We stayed here in may 2013 for the Memorial Weekend,we got lucky! All hotels were sold out and only 3 hotels had vacancies but were expensive starting $275-$350 a night! I hesitated calling this place Gold Dust because calling it had 4 1/2 star so im thinking its going to be expensive too! Well I end up calling it,and someone had just cancelled their room last min! The receptionist gave it to me for $59! And I was amazed that this room was huge for being a 1 bed,and it was clean,all the other casinos were near! This had a casino and a restaurant next to them as soon as you walk outside your room!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surround yourself with 24-hour fun at the Gold Dust West Carson City. You can try your luck at 350 slot machines plus table games including blackjack, three-card poker and craps. The William Hill Sports Book, meanwhile opens betting up to sporting events such as football, auto racing, and even MMA matches. For family-friendly fun, head to the 32-lane bowling center. There are two restaurants on site, The Grille where you can dine on Chicken Fried Steak and comfort food, or Award Winning Mexican fare at Ole Ole Restaurant and Cantina. The Snack Bar, located in the bowling center, offers a variety of burgers, salads and specials. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Gold Dust West Carson City Hotel Carson City