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Hotels & Casino´s : South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa

The first phase of the South Point is open with a total of 1350 rooms with the top floor containing all suites. Each oversized guest room is more like a mini-suite with state-of-the-art plasma screens and high speed internet connections for a fee. Suites range in size from 900 to 2,500 sq. ft.

The Room Quality is nice with larger than average rooms size. I wasn't too fond of the color scheme, but the Plasma TV was nice. The bathrooms were nothing to write home about, but they do have a coffee machine, woohoo!

The casino was nice and large, the Service was adequate and sometimes hard to get a drink of any sorts and yes we were tipping.

The people we saw were middle aged, kind of dull if you ask us. There were no nightclubs, unless you count the salsa dancing.

The food choices were good and the prices aren't bad. The Buffet was so so with the normal fare. The Steakhouse was pretty good and wasn't too bad on the pocket book.

Michael's in Vegas has been a fine dining staple for over 20 years. The restaurant has only 50 seats, they call it the "Gourmet Room". The food is still great and worth the time.


Hotel Name:
South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa

9777 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89183

(702) 796-7111

(866) 791-7626

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Restaurants Located Here:
Baja Miguels
Big Sur Oyster Bar
Coronado Cafe
Don Vito's Room
Garden Buffet
Michael's Gourmet Room
Primarily Prime Rib
Silverado Steakhouse

Sports Located Here:
South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa

Number of Rooms and Est. Price:
1350 rooms, $80 - $185

Number of Suites and Est. Price:

Buffet Prices (if applicable):

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Casino Size (sq. ft.):

Gaming Available:
SB - RB - S21 - B - MB - PG - PGP - CSP - LIR - B6 - K - Poker

Casino Marketing Phone Number:
(866) 796-7111

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