South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa
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Clerum stayed here on May 6, 2013 during their trip titled: Motorcycle Adventure.
Rode into town about 300 and got checked in. Immediately won the million dollar jackpot. Lost it all on the next roll. :-)
Today we finally made it to the strip to explore what Sin City had to offer. Grabbing the shuttle down there, we got off at Excaliber which is at the start of the strip. If you have ever seen images of Vegas, you would recognise Excaliber as the castle, a bit like something out of Camelot. Looking behind us we saw the Mandalay Bay shimmering gold …
It was an early start this morning as we headed back on the metro to the airport for our flight to Vegas, woooohooooo! It's always somewhere Az has wanted to visit and we had been hoping that some boxing would be on but typically, it's the only month there isn't a fight on so instead we have a few other things planned. We flew with Southwest again …
We have just realised that we haven't even stepped outside the hotels doors today, yet we have done so much, it's fantastic. After grabbing a yummy breakfast we decided it was about time we went and checked out the cinema. Over here, especially when we were in LA, there were billboards everywhere advertising the Hunger Games. Not knowing what it …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
nix besonderes, ca 15 Jahre alt, keine spezielle Aussicht. Gebuchte Suite war geräumig aber nix besonderes. Bett bequem. Vorteil: Von Rental Car Center leicht zu erreichen. Nachteil: Nicht am Strip (ca. 5 Meilen); obwohl nachgefragt bei Check-in, ob Aussicht vorhanden und bejaht, sahen wir hauptsächlich das Parkhaus (8. Stock).
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Huge hotel, cheap food in the casino. Couldn't fault it. Great pool area. Far from strip.
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We had the pleasure of staying at this brand new hotel on Jan. 13, 2006. First of all, we arrived at noon and they let us check in early. Asked for a room near the elevator and got it. Asked for a late checkout and got it. Every single employee we came into contact with in the 25 hours we were there was very nice, helpful and seemed happy to help us. Our standard room was awesome to say the least. 42" plasma tv on the wall. Beautiful color scheme and very roomy. The bathroom was gorgeous and the soaps and shampoos were top notch. The buffet was good. The location was south of the airport so right now it is alone with loads of contruction going on in the area. It would take approximately 10-15 minutes to get to the main section of the strip by car. Overall we were very impressed by the Southcoast and its employees.
Don't go yet
I stayed January 4-6. The hotel had just opened and all of the problems one would expect with a new hotel plus some are evident.
The rooms was excellent. Very roomy, nice LCD TV, comfortable bed. However, I had a huge complaint. They are still working on building the pool and fitness center and they are working through the night. I had to put up with the beep-beeping of construction vehicles throughout the night.
The staff tried to be helpful but for the most part, they were not very well informed. Wait staff generally did not know which beers were available.
Though the hotel is located on the strip, it is very far away from everything else. You will not be able to walk to anything else.
We travel to Las Vegas several times a year. We stayed at South Coast a week after it opened. The rooms were nice and new. My husband and teenage son were in awe of the 42" Plasma TV in our room. Walls were a little thin. Doors did not shut by themselves, we had to make sure we closed it tight before we left. The rooms are huge and our rate was great.
Nice huge room with big bathroom. Get a room with odd numbers to see the east side. The closest parking spot is out in the front of the hotel. You need a car if you stay here since taxi wait can be long.
Vegas' new South Coast Hotel Casino, Jan 4-6, 2006
Excited about a new hotel but dissapointed once we got there. Sheets are rough-if you are used to soft, egyptian cotton, you'll hate their rough hotel sheets. The pillows are huge and uncomfortable. Walls are VERY thin-you can hear everything going on around you...YES, everything! Even the AC/Heater is loud. They give you a 2 for 1 coupon for the buffet at check in but don't even waste your time or money...food is VERY dry and over-cooked. Not a very good selection and the desserts are even worse. They didn't even have real ice cream...only non-fat yogurt. Plasma tv's are nice. Slot machines are VERY tight. I didn't see anyone winning anything. They are charging full price right now but many of the amenities aren't even open yet. It's far from the strip (8 miles from Barbary Coast to be exact) so don't think about walking. I usually stay at a strip hotel and only gave this one a chance because of a last minute booking for New Years Eve. I wouldn't stay here again.
A brand new, beautiful desert gem!!
I'm impressed! We loved and enjoyed our stay at the South Coast!! The hotel lies far south and away from the main strip and it's close to the Outlet Center (formerly Belz). We stayed for 2 wonderful nights starting Christmas day and I didn't have any problem getting a room at all thru the toll-free number. Clean, spacious rooms, great plasma TVs, nicely decorated bathrooms, great linen sheets and the hotel has a wonderful steakhouse restaurant and buffet. Upon check-in, we found the staff to be very helpful and accommodating! We didn't see the pool for we were told it was completely done yet but we look forward to it the next time we check in. South Coast, you've done a great job! Thank you!
I uderstand the problems that come with opening a new hotel. BUT this one opened way too early.
We just got back last night from the South Coast. I agree with the previous review. Nice big rooms, clean not so smoky YET!!! The bathrooms are huge and the beds are nice. Nice big t.v. as well. There really is no theme like stated above. The serivce was ok. It took forever to get coffee in the a.m. and drinks at lunch.. The buffet lines are long as well. We were surprised at how crowded it was-- the place was packed. One had to wait for slot machines -- that is how crowded they were. We took our kids, ages 11 and 15 . They had fun the in arcade but seem to like the Orleans hotel better. This hotel is far, far away from anything-- the shuttle is a long ride-- almost an hour in traffic.. We waited 45 minutes for a taxi to the airport.. The valet guy said that none of the taxi drivers want to come that far south-- not worth it for them.. The hotel has some issues to work out-- it was ok but will probably never stay there again. Need to be closer and have better service. Our taxi driver said the Orleans and a few others like the JW Marriott are the best places to stay. Take alot of money for a taxi ride( if you can catch one) and take a ton of money for the slot machines, as we saw no one win a dime there!! We did play at Barbary coast and won over 75.00 dollars in a penny machine for a few minutes of play.. that was fun.. Threw away a ton at South Coast-- Good luck!! and have fun!!
South Coast Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada. We just returned from a two night stay, just after the opening night. Very hospitable staff, bright and new Casino. This Casino is "unthemed," which in itself if somewhat of a pleasure. The design and styling are very much in line with the "Coast casinos" image. As a matter of fact, it's very similar to the Sun Coast Casino. The bathrooms have a brown granite sink tops, commode and tub/shower combination are secluded behind a privacy door within the bathroom. Rooms are big and very nicely appointed. Upscale bedlinens, huge flat screen tv. Nice buffet, and great Italian Restaurant. The restaurants follow the usual cookie cutter Coast formula - Buffet - Mexican - Italian - Oyster Bar, Steak House. Don't look for anything new and innovative- only the "tried and true" here. Great place to spend a nice vacation. Shuttle service to the Barbary Coast Casino on the Strip.