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Planning a fall weekday (Mon-Fri) trip to Vegas with my husband. We have never been to Vegas together and want to spend some time relaxing at a pool and in our room a bit. We are torn between TI, Flamingo, Mirage, Planet Hollywood and Monte Carlo.

My husband has stayed at Flamingo and it said it was fine.. he can't speak of the pool because the weather didn't allow for it. The prices for all 5 are around the same and so are the reviews. I am a big trip advisor girl and reading good and bad about all of them. Recommendations from friends favor Monte Carlo, Mirage and Flamingo - in that order.

Can anyone shed some light?

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