It’s clean and cost efficient. It has a separate living room big enough to hold a meeting. It has a kitchen of sorts with a fridge, coffeemaker and microwave. And it has a staff that serves you a piping hot breakfast each morning. These may sound like little things, but it’s the little things that count when you’re waiting out your divorce in Vegas. See, Nevada is a great no-fault state where two parties can dissolve a marriage in almost as little time as it takes to make one. The bad news is you have to be a resident. The good news is it only takes six weeks to become one. But getting through those 42 days can cost a lot more than a marriage if you stay in a hotel with a casino.