If Las Vegas is not your destination, but a stopover, finding a reasonably priced hotel room can be frustrating. Fortunately, the Suncoast filled my needs. We were traveling through Vegas on our way to Fallon, NV, and needed to stay overnight in Vegas. Since we were heading north on US 95, I looked for a hotel on the north side of town and not too far off the highway. I wanted to avoid the traffic and hustle of the strip.
The Suncoast has been around for a few years, but it has aged well. The rooms are very spacious, and my wife and I appreciated the double sinks in the bathroom. We stayed here a couple of years ago, and it has not changed much, except the hotel seems to cater to a much older crowd now than I remembered. Most everyone was in the over 50 crowd (myself included). The casino was pretty standard for Vegas. It seems to me that in this day of computerized gaming, casinos have pretty much lost their personality, and one vegas casino is pretty much like any other. I am not a gambler, but the regulars said that the slots at the Suncoast were exceptionally 'tight'.
The hotel has about 5 restaurants clustered in one corner of the hotel (obviously sharing a kitchen), along with the usual coffee shop, Buffet and a TGI Fridays. We ate at the Italian themed restaurant. The food was decent, a cut above the big Italian chains, but the wine list was pricey. I enjoyed watching our waiter flirt with all of the older ladies in the restaurant. I'm sure he does well on his tips.
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- Also Known As:
- Suncoast Hotel Las Vegas
- Suncoast Hotel Casino