting my parents. We have no plans for this trip, will do a nice steak dinner somewhere one night, and will go to a show, thinking MJ one or zumanity, but I don't like making plans, so we will probably work that out day of. As a general rule I hate people, and especially crowds. Room rates this week were super low, so I am hoping things are slow. Hopefully I will be posting about some big wins later.