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Santa Fe Station?

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels' started by Ruark, Jun 30, 2020.

  1. Ruark

    Ruark Low-Roller

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    Saw some reviews and YouTubes of Santa Fe Station up in NLV. Looks very nice, has a HUGE gaming floor (160,000 sq. ft.), 2,400 slots. Craps is $5, 20x odds. Anybody been there? I might drop in while I'm in Vegas next week.
     
  2. NandJfrmNJ

    NandJfrmNJ VIP Whale

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    We haven't been there in years but we used to like to play there. They do have a huge gaming floor. We only play slots and VP and they do have all the latest and greatest but the casino was always kind of grungy. I'm sure they've redone it by now. Worth a trip to see for yourself.
     
  3. KCSCOTT

    KCSCOTT Low-Roller

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    Santa Fe is well worth a visit. They have slots and VP (with a High Limit area). They have good bingo and keno and a large race and sports book. They have Grand Cafe with very good food a steak house an Oyster Bar and a food court. The employees are friendly and knowledgeable. Its not that long of a drive or you can take the Route 106 Rancho bus from downtown which runs till 1 am and you can use a strip bus pass ($8 for 24 hours or $20 for 72 hours). Good luck
     
  4. Champster1

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    I’ve always enjoyed my visits to Sante Fe. I always rent a car and have gotten comped stats every time. The poker room is first class albeit 95% local ( which I’m cool with )

    Buffet is very good for the price no matter what time of day you eat. Food. court has at least 5/6 choices ( if memory serves me correctly) VP, as with all Station casinos, are a trend setter. Plent full pay if you shop around. Table mins are always decent too.
     
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  5. j52chips

    j52chips Low-Roller

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    My sister lives about 5 min from Santa Fe Station & it has been their favorite casino for as long as I can remember. Maybe 20-25 years or so?. On each of my trips, I usually spend 2-4 days visiting & playing there until I move to the strip area locals casinos. When I walk into the place (one of their VP bars) I'm treated like I am a regular not just a visitor. The property is nothing special. It's a locals casino without the major frills of the strip but as a change of pace, give it a couple of days to try it. Local casinos don't appeal to everyone, that's why they're for locals. For frills stay elsewhere but it's worth the visit.
     
  6. Champster1

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    FWIW. Sunset Station, IMHO, I a lot like Sante Fe in every aspect!. And its the closest of ll Station properties to the airport. Sante Fe is the furthest!
     
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