Just wanted to give a kind of quick review as I had almost no luck finding info about these rooms. Also to give my opinion of MC as it seems there's not a lot of love for this place on this board. I had only walked through the MC once a couple of years ago, prior to this visit. That was an early August trip and when we walked through during that afternoon, there was almost nobody in the casino. We stayed in a Diamond Suite the week of Halloween. When we were checking in, the guy at the desk said initially said the room was offline. When I asked about it, he said that it only meant that the room was supposed to be refreshed very soon at a point that it wasn't rented out. He said they'd had a refresh in the plans but hadn't been able to get it going because they'd been consistently at or near capacity. The Diamond Suite is an actual two-room suite with a door closing off the bedroom. The living room has a half-bath a bar with a refrigerator, sink and plenty of cabinet space. It also has a Keurig coffee maker. I think that they're supposed to supply two k-cups and 2 bottles of water a day, but we got 4 per day (I should probably note that we leave a tip each day). There is also a coach, chair, coffee table, a large armoire holding a flat screen television and a table with chairs. The one thing really missing in this area is a microwave. The bedroom has a desk, a table with another flat screen television along with the king-sized bed and bedside tables. The bathroom has a very large jacuzzi tub (large enough for two people) and a shower. There are two sinks. The toilet is not in a separate water closet, if that is important to you. The whole setup is quite spacious and perfect for being able to spread out and relax. Having a separate room is nice if one of you is sleeping in and the other wants to read or watch tv. I will say that there is some wear and the rooms are definitely ready for a refresh, though the housekeeping staff does keep it very clean. I didn't notice if the coach had a coach bed in it, but the coach itself was worn. The bed was comfortable. Not as good as Encore, but definitely better than Rio, where we've stayed the last couple of years. Internet access was pretty slow. The wired connection actually plugged into a wireless unit that did not work. A call down and a guy came up and fixed things very quickly. The connection was okay for checking email. If you need more than that, you'll want to find a different solution. We got a good deal on the room, but had booked several months prior. That was probably a good idea because the hotel appeared to be quite crowded that week. The casino was pretty busy the entire week. Since this was during football season, finding a place to watch the Cowboys was a big priority for me. Wanting to watch in the Pub, I talked to a couple of people on Saturday and found that it had been very crowded during college football on Saturday and was advised to get there early on Sunday. We got there about 30 minutes before it opened, so were near the front of what turned out to be a pretty decent line for tables. We were able to get a good table near the big screen, where the game was to be showed. They have an all you can eat brunch buffet and an all you can drink buffet as well. You can get both for a little bit of a discount. The food wasn't particularly inspiring, but was okay. The all you can drink thing is a subset of the drink menu. It includes a few beers, mimosas, bloody marys or just vodka. We tried the cafe late one evening. The food was not great, but was good. The service was friendly, but fairly slow. We also tried the buffet for breakfast. It was not crowded at the time we went and food was okay. Since we used a two-for-one coupon from MyVegas, it was a good value. What they didn't have that I wanted was iced tea. The food court is not inspiring, but you can get full for a reasonable amount. All in all, we found the MC to be a good value. We were looking for some space to relax in, but a fairly energetic casino area. Unfortunately, there is no venue there for dancing. Our preferred venues for boot scooting are a little far for walking in boots and/or heels, so we'll likely stay further North on the strip, though I wouldn't mind staying at MC again, perhaps to try out Hotel32. I hope this info is helpful to somebody that wants to stay at MC and specifically in a Diamond Suite.