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Aliante Casino

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by LinLV, Aug 8, 2015.

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  1. LinLV

    LinLV Low-Roller

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    Hi there!

    My wife and I will be staying at the Aliante hotel and casino on the 29th-31st of december, because we needed two cheap nights, love off strip casino's and we found a great deal.

    We LOVE to play pai gow poker, especially at $5 tables, because it really stretches our gambling budget.
    Does anyone happen to know the pai gow minimums at the Aliante?

    Also: other do's and dont's regarding the Aliante? We've never been there before, so we don't know anything about the place.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Joe

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    I can't answer your Pai Gow questions.

    Alainte is a very nice casino in the middle of nowhere, so I hope you have a car if you plan on doing any moving around. Very nice golf course right across the street that you can walk to with your clubs. Not the busiest of casinos, but a nice place.
     
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  3. LinLV

    LinLV Low-Roller

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    Thanks Joe!

    Yes, we do have a car. Wouldn't want to be all the way out there without a car ;)
     
  4. GeorgeJ.

    GeorgeJ. Low-Roller

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    Pai Gow is $5 minimum at Aliante.

    The Pai Gow table often gets closed down during graveyard if most pit patrons want to play Blackjack. I usually roll in about 6AM to Aliante and if it is closed, they will reopen it if Blackjack has died down by that time...
     
  5. LOCALGAMBLER77

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    Hi,
    It is my local casino so I go there about once a week or so. Yes, it is far from the strip (but that means 20 minutes car time in Las Vegas, so not too bad). It is kind of quiet, but won't be on the dates you mention. There are many food choices (there is a food court with Orange Julius, Johnny Rockets, Chinese place, etc.) and two nice restaurants (Bistro -- fairly cheap and very good) and MRKT (higher end linen tablecloth type place)--there are food specials at both of these locations on certain nights and earlybird specials. There is also a coffee shop (FARM) very cheap!! The tables tend to be always available except after 10pm or so on weekends when they are crowded. The slots are (IMHO) looser than the Strip. There is a very nice movie theatre right inside the casino with 10 screens or so and very popular with the locals. Be sure to get a player's card right away (duh) as you will receive many future offers. The parking is ample (to say the very least) and the 215 borders the casino so it is an easy drive to anywhere.
     
  6. LinLV

    LinLV Low-Roller

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    Thank you so much George and lg77!

    I am really looking forward to my stay now! It all sounds really good and I can't wait to visit Aliante.
     
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