My family found this hotel very comfortable, two of my girls went to the movies, and rest of the clan did some gambling. All in all we were well entertained. We ate at the cafe and buffet, which both very good. Lunch at the Del Mar Deli, topping off the evening with dessert and Seatlle coffee.
Extremely comfortable hotel. Excellent breakfast, efficient staff, very clean. Used by airline personnel. Location not convenient to Strip but the shuttle runs to casinos and shopping center every half hour as requested. Village Pub is a couple blocks away and serves great food and drinks.
Plenty of amenities on property. Good place for a family. You can get adjoining rooms with a single entry. The property is well maintained. The washer and dryer in the room saved us on baggage fees. We could pack light and just use one suitcase. Quite.
Traveller from S/E Michigan
This all-suites hotel stands on 30 acres across from the South Point Casino and 7 miles south of the Las Vegas Strip.More
Our stay was great. We booked 3 1 bedroom suite's and 1 suite with a kitchen. It worked out great for a group of 13 including kids. Will definitely return. There was no room service...boooo! LOL! other than that everything was great. Located next to the Premium Outlets.
Great experience. Shuttle service was appreciated and paired with an efficient check-in process. We were welcomed with coffee, tea and water in the lobby upon arrival. The warm cookies at check-in always make an impression. The room was clean, staff very nice and the restaurant offered great options.
Love the pool - open 24 hours a day.
Breakfast was handing and fresh.
House keeping staff did a great job - always plenty of towels.
Jose was helpful, polite and went above a nd beyond answering my questions and helping us navigate Las Vegas venues.
I would stay at Baymont again. :)
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.