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Santa Fe station

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Bigcasino, Dec 23, 2013.

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  1. Bigcasino

    Bigcasino Low-Roller

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    I would like to give a plug to an off strip casino. Stayed at Santa Fe station and found it to be a very nice choice . They have a large clean casino with great staff that work there. They have 4 very nice VP bars to choose from. Numerous food options . The have a real night club also. Not the club and lounges that many casino in Vegas call clubs but a real one called Revolver. This place is first class. The rooms are nice as well. Nothing fancy just nice. Don't miss an opportunity to check this place out.
     
  2. scottydoog

    scottydoog Low-Roller

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    I have passed this place a couple of times, but never stopped by, will check it out next time.
     
  3. Jimbucc

    Jimbucc VIP Whale

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    It's a bit out of the way so we take in Texas Station and Fiesta Rancho on the way out. I like Santa Fe Station's buffet. It just seems to have a different style than the other Station buffets. Very large size property on par with Red Rock and GVR. :thumbsup:
     
  4. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    Agree Jim about the buffet at Sante Fe. It is a very solid value play.
     
  5. cruiser

    cruiser High-Roller

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    Since Aliante Casino decided to removed 2/3 of their full pay deuces wild VP machines at the quarter level, Wifey and I will be looking for a new home away from home. We'll probably head back to Stations in 2014 and we're leaning towards trying out Sante Fe Station. When we used to go the Sunset Station, we never had to pay for a room. We're hoping the same will be true if we stay at Sante Fe Station.

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  6. smartone

    smartone VIP Whale

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    I have to agree... we stayed there for 5 days a few years back when the girl's had a soccer tournament in town. It was a great place to retreat back to after the constant mauling our girl's received at the hands of the Southern Nevada teams. Plenty of things to do besides gambling and drinking, so it seemed everyone in our group was happy. We left for the Strip one night and most of us wished we'd just stayed put that night. We had a good time at the Santa Fe.
     
  7. Joe

    Joe VIP Whale

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    Just check the paytables on bartop VP. They can vary from one side of the bar to the other and even machine to machine next to each other.

    For instance at the bar in the sportsbook, if you are facing the book, the BP pays 8-5, but if you are on the other side of the same bar, with your back to the monitors, it pays 6-5.

    My wife bowled twice a week there and I spent a lot of time playing VP. It was annoying that all bartops didn't have the same paytables, even at the same bar.
     
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