We have 10 nights in Vegas towards the end of August. Our plans are still fluid: We get in late on 8/19: 8/19 - Treasure Island (2 nights, only staying one night) for $200 in FP 8/20-8/24 - Delano (Scenic Suite)($50 RC, $100 FP) 8/24-8/26 - tentatively is Luxor (Pyramid Corner King, for the tub) but we might change to downtown 8/27-8/30 - Vdara (some sweet, like the one Jer is staying in)(First time) ($50 RC, $75 FP) This is a tough decision for us. We've always stayed at Luxor for at least one night in our trip. If we gave it up, it would be a change. But change is good. We've stayed at El Co before and enjoyed our stay. She gets 3 nights and $25 food credit at El Co. We've only eaten a Seigel's once, and it wasn't great. But the rooms are night and it's quiet compared to Fremont St. Our stay last year at the D is the worst sleep I've ever gotten (we were there in Feb before the pandemic). Bass thumping until 3AM PST (6AM our time). Also being right by EvelPie for a late night slice is always a benefit I also love the craps crews at El Co. But I have no problem walking a block to play there. My wife got an offer from Golden Nugget. 3 nights and $25 in FP. We've never stayed at the Nugget. We've seen the pool and it looks nice. I worry about the noise there. Also do they have any rooms that have a tub? I like the idea of being close to GG, which I enjoy playing at. My wife does enjoy slots at GN, but I usually don't play craps there since they are higher than everyone else (most of the time, Circa might have changed that). If we drop Luxor, we also plan to stay one night at South Point. Cheap craps and hot dogs and more slots than my wife knows what to do with. I've never played in a poker room in Vegas, and SP might be my first. Plus we could see a movie and go bowling at night if we wanted to. Curious what others think of GN, the noise and a comparison to El Co.