Stayed three nights this week so I thought I would relay a couple notes some of which might help to navigate in the period of the pause. 1) Hit multiple Cosmo sites for Happy Hour. You do have to make a reservation. I used the notes section to indicate the reso was for HH. No issues when we showed up. 2) If you showed and did not have a reservation, you had to take a pic of the QR code and make a reservations for, "15mns from now" and then return. No sense in trying to attach a "why" to that process. Also went to Cornerstone at the Gold Coast where we had a reso for dinner, but showed up for HH. We had to tell the hostess we wanted a HH reservation and then return after the magical 15mns. 3) At least two to three tables at STK for HH were occupied by kids with their parents...in one case including a stroller. Why they allow kids in the HH bar is beyond me especially when tables are limited to four. It's just another drain on revenue not to mention having to put up with the sounds of various gaming devices. We may trying out the adult only Circa for Thanksgiving next year. 4) For those of you who have stayed at Cosmo, you know about the multiple texts you get from Rose. Finally used that to request housekeeping service when we were leaving for part of the day. Got a response with a witty verification and, when we returned to the room...no HK. That didn't work out too well for us. 5) Another irritant at the Cosmo is a) the TV seems to turn itself off randomly...a box pops up to say press OK to continue, but that doesn't work and b) the lighting is always a challenge with multiple switches controlling lights throughout the suite...trying to get the desk lamp only to work is an adventure in button-pushing. 6) In case you were wondering, the ice skating rink is open. 7) Had a few extra customer service issues on this trip. It appears some of the support areas have been cut back in terms of staffing, but the drink service continues to be excellent. 8) Speaking of drinks, in going from casino to casino, it is funny (as in humorous), to note the variance in approach to Covid ranging from the simple...some casinos don't have napkins anymore, other do to the more intensive...some check temps, Cosmo is not alone in just letting you walk in. No one was counting as far as I could tell and one of the reasons is that the 25% rule applies to total square footage for the property...not just the casino floor. That is another rule that just beats the smaller casinos over the head again. You can get a lime in your drink at some casinos, other have a no fruit policy. Some dispense change when you cash a slot ticket, others give you a paper ticket for any change...no coins. All in all it is a different experience that impacts the employees and staff a lot more than the patrons which is too bad. A long, long way to get back to normal.