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Rooms and Pools in Las Vegas

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We've been to Vegas before, so I'm aware of where everything is on the strip, so this time I'm looking specifically for how the rooms compare at these places. We don't need fancy or huge, but updated and clean are a must! Plus, their pools, I'll probably be lounging by them a lot while my husband attends a conference.

- Monte Carlo (we've stayed there before, loved the beds, but it's been years!)
- MGM (also stayed there before, but in "The West Wing." Didn't care for it much, but would be willing to try a different section if the price was right.)
- The Mirage
- Treasure Island
- The Flamingo
- Tropicana
- New York, New York (very interested because of the location, but worried about roller coaster noise)
- The Venetian (if we can make the budget work since it's more than the others)

Side note: we are considering taking our kids (ages 1 and 3). Yes, we are crazy - or no? Would there plenty to do? I'm thinking the pools and just walking (me walking, them stroller riding) would be pretty entertaining. Plus, a day trip to Red Rock or Zion?

Again, it's been about 5 years since we've been, so just looking for some current advice. Thanks in advance :-)

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