Happy Thursday, Degens! I'm headed out for a wedding next month and will be in town Sat-Tues. My Cosmo promo had Sun and Mon nights for $69, which I gladly took them up on...but the fine folks there want $350 on Saturday night, and while i love Cosmo, like a wise philosopher once said, "I would do anything for love, but I won't do that". So, I'm left to fend for myself on Saturday night. It currently looks like it's down to Bally's or Harrah's as the lowest cost (non Rio) options for the one night. I have stayed at neither but have stayed a good bit at Flamingo, so I think my overall expectations are pretty realistic...though from appearances, I tend to hold Harrahs in higher regard for quality than Ballys (I just don't dig the casino vibe there) Without further ado, here's the price breakdown: Harrah's Valley room - $130 Ballys Resort Room - $85 Ballys Jubilee Room - $91 Other considerations - Catching "Love" at the Mirage on Saturday night, so Harrah's is better proximity for that Bally's is next to Cromwell where I love to gamble, and a much shorter walk to Cosmo the following day Also, if I stay at Bally's maybe I'll take the saved money and spring for the Sterling Brunch (had it once before, but food poisoning was kicking in AS I was there...not the best $100 I've ever spent (but oddly, probably not the worst...) So...all things considered, 1st is the Valley room worth the extra $50. If not, what are the pros and cons of the Resort vs. Jubilee rooms at Bally's? I think the resort rooms are the recently remodeled "Indigo" rooms, but have no clue if that is better than a Jubilee room (for quality or location). Any input is welcome!