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Going from M Resort to Suncoast - what else should I hit?

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by jenblase, Jan 7, 2014.

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  1. jenblase

    jenblase Low-Roller

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    Staying at Paris next week and Monday is our "off-strip" day. Only two places that are must do's are M Resort for some free play and two free buffets, and then Suncoast for the 5x ACG coupon and I want to get on their radar there. The drive from M to Suncoast looks to be a half hour and I'm not sure where else would be good to stop on the way??

    I also have $25 in FP at Silverton and $20 FP at Eastside Cannery. Not sure if either of those would fit in the plan and they are not "must-dos" this trip.

    Does it make sense to do a stop downtown in between, or after Suncoast maybe?
     
  2. motownbob

    motownbob Low-Roller

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    You could stop at the Red Rock Casino on Charleston just east of 215 , they are pretty close . A real nice property , with god gambling . Bob
     
  3. charliepeete

    charliepeete Low-Roller

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    jw marriott is always a nice stop with great casino action
     
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    Nevada Kid VIP Whale

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    The FP at Silverton would fit into your day quire easily. I would go to the M first and stop there or on your way from the M to Suncoast. After you spend some time at Suncoast there are some other good places nearby (the previously mentioned Rampart, inside the Marriott, and Red Rock, my favorite place in town). There are also good restaurants around outside the casinos. Want a delicious California-surf-vibe lunch stop by Wahoo's Fish Tacos. I think there is also a Roy's, Gordon Biersch, Cheesecake Factory, and a bunch of other stuff. You can also stop at Costco to fill up your gas tank.

    Eastside Cannery if on the opposite side of the valley and probably not worth the trip. I like the place, but it's a drive especially when you have already driven South and West. Good call btw to get on the radar at Suncoast. They are pretty generous with their mailers, and like I said it is a reat part of town
     
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    The Rampart is close to Suncoast, maybe about 1/2 mile away. This may be the same as the jw marriott charliepeete mentioned in his post.
     
  6. jenblase

    jenblase Low-Roller

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    Awesome guys, thanks!! I'll definitely put Silverton on the agenda, as well as the Rampart and Red Rock after stopping by Suncoast.

    Was also thinking of doing the Orleans and Gold Coast (esp Gold Coast because I love the old Aristocrat slot selection there).
     
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