My husband and I just stayed here for a single night on a trip to Vegas because staying on the strip cost too much that night (the marathon was going on). This is far from the strip but I knew that going in so location was no big deal. Now, the place itself. The room was nice; bed was comfortable and though aged it was kept up well and clean. The halls were old and kind of musty but once in the room it seemed like you were somewhere much nicer. The room itself was great. Super cheap! I was quite irritated that I had to pay a $100 security deposit.. I know that’s common practice but the room cost about $30 so to pay $100 just for a deposit seemed ridiculous to me. I didn’t like the service at the front desk; as I waited in line I stepped up and was ignored completely while she answered the phone (no finger or anything like “I’ll be right with you) and then her coworker at the front desk asked her a question and she walked around for about 5 minutes helping her and ignoring me completely. The dealers were nice, though I was upset to find the only Blackjack game they had was pitch. It’s a much older crowd there. Ultimately, I would stay here again but I would still prefer to gamble elsewhere. The diner was excellent for breakfast, I highly recommend that.
Located near the Las Vegas Strip, this hotel offers non-stop entertainment, kids activities and enjoyable on-site facilities just a short drive from the famous casinos and resorts on the Strip.
Boulder Station Hotel is a 15-story tower, Eat in one of the award-winning restaurants, swim in the outdoor pool or enjoy a film in the 11-screen cinema.
The casino at Boulder Station offers more than 2,900 slot and video poker machines. Guests can also try their luck with 42 table games, a poker room and 300-seat race and sports book. Kids will love the hotel’s Kids Quest with a professionally trained staff.