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The hotel side was the only bearable part of this experience. Go to the buffet, slot tech is nice enough to print me a new card in a great timeframe. Then the brand new, freshly printed card won't work in the buffet pos? Employee gives...More
We only stayed here one night but I found it was a great place to stay. I had to book it last minute and got a decent price. We didn't have to pay for parking and found the casino to be enjoyable. They have a...More
Restaurant food is not as good as other station casinos but playing condition is rather better than others standard. Because here many tables open even at the time not many players in this casino,,,so I can choose tables when I am not lucky^^
Compared to all the major casinos on the strip this is one of the cheaper places to go for the buffet. The omelets are definitely worth mentioning. Waitress was nice. Would consider coming here again, good, just not great.
Texas Station Hotel and Casino is a very nice hotel off the strip with a short drive to downtown or to the strip. I have stayed at this hotel casino several times and each time I enjoy it even more than the last. The hotel...More
USD 57 - USD 165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#71 Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
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There are 2 parking garages, one at the North end, close to the Fiesta, and one at the South end going towards downtown Las Vegas. Park at the South end garage or the nearby parking lots, and go in the entrance up the flight... More
There are 2 parking garages, one at the North end, close to the Fiesta, and one at the South end going towards downtown Las Vegas. Park at the South end garage or the nearby parking lots, and go in the entrance up the flight of stairs. When you enter, the registration desk is directly to your right. When facing the registration, to the left is a gift shop, and directly left of that is the entrance to the rooms. You will need your key card to get in. Once you have registered, there is also a side entrance between the small pool area, and the hotel entrance, which is located on the ground floor.
The buffet is a short ways away, maybe 50 yards NE of your location at the Registration Desk. Just hug the right hand wall, but do not go towards the Bowling area, which is the opposite direction.
The usual of soap, shampoo and conditioner. No coffee which was a bummer but there is a Starbucks in the casino so that makes sense. Opens at 6 am. I made coffee runs for three families daily!! Pool is open, to the best of... More
The usual of soap, shampoo and conditioner. No coffee which was a bummer but there is a Starbucks in the casino so that makes sense. Opens at 6 am. I made coffee runs for three families daily!! Pool is open, to the best of my knowledge, 365 but is not heated. For my Calif. family that was a bummer because they "need" 80% water but for the northerners 70 was perfect. I do not recall if there is a shuttle because we needed a car and the drive was 10 minutes on an easy access freeway. Kids loved the skating, bowling alley and arcade.