June 2013, I spent my staycation at the South Point Hotel. The front desk employees were very helpful and accommodating to all of my requests. The rooms were very (spacious), nice, and quite comfortable. The décor was pleasant and very nice. The rooms also had very good lighting from the light fixtures and lamps. The rooms had a pleasant wholesome feel to it. The buffet was delicious. South Point Hotel's buffet has now become one of my favorite buffets in Las Vegas. The casino floor is pleasantly nice and open so that you don't feel cramped.
I was also fortunate to have made my reservations just prior to the hotel implementing their new resort fees. So, I lucked out. I didn't have to pay the resort fee. South Point Hotel resort fee is a mandatory (non-optional) extra $14 per night per room added on to your daily room rate and room tax. This fee is not your room tax. Let me repeat, this fee is not your room tax. This is an additional $14 daily fee per room. If I had to pay that resort fee, my (two) rooms 4 night stay would have cost me an additional $156. This resort fee basically gives you free Wi-Fi access, free fitness center access, and free local/long distance phone calls. I didn't need or want the Wi-Fi access. I didn't need or want access to the fitness center. As far as the free local and long distance phone calls are concern, anyone with their own cell phone would have no need for free local and long distance phone calls. All and all, I love this hotel. The resort fee they've since implemented would be the only thing that could keep me from coming back. That is too bad, because this hotel is everything I ever wanted in a hotel. There are some Las Vegas hotels that actually advertise that they don't have resort fees as a selling point. I hope that this wonderful hotel (South Point) discontinue this charging of resort fees. Then, they too, can promote and advertise that they don't have resort fees to attract customers such as myself.
One last positive thing. There are over a dozen restaurants inside the South Point Hotel. There's also a bowling alley and a movie theater inside the hotel. South Point Hotel pretty much has everything you need or want.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa is located in the heart of the premiere southwest Las Vegas valley, just minutes away from the famous Las Vegas Strip. Our distinctive hotel features spacious rooms and suites with 42-inch plasma televisions, Point Plush mattresses and Wireless Fidelity throughout. Some of our many amenities include a world class spa and fitness center, a 16-screen Century Theatre movie complex, a 64-lane bowling center and a handful of restaurants that cater to all appetites and tastes. Our casino features a large selection of table games and the latest slot and video poker machines. A unique feature to this property is its Equestrian Center, which is the finest horse facility in the country. South Point also has a fabulous 400-seat showroom that features headliner entertainment and dancing to live bands on weekends. Stop by the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa today, we are sure you will want to stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- South Point Las Vegas
- South Point Hotel Las Vegas
- South Point Casino
- South Point Hotel Casino
- South Coast Casino