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We slept all day. Had the alarm set to see the free shows on the Strip, but didn't hear it and slept on. Still we made it half an hour early to the last show of the Pirates of Ti at the Treasure Island Hotel: Excellent seats at the bar and sipping delicious cocktails: We were ready, when they announced that the show was cancelled.
We took a …
The eternal dingelingeling of the slot machines and the lights - so many lights and so big, everything is so very very big... and the airconditionning which teamed up with the dry desert heat to make my eyes tear continiously... it all seams incredible, beautiful but unreal. I had not slept.
We went shopping.
Ronnie Baker Brooks playing at …
Our first stop on our tour was the helicopter flight down to the bottom of the canyon with a boat ride along the colorado river. It was such a nice warm day that we wished we could have swam in it. We touched the indian side of the water and put it on our face for good luck. We need all the luck we can get for our gambling in vegas.
We were then shuffled onto a waiting bus that took us to the Skywalk and Eagle Point. I feel sad for them as there were less ...
... hit the road before lunchtime, on route to Lake Elsinor. Kayla and Jacob stayed here a few nights ago and recommended it. The road inland from Laguna was winding and I got a bit dizzy by the end of it. We made it to the RV/camp ground in an hour and payed $8 each (and $7 for firewood) for the site. We had a solid feast for lunch with leftover pasta, omelette and salad- fresh groceries are the bomb. We then ...
We slept in late. Previous day of all the walking and late night gambling took its toll. We hung out by the pool. Took an afternoon nap, ate at BLT Burger and finished up at the pool again. The sun was wonderful considering it was in the 60s at home.
Dressed up a little to roam around. We went to the Forum Shoppes at Caesars Palace.
At the end in the Coliseum was a huge aquarium. We waited for the statue show. The show consisted of ...
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We all enjoyed Boulder Station
A group of 10 of us spent a week at the Boulder Station in June, 2004. It was a great value. The food at all the restaurants was wonderful. One of our group hit several jackpots in video poker and returned home with a lot more than she came with. We will definitely return to the Boulder Station in the future.
Just spent a night there on our way to Zion NP. Because we left late and just needed a place to crash for the night, we didn't want to spend too much on a hotel. So when we read the reviews here and found a room for $29, we figured we couldn't go wrong. And boy were we pleasantly surprised!
The size of the hotel is perfect, with short lines for check-in, and pleasant rooms. The pool isn't quite as nice as others in Vegas, but it was functional. The parking garage is close to the hotel and we always saw a security guard patrolling the facility on his bike - which was a very comforting feeling. All in all, I'd say we found a good alternative to the other hotels on the strip. Would highly recommend. The breakfast buffet was also very nice.
And excellent value
we stayed from june 14-18. we checked in early at 11.00 am and the room was very nice with 2 queen size beds, a good mountain view, and high med and low settings on the air conditioner. the food at the cafe and boiler steakhouse was good and a fair price. Everyone at the casino and all the help very friendly all the games were better and video poker looser than the strip and a little better than downtown and it was not as crowded. We will stay here again. The pool was average size but not crowded at all and clean. You have to show room keys to go to your room and use the pool. It is an easy 5 mile drive to the downtown area.
I stayed here for 2 nights as a first-timer to Las Vegas back in March of this year. I am a hardcore gambler and after doing tremendous research about Vegas the one thing that was evident was that the "local casinos" are the places to go for better odds and looser slots. This really held true at Boulder Station...specatcular room, great food, great customer service. Also check out Sunset Station in Henderson and all the Station casinos in Vegas for that matter...overall their player's club is very rewarding with lots of perks and you can use your card at any and all of their casinos. The ONLY qualm I had about Boulder Station was that they charged a $4.95 per night surcharge for room amenities such as phone calls, internet usage, etc. regardless of whether you use these services or not. However, the extra $4.95 per day was all worth it in return for the great service I received. Recommend Boulder Station and all the Station Casinos in Vegas to everybody you bump into!
Boulder Station was really nice. The rooms were very clean with extremely comfortable beds. It is in a great location away from the strip. Convienient if your traveling to Hoover Dam. The only drawback I found was the ciggarette smoke was a bit intense in the casino area. Other casinos we went in werent as stinky. But over all it was really a nice place.
April 25 - 27, 2004. The Boulder Station was more than I expected. I stayed there reluctantly as I'm used to staying on the Strip or very near by. But I was going with some relatives from out of town that wanted to save money on the room so they'd have more to gamble with; boy was I pleasantly surprised! For starters, the rooms were spacious, very clean and only $40 a night. The bathroom was large and the tub was larger than most. They have a babysitting service called "Kidsquest" that was out of this world! The age range is an unbelievable 6 weeks to 12 years! My 8 year old wanted to go there from sunup to sundown. It was only 5.50 or 6.50 per hour depending on the day, came with free arcade and video games, a HUGE indoor play place like McDonalds and they even feed your kid for a nominal 4.00. They even have a movie theatre right there in the hotel! If you have a car to get you to the strip when you want to go this is the best deal I have come across in Vegas and I've been going for years. I will definitely stay here the next time I come to Vegas. There were alot of eating places inside the hotel that were good also.
Great room for the price
I would give this hotel a higher rating, but it just has such heavy competition. It is great if you have a car. Stay here and drive to the strip. They keep the rooms nice. The casino is too smoky (compared to other casinos). The station buffets work very hard to deliver a great service, and you won't be dissapointed.
Terrific Boulder Station
We spent 7 nights at the Boulder Station, the rooms and casino were exceptionaly clean and the staff very friendly. There is a wonderful buffet and plenty of other places to eat until late in the evening. We needed a car but the price was offset by the price of the room and the location made it easy to get anywhere. Had a great time, will stay here again next year.
The best of the Station Casinos
I've stayed at 3 of the Station Casinos and enjoy the Boulder Station the best. The rooms are clean, the price is usually good, the casino is large (in fact it's easy to get lost), and the bingo is the best. I've recommended it to several friends and they feel the same way I do.
We have stayed at the Boulder Station twice and have enjoyed each stay. The staff is friendly and courteous. Large clean rooms, easy access to casino. We will stay there again on our next visit.