Summary: Daydreaming about actually getting to Vegas this August and want to know which room/suite to choose as a “replacement” for our canceled honeymoon. Backstory: My wife and I (both in our early 30s) are planning to head to Vegas for 3 nights in August before going to a wedding in San Diego. When we booked in January, we intended to make this a summer trip since it's cross country travel for us. I originally booked us the cheapest thing I could find at Flamingo due to location and the fact she really doesn't care about the room or casino, so long as it's clean and has a good pool. Personally I like the Flamingo Go Pool and we also already planned to spend 1 day at the MGM pool on a day bed. I have been to Vegas a handful of times (but mostly on guys trips) and stayed in a bunch of mid-level properties, but nothing nicer than the Delano. I like to gamble for a few hours each trip but don’t mind heading to another property as I prefer cheaper limits. Fast forward to now...we had to cancel our island honeymoon in March (and who knows if/when it will get rebooked) and we are itching to travel. I noticed that everything in Vegas is dirt cheap (I also am Caesars Diamond and Hilton Diamond). I ended up booking us into a Junior Suite at the Waldorf Astoria since their rewards rates are super cheap, making the stay essentially free for me, and the location is excellent. I also assume it’s nicer than any property I’ve ever stayed in, anywhere. Again, I don’t necessarily care about staying inside a casino/hotel so long as they are relatively close by. My question: The WA looks awesome and my chances at an upgrade to the 1 bedroom suite are probably decent, but there are a ton of suites at other properties that look as nice if not nicer. I want my wife to be wowed by the hotel room, even if we won’t be spending too much time in it. Examples: MGM Penthouse City View Suite is <$300/night with fees, Cosmo Terrace Suite is $400/night with fees. Caesars Julius Executive Suite is $370/ night total. I wouldn’t say we have a giant wad of cash burning a hole in our pockets, but we also don’t mind spending up to $400/ night given our lack of honeymoon. Would you stay at the WA or would you move elsewhere?