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Station Casinos

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by sco5123, May 5, 2012.

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  1. sco5123

    sco5123 VIP Whale

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    CET, Boyd, and Mlife tend to have a certain vibe about their casinos generally speaking imo. What is your overall experience at Station casinos?
     
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    I think the Stations are the most visually pleasing locals casinos, and the best of them could give the best of the strip some good competition. It is hard to find a flat boring surface in their places. Everything is beautifully done with texture everywhere. I noticed on my last trip to Aliante, they have a reoccuring off-set-square-mosaic-like pattern you can find throughout the property. It runs down the side of the hotel, casino cielings, and even the mirrors by the elevators.
     
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    I like Stations Casinos, even Palace Station. They have full pay video poker and have 2 for 1 buffet coupons with Anthony Curtis Member Rewards Book.
     
  4. amjacob

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    I also like the Station Casinos. In fact, I'm staying at Red Rock in about a week. I always recommend to people that a good alternative to the strip is visiting the Station Casinos, particularly GVR and Red Rock.
     
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    Stopped at Sunset Station on a day trip last month, was really impressed. Beautiful Casino, great buffet and great prices on all food and drink. I will stop at one each trip from now on.
     
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    After visiting a lot of casinos - the one I feel most "at home" in is Boulder Station. I liked some of the other Station casinos too, but feel the most comfortable at Boulder. I like the location of it too - go straight down Flamingo a few miles and your right on the Strip or go down Boulder, which turns into Fremont, and your downtown. Boulder Station itself is very comfortable - all of the rooms were recently remodeled, the buffet is good, the poker room caters to Omaha players, and they have some excellent VP offerings. What more could you ask for??? Oh, I know - comps - they are fairly generous with their comps.
     
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    Our favorite hotel/casino in ALL of LV is GVR, then RR. When we go to those casinos I feel like we're coming home. We also get a good vibe at Sunset-not so much at Alliante and don't like Palace Station at all and never step foot in the place anymore. We do stay on the strip for part of our trips but I can't wait to get out of there and go to GVR.
     
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    I've been to a few Station Casinos and have enjoyed all of them. The comps are great, the food selection is great and we do well on the machines.
     
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