We have stayed near this hotel in the past and always enjoyed coming here to gamble. There are many restaurants on the premises. The deli is great for a sandwich and the buffet is just wonderful. There are many items to choose from so no matter how fussy you are, you can find something to eat.
Really enjoyed our stay. The hotel was less than 10 minutes from the strip and next door the South Coast which was nice. The staff was friendly and helpful. We checked in within 10 minutes and checked out within 5. Wonderful service and organized lobby. The room we stayed in was clean, well stocked with towels and kitchenware. Will definitely go back again and stay at the grand view.
This all-suites hotel stands on 30 acres across from the South Point Casino and 7 miles south of the Las Vegas Strip.More
No gambling on this place! Great for families, couples, or singles. I picked this location since it isn't on the strip and had a kitchen. Other than the walk to and from the car, I loved my stay! I didn't even partake in much of the resort stuff, but it was nice to look at. I still don't understand why the "resort fee" isn't just included in the price. Anyway, enjoy or stay and the amenities if you can squeeze in the time.
Nice hotel. Staff are friendly and helpful. Great for families. Kitchen was nice to have. Had all appliances we needed. Very clean. Nice beds. The only thing I didn't like was I got sucked into a 'timeshare' presentation on our second day which ate up about 4 hours of my time. We were given a gift which is nice. Too much pressure to sign up and takes up too much time.
Staff was helpful and courteous. The room was pleasant and clean. I thought the traffic noise might have been a problem but it was not. The only complaint was leaking around the faucet in wash basin. Shower was great and nice hot water. We will probably stay there on our next trip.
Property is conveniently located to freeway and Las Vegas strip. Property has 3 floors, nice, clean rooms, and friendly …More
According to the Nevada Gaming Association, the Strip's gaming area encompasses all resorts on Las Vegas Boulevard South between Russell Road and Sahara Avenue. The resorts include The Rio and The Palms, as well as smaller ones. Newer resorts such as South Point and the M Resort are about 8 miles away from the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, also part of this area.