I just returned from six nights in Las Vegas, two nights each in the three hotels listed above. It was my first time at Green Valley Ranch. It's been a couple of years since I stayed at the Mirage, and the LVH is my go to hotel when I can't find a fantastic price somewhere better. I expected more from the Green Valley Ranch. I read a lot of reviews, and expected it to be 4 stars (I consider 5 stars to be Palazzo, Wynn, or Bellagio). It wasn't. I give it a 3. Air conditioner wasn't working when I arrived in the room - it took about 30 minutes and the maintenance guy said "this happens all the time". Great! Mirage rooms were fine. No problems with it. But the surprising thing I wanted to say was - these three rooms were basically equal. Equally as nice. Equally clean. None particularly special (although if I WERE to give one of these an extra plus - it would be the LVH for having a mini fridge). I'm not judging anything else but the rooms. I always rent a car, so transportation is not an issue. Food prices are an issue with me, at most locations on the strip, but that's another story. So all things considered, I judge the three rooms the same, all satisfactory, and a solid three stars. Considering the prices: Green Valley Ranch $75 per night including the $25 resort fee Mirage $75 per night including the resort fee LVH $50 for two nights with offer The winner is then clear: LVH. They deserve a kudos.