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Texas Station Questions

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels' started by Rhaethe, Aug 23, 2018.

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  1. Rhaethe

    Rhaethe Low-Roller

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    Hey there!

    Planning out a trip I'll be taking in a month. This is partially business, partially personal. I don't plan on gambling. Well, maybe a small turn at a VP machine. I'll just need a safe, clean, and comfortable place to put my head for sleep. Decent food options on site is nice, but not a must, as I'll have a car.

    I've a limited budget, and I want to be equally distant between Centennial Hills and Summerlin ... ish.

    Texas Station looks like it fits the bill. Was curious if anyone had any recent reviews of it?
     
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    Rhaethe Low-Roller

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    My other option is Santa Fe Station, which is a touch further out than I wanted, but seems to be in a safer area?

    ~C
     
  3. Joe

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    I haven't stayed at either, but have gambled at both. We lived in the Centennial Hills area and visited Santa Fe a lot. My wife was on a couple of bowling leagues there. Nice place and I would rate it above TX just because of location.

    As far as Summerlin, I would highly recommend Suncoast. Top of the line and easy freeway access to get back to Centennial Hills. Lots of food options, movie theater and bowling alley. In fact we are staying there 2 nights in Nov, before moving downtown.
     
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  4. Rhaethe

    Rhaethe Low-Roller

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    Will take a look at Suncoast, thank you!

    How is the breakfast buffet there?

    ~C
     
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    The breakfast buffet is pretty decent and pretty cheap. It's been a couple of years, but I remember the burritos and the eggs Benedict were excellent.
     
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    You will be about 15-20 mins from downtown LV. Fiesta Rancho is right next door and a five minute walk. Walmart across the street. Decent selection of VP and Slots. Movie theatre on premises. Buffet is decent. Rooms are basic but clean and serve the purpose.
     
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