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Silverton

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by gigglemonkee, Jul 12, 2013.

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  1. gigglemonkee

    gigglemonkee Low-Roller

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    So tell me about silverton. Went their once and played a little after shopping at bass. The wife wanted to bring the kids so I figured they will swim and I can play. Plus got my mom flying in. Told them this so they booked me comped 3 nights with 2 suites next to each other. 150 a day food and beverage and 500 free play. A cabana all three days for family by pool and limo for mom from the airport. Any tips tricks for the or reviews? I can find nothing on here
     
  2. Hyperfocal

    Hyperfocal High-Roller

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    I stayed in one of their suites a couple years ago. It wasn't a true suite, but pretty close. There was a dining table, bar and a seating area with wall mounted big screen in one part of the room, with a wall, but no doors separating it from the sleeping area and open bathroom area with a big jacuzzi. It also had a walk-in shower and private toilet enclosure.

    IIRC, the suite I had was a "Silverton Suite" and they had a second type.

    They tend to be pretty good to players, who might be smaller fish to other casinos. If the place wasn't so far from the Strip, I would be pretty happy to give them my play, even if their video poker has been downgraded since I first played there. They do give some good offers to relatively modest players and their upgraded players card is easy to get.

    The pool is OK, but is really just a normal motel courtyard pool. It should be fine, since the hotel doesn't have that many rooms.

    This is pretty much the suite I stayed in...

    http://www.oyster.com/las-vegas/hotels/silverton-casino-lodge/photos/deluxe-suite/
     
  3. TuneinTokyo

    TuneinTokyo High-Roller

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    The casino always seems very quiet to me. I've never really seen the place jam packed and loud but I may have just been there at the more quieter times. I actually like that about it. I stay away from the Strip for the most part.

    If you like outdoors stuff the Bass Pro Shop is fun.

    I'm staying there next week on business. :wave:
     
  4. gigglemonkee

    gigglemonkee Low-Roller

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    Yeah I am into competitive shooting and love bass pro shop. Will take a ccw class that Saturday so it's perfect location
     
  5. TuneinTokyo

    TuneinTokyo High-Roller

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    Just stayed 6 nights.

    pros - small, parking is close, good food at all the restaurants I ate at ( Mi Casa, Sundance, and the Buffet for dinner. ) Quiet, but crowd was present each night. All staff I encountered had a smile. Even the one standoffish CW. Bass Pro Shops. Ambiance reigns supreme, lighting, decorations. Very good value will return

    cons, - bathroom too small but it is what it is. Need a car (not a problem for me) I think that's it.
     
  6. charliepeete

    charliepeete Low-Roller

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    just found a boomtown ashtry in my garage while i was cleaning
     
  7. ilovevegasbaby

    ilovevegasbaby Tourist

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    I know this doesn't really help the OP, but we stopped in here this last week on our way to another casino. We stayed for quite some time because this is the only place we were winning. We were getting killed on the Strip and had not moved downtown yet. I really liked this casino. I just looked at their rooms and they look pretty comfortable. We might consider staying here for a couple of nights. We drive to Vegas, so we always have a car.

    Another quick note... We ate at their Mexican restaurant one night a few years back and the manager was very accommodating even though we came in right as they were closing. He said we could eat because they had to clean up anyway. Very welcoming. I know other places would have said - sorry.
     
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