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This is a pretty hotel from the outside. It’s several miles from the main section of the Vegas strip. Check in was easy and staff were friendly.
My room was on a non smoking floor and was nice and tidy. The bed was comfortable, but...More
The hotel is nice but the walk to the bowling arena is a long haul making a difficult walk for elderly or persons with disabilities.
Rooms were nice but on the small side compared to the ones we have stayed in at the Orleans casino....More
We come here often when visiting LV. It is at the south end of the Blvd but still gets busy. You would need a vehicle or Uber to get here but way less chaotic than the strip. Didn’t do well this visit but will return...More
This is a casino in the SW. It is convenient to go to with easy parking as opposed to the strip. They have live poker with limit and no limit. Early morning poker players get 2 x comps. Don't play craps here. Table has terrible...More
This is my husband and my favorite casino in Las Vegas for gambling at, the table minimums are low (Roulette is $5.00) and the dealers are friendly. There is always room at a table to play and actually have space instead of being wedged between...More
This casino has almost everything for the Las Vegas adventure. It has a 64 lane bowling alley, a sixteen screen theatre, 12 restaurants, gamboling, gamboling instruction classes, hotel, stage shows, and a rodeo arena all at one sight. The surroundings are noisy but pleasant. The...More
We did not stay at Southpoint but came to gamble a bit. The casino was so smokey that we had to cover our nose with a paper napkin to breath. It was so uncomfortable. I wish they had a non-smoking area for their casino games...More
South Point Casino is located several miles south of the main "Strip" in Las Vegas not far from the airport. A car is necessary to access the area attractions. Parking is free and gaming tables have lower limits. The Casino hotel has over 2000 rooms...More
We stayed at South Point for an event.
To get to elevators you have to walk through casino and quite often a cloud of smoke.
On one of the floors there had been a burst pipe, which affected our floor. Hotel brought in blowers to...More