We stayed here the week of Labor day. Checked in on Saturday, August 31, 2013. Everything was great. We had a 1BR suite on the 10th floor that overlooked the Fountians of the Bellagio, so we could watch the fountian shows every evening from our room. The staff was extremely nice and helpful. The resort is connected to the Cosmopolitan casino, and just across the street from Planet Hollywood casino and resort, which is also connected to a shopping mall. The Jockey Club is a great, central location on the strip. Had a little trouble finding it first time, there is just a small sign by the little street you go up beside the Cosmo, but once there, everything was great until Tues morning. There was some type of work being done between Jockey and Bellagio, and at 5:30 am every morning from Tues on, we were awakened by the equipment and workers (I dont blame them, though, I wouldn't want to do construction or whatever in the heat of the day). If you don't mind noisy, I recommend staying on the side of the resort with the strip view, but if you want to sleep in, I would request the other side of the building. I understand it has no view, but is alot quieter. The parking is a little strange. You have to take an elevator from the parking building to the second floor (where the pool is), go thru the pool area, into the building, then another elevator to the floor you are staying on. No big deal, really, just a little inconvenient when you are taking your luggage in/out. I would highly recommend this place, and would gladly stay here again. If you are there with a car to go sightseeing, don't miss valley of fire.