Suncoast Hotel and Casino
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Historical Traveler Reviews Suncoast Hotel and Casino Las Vegas
Praise From a Recovering Snob
I have stayed at the finest hotels in Las Vegas
over the last ten years. I needed to get to Vegas on very short notice
and ended up at the Suncoast. Wow! The room was very big and quite
nice. The view was great. The food was Delicious. The service was
Spectacular! and it's CHEAP!!!
Suncoast treated me as though I were a celebrity. Everybody there was competent and cheerful and went out of their way to be helpful.
If you've got a million bucks to gamble: Bellagio will treat you like a million. Try the Suncoast, they
treat everybody that way. I would highly recommend The Suncoast, it's
got a Bowling Alley, theres no bowling at the Venitian.
My husband and I go to Vegas each year for our anniversary and decided to stay off the strip last year. This is a beautiful hotel - we were upgraded to a suite at no charge when we checked in and it was spectacular. Not one single complaint about anything. It was well worth being 20 minutes from the strip. Would absolutely stay there again.
Great Place to Stay!!
I have stayed at the Suncoast on two separate occasions. The first, with several teenagers as part of a competition in the Summerlin area and the second was just this past New Years Eve....when I got married!!! Both trips were unbelievable!! The first trip, the teens had plenty to do when they weren't at competition. Cosmic bowling, the arcade and the pool kept them entertained. The Suncoast is located close to Cheesecake Factory and P.F. Changs as well as Target and several specialty stores. It is well off the strip and very comfortable. Maid service was great! This past Dec. 31, we stayed for our wedding. Service was wonderful! We did get married on the strip, but returned to the Suncoast to party the night away with a band called The Elements. They were awesome! Great mix of music and they play there often. I was a first time gambler and had very nice experiences at all of the tables I was at. The dealers were knowledgeable and friendly all three days we were there. Cafe Sienna had great breakfast/lunch and Primos makes a great dirty martini.....I will definitely return to the Suncoast and would recommend it for a great stay in Vegas!!
Where the locals gamble
I've stayed here a couple times now and have always been impressed with the incredible value for the room you get. Plus, the gambling is cheaper ($2 Craps tables) and less crowded. An all around great place to stay if you're local or just need a break from the strip but still want a little bit of the action.
Loved the Suncoast
I had a beautiful room and view. The service was wonderful. I would book another room if i return to Las Vegas. Thank you.
What a great place for kids, exceptional offstrip value
With the movie theater, kids babysitter facility,bowling alley, swimming pool, casino, etc this was a very nice place, only 15 minutes from the strip. kid friendly swimming pool (which also had a pretty lively weeklly adult pool party) was nice. large clean rooms accomodated 4 people easily. the st tropez buffet food was very good and moderately pricedwe would definitely stay there again. a large shopping mall and other stores are less than 5 minutes away. beatiful view of both the strip at night and the mountains from our room. we also looked out over the pool area and a golf coursethe "fitness center" was just that. not a bike and treadmill like some places. they had treadmills, elliptical trainers and bikes as well as several weight machinesspa on site but i didnt get to try it out unfortunatelygive it a try and i know you wont be disappointed
I just had a 4 day stay at the Suncoast and was beyond happy at my choice. I reserched hotels for a long time and wanted to stay off the stip for a change and was I ever happy with the Suncoast. The area it is located in is beautiful. Lovely mountains and golf course views. The room was large and well kept. The casino was very friendly and had 3 dollar blackjack and 2 dollar craps. Food was good also. The rate I got ( $49) a night was a steal for this place. I will definatly stay there again.
Who Maid the Bed?
Stayed at the Suncoast for a week in Feb. 2003. A big, impressive building but understand that it is about a good 20 minute drive on expressways to get to the strip. You will be at the extreme northwest section of the Las Vegas area making it time consuming to get to other parts of the city, but from what we saw this is probably the nicest area in greater Las Vegas (shopping, golf courses, restaurants). Good amenities at the Suncoast, the restaurants in the casino were all great and a good value. Bowling center, movie theatre, nice pool/spa area. Our only reservations concerned the (standard) room we had. The bed had unfitted sheets and mattress pad that just slid all over the mattress and bunched up. The first three nights whoever made the bed left the sheets a foot short at the bottom so that our feet were on the mattress pad. The carpeting looked a bit trafficked. Still, our overall experience was good.
Beautiful golf course
The hotel was extremely beautiful backed up to the mountains. The restaurants had great food and wonderful prices. The casino was huge, and the free transportation to the strip was a money saver too. However, the airline lost my luggage and the hotel wouldn't provide any complimentary services or toiletries until it was found. Not even a cheap toothbrush or a discount at the gift shop. That showed that the hotel had poor customer service and wasn't concerned with their customers stay.
Great place to stay on vacation or business in Las Vegas. Just 15 minutes from the strip, but who needs the strip when you have a casino, movie theater, fine dining and casual restaurants at your finger tips.The room was the largest hotel room I have stayed in for such a great price!I will be back again soon and can't wait!
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