Silverton Hotel amp; Casino
3333 Blue Diamond Road
Las Vegas, Nevada 89139
Silverton Hotel amp; Casino is one of my favorite local casinos to visit. They have ample parking and a parking garage, as well as they are attached to Bass Pro Shops too. So, if you are looking to go to a casino and do a little outdoor recreational shopping, then they are perfect to go to. They are always having plenty of local promotions when using your players card. Unlike casinos that are on the strip, they do cater to locals. The promotions are set up for locals by showing id and the machines actually pay out pretty well when gambling. They do have plenty of table games as well.
There are tons of restaurants to choose from, my favorite is the Seasons’ Buffet that offers a Sunday steak and crab leg brunch, with free drinks with the brunch. They serve mimosas and other champagne drinks. The servers are great and so is the food. Plus, it is never super busy and the wait to get in is usually only about 10 minutes at most.
If you’re looking for props like Poker Online, then the aforementioned casino is the perfect place to try out your hand but when it comes to restaurants, there is hardly any match for Seasons’ Buffet as you can get all sorts of delicacies apart from the ones mentioned above.
They do offer live entertainment and concerts as well. These are typically not huge name performers, however occasionally they do get those in too. Of course they also offer room specials throughout the year depending on the holiday or event that is taking place in Vegas at the time. There are also special room packages, such as Bass Pro Shopping package or wedding packages too.
Silverton Hotel amp; Casino is not too far from the main strip either on Las Vegas Boulevard, it is about 10 minutes away. So, it is in an ideal location to get away from the strip traffic and commotion, while still being close enough when wanting to go down to the strip.
Southpoint Hotel amp; Casino
9777 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89183
Show Tickets: 702-797-8055
The Southpoint Hotel amp; Casino is another great casino for locals, since it is also off the strip and there is a lot to do there. They do have a large movie theater, that does offer 3D movies as well. There are plenty of screens and rarely can you not get in to see the movie of your choice. They also do midnight showings as well of new movies that come out.
They do also offer a bowling allay and bingo room too. The movie theater, bowling allay and bingo hall are all up stairs away from the casino which is nice, because for the most part the casino noise can not be heard. Plus, most of the upstairs is non-smoking as well. The bowling allay has 64 lanes, a snack bar, lounge, pro shop, meeting rooms and a locker area. The bowling allay is very clean and easy to use and of course there is also a game room for kids right by it.
The Southpoint also offers a spa and salon also on site. There are plenty of different packages to choose from, as well as wedding packages and retreat choices too. They do offer different specials all the time as well. The nice part with the Southpoint is that they also have a huge pool area that does close in the winter, however it has plenty of different pool areas, plus wi-fi hot spot section, rentals, gazebos, pool side deli, bar and hot tubs too. The machines pay pretty well at the casino and there are always promotions happening here too. Plus, there are fast food restaurant and snack choices within the casinos, as well as a buffet, cafe and other restaurants. They do also do shows and concerts here as well.
A main difference with the Southoint compared to other casinos is that they have a full size arena and equestrian center too. So there are tons of outdoor events happening here, such as horse shows and competitions, RV super show, the glass and bead expo and more. This has become a common location in Vegas for many of these events to be held at because of the state of the art design and the location. The Southpoint is about 15 to 20 minutes away from the main strip.
Santa Fe Station Hotel amp; Casino
4949 North Rancho Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89130
Texas Station Gambling Hall amp; Hotel
2101 Texas Star Lane
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89032
Fiesta Hotel amp; Casino
2400 North Rancho Drive
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89130
Santa Fe Station, Texas Station and The Fiesta are all part of the Station Casinos enterprise. So they are all very similar in many ways. Each casino is set up almost identically no matter what part of town the casino is located in. They for the most part have all the same fast food restaurants to eat at, the names of the buffets and restaurants do change, however they are all very similar. Each is located for the most part of the strip and within the community, because they really are a local casino.
Both the Santa Fe and Texas Station offer bowling allays, along with Kids Quest. Kids Quest is a baby sitting service located within the casino and children are supervised for a maximum of 4 hours while in there. They are actually very secure and the Kids Quest are typically located right by the movie theater and bowling allay. Parents do need to have shot records typically for their children, however parents can pay extra for snacks and drinks for their children too.
The Santa Fe and Texas Station do offer bars and lounges, as well as movie theaters too. There are arcades attached to the movie theaters as well. Of course there is plenty of dining too, buffets, restaurants and cafes.The Santa Fe has been more recently remodeled, so it is much more modern looking and up to date.
The interesting part with the Fiesta Hotel and Casino is that they do offer an ice arena in the casino. They do have restaurants, buffets, bars and lounges as well, however they are a much smaller casino. Both the Santa Fe and Texas Station do have show rooms and provide concerts and bands there. The Fiesta does offer live performances, just in a smaller setting.