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Stayed 4 nights for my daughter's wedding. This place is a little run down. 1st night was located 1 floor above smoking floor and my kids wete on the smoking floor. None of smoke and we all had a bad night due to smoke. Next...More
We chose the Santa Fe Station because it was close to family that we were visiting. It's just your average hotel room - no microwave or coffee maker or safe, though. The resort fee was outrageous considering the swim pool is as big as a...More
Not designed for overnight quests since the distance from the parking garage to the room is a major hike, as is the trip from the car to the front desk.
Staff is a mixed bag: some very friendly and helpful and others cold and indifferent....More
I book my husband, myself and my steps on into 2 rooms here. We were in Vegas for a funeral. My stepson got in a day ahead of us. While I knew about the extra $19.50 per night for a resort fee, I was not...More
Nice rooms, Plenty of gambling opportunities -- from Blackjack and PaiGao to Slots to Bingo in a friendly environment. Affordable buffet and wonderful fine dining at the Charcoal room. And parking is free (unlike on the Strip). Kid's Quest offers fun for the kids and...More
This hotel is a "locals" hotel. It is off-strip and a bit on the outskirts of town. These casino/hotels tend to have a little more payoff on their slots. They also tend to be more accomodating towards families and a little... More
This hotel is a "locals" hotel. It is off-strip and a bit on the outskirts of town. These casino/hotels tend to have a little more payoff on their slots. They also tend to be more accomodating towards families and a little less frantic in atmosphere