Hello everyone, As we know, many (all?) casino hotels have some kind of players lounge, VIP lounge, or something similar. Having access to this kind of lounge is important to me, I like to be able to grab a beer or Diet Coke without having to shell out each time + tip, even if it is comped. Due to TI removing beer and wine from their Lounge, I'm now looking for a new place, and would appreciate any input... I remember thinking the Luxor and Trop had decent lounges like this, depending on rated play of course. Does anyone have some up to date info on these? I know most of the CET properties would have some kind of Diamond Lounge, and that would probably fit the bill, problem is, I am a 1-200/hand blackjack player and the comps and games at CET just don't make it work for that level of play. For comparison, here is my list of places I have been, and what items are available: Golden Nugget - VIP lounge for Check in, and Rush tower, has water and peanut M&Ms as snacks. No soda, wine, beer, or anything else. TI - VIP check in lounge - cookies and sweets during the day/evening, bottled water and soda available, as mentioned above, no longer beer or wine. Mirage - VIP Check in - smaller snacks rotating during the day, beer, wine, soda and water available, no (or don't remember) hard liquor service. Bellagio - Very nice VIP check in area, various coffee and pastries in the morning, water and soda during the day, wine and hard liquor in the evenings. Also have a Executive Lounge which you can access if staying in one of the suites. Got this at the "top" of my playing range. Monte Carlo - Hotel32 lounge has water and light snacks throughout the day/evening, don't remember about beer, soda or wine there. Mandalay - Water only in VIP lounge MGM Grand - Water only in VIP lounge, even the SkyLofts had a wine bar with a charge in the evening. Wynn - VIP lounge off the Tower Suites entrance - Soda, beer, wine, water, nice pastry and snacks rotating through the day. Can't remember if liquor was served, but I do remember Bailys for the coffee... Thanks for your thoughts!