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Cosmo City 2 Queens or Mirage Resort 2 Queens

London, Canada
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Cosmo City 2 Queens or Mirage Resort 2 Queens

Since I'm travelling with a friend instead of my husband this trip I need 2 beds. I have an offer for a free night at the Mirage so the total for our 4 nights Aug 19-23 is $364 including tax & resort fee for a Resort Queen.

With Cosmo's 3rd night free deal I can get 3 nights for $501 including tax & resort fee in a City 2 Queen. I have enough MyVegas points for a free 4th night elsewhere.

I have never stayed at Cosmo or Mirage, but I feel like Cosmo will be more fun, central and have newer rooms. But is it even worth it to pay extra to stay at Cosmo in a city room? There are no other Queen rooms available on their website. Moving for the last night is a slight hassle but I don't really mind.

What do you think? Is Cosmo's vibe & location worth the extra money? Is the Queen room significantly better than Mirage? Since we'll be splitting the cost, the difference to stay at Cosmo is only $69 more each.

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1. Re: Cosmo City 2 Queens or Mirage Resort 2 Queens

The Cosmo room is about 70 square feet larger and has a much nicer bathroom. If one or both of you haven't yet stayed in the Cosmo, I'd say go for it.

If it was me, though, I'd put moving for one night into the "more trouble than it's worth" category and stick with Mirage.

2. Re: Cosmo City 2 Queens or Mirage Resort 2 Queens

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