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Aliante

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by AnAmericanTexanInVegas, Jun 5, 2014.

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  1. AnAmericanTexanInVegas

    AnAmericanTexanInVegas Tourist

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    I haven't seen much chatter on here about Aliante. To be honest, I didn't really even remember it existed.
    Anyone care to share some comments? Food? Rooms? Slots?
     
  2. Joe

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    Very out of the way and the only casino around that area. Golf course across the street, easy to walk to from the hotel. We lived near there and tried it a few times, but it always seemed empty. Nice casino. My experience is 4 years old. Maybe Suecasey who lives in the area will respond.
     
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  3. CalifLovesVegas

    CalifLovesVegas Low-Roller

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    We went to an event at the Raceway, couple months ago and the majority of the attendees were staying at
    Aliante because of its close proximity.
    Well, we visited A. a couple times to eat with everyone and did some gambling there.
    They all said the rooms were nice and they enjoyed it.
    However these are NOT big gamblers, and they seldom visit Vegas.
    So if you like Comps and want your Tier to count?
    I'd stay & play elsewhere.
    Theres just too much competition out there to go out of your way for Aliante.
     
  4. dmr

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    Been there a couple of times. It's very nice. Buffet was good but unmemorable. Good selection of slots and VP.

    Only problem is it's way out in the middle of nowhere. It's worth the stop if you're out that way but not for a special trip.
     
  5. Nick61

    Nick61 High-Roller

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    This place has always intrigued us as well.

    We've even booked it a few times, only to find a closer in comparable deal, so we ultimately cancelled.

    Many times you can get a very attractive rate at this hotel, when considering other hotels in the same star category. Last I checked this was a 4 star hotel.

    If you end up staying, give us your opinion.
     
  6. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    Been there a couple times, but as Joe mentioned, it is too dang far away from everything and it doesn't even have direct access off I-15.
     
  7. oldaquaman

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    would agree with previous posts.
    always thought it was perhaps easiest hotel/casino to check into; lobby and elevators right off entrance.
    nice rooms; nice sports book and decent restaurants but read on vpfree2 most of good VP has been downgraded.
    personally, once aliante was no longer part of stations group we had no reason to go back.
    just too much competition for our gaming dollars and we try to stay in the good graves of both boyd and stations.
    I too, would like to hear any impressions sue casey would have now that new ownership has been in place awhile.
     
  8. keno60

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    I went there once using the RTC, I took the 202 to Koval and picked up the 109 on Koval. It seemed nice but not too many people, I think they should have a shuttle to and from the AP.
     
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