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“good casino, great buffet!”

Casino at South Point Hotel
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 11 June 2014

Stayed next door at the Grandview, which gave us coupon books to the South Point. Got a couple free drinks and some free slot play. Joined the South Point club a couple years ago and got a free, re-loadable card at the casino: great for playing the slots. The card also gave us a discount at the Garden Buffet, which was really good! The casino has a bunch of other restaurants, a deli, an ice cream stand and a hot dog wagon near the south end where they sell pretty good dogs for 75 cents.

Garden Buffet onsite has an excellent selection of breakfast and lunch items: we didn't have dinner at the Garden Buffet.

My gf and I are not big gamblers, but we did play the slots a little. She came home $30 ahead while I pretty much broke even.

Thank Rob M
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Reviewed 7 June 2014 via mobile

The Casino wasn't very busy when we stayed nearby for a week. I played Keno and I didn't like the machines. The casino looks nice, but I felt the machines were outdated. Next time we visit, I will take my gambling dollars elsewhere.

Thank BottomLine4
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Reviewed 30 May 2014

I travel a lot and have never saw anywhere, where kids can walk into a casino. the food court was decent, they had a movie theatre inside, bowling alleys etc. but personally I was distracted from my game as herds of Little kids (8-16) kept passing by and were at times pretty loud. I thought federal law says you must be 21 to enter a gambling establishment?

Thank cool_guy2
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Reviewed 20 May 2014

If you want to see Vegas for the first time go to the strip. However, for a family or people over the age of 45-50 this would be the place to stay. They have a bowling alley, movie theater and many restaurants and their prices are super cheap compared to the rest of Vegas. However, the Casino is ok.

Thank Drinker53
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Reviewed 14 May 2014 via mobile

I first stayed at this hotel a couple years ago and found out what a hidden gem this place really is. Great roons... close to the strip by car... terrific pool...but that's just the beginning. The staff is friendly and helpful. Table games have $5 limits most times and slots are generous and offer exciting play. Comps are liberal as well. Best of all, restaurants in the hotel are pr I cedar much lower than the strip. Delicious graveyard steak and eggs for $2.99. Great sushi bar with happy hour prices every weekday. Quality steakhouse and Mexican on premises. Room rates are typically around $50-$75 nightly. Try it and you will see for yourself.

Thank barymad
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