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Open: 24 hours daily
Slot points earned at South Point may only be redeemed at South Point. Accounts with no activity for 13 consecutive months will be considered inactive and all points will be forfeited. This club does not have tier levels.
Slot Point Accrual
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Cash/Freeplay: $3/1000 points
Minimum: 4000 points
Increments: 334 points
5¢, 25¢, $1
Comps: Redeem points for use at the showroom, movie theatre, bowling alley and all retail outlets and restaurants at the rate of 1000 points = $3.
Toll-Free Number: (866) 796-7111
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Rooms: 1,325 Price Range: $56-$159
Suites: 25 Price Range: $150-$950
Restaurants: 12 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B-$9.95/$19.95 (Saturday/Sunday) L-$13.95
Casino Size: 137,232 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, Mississippi Stud, Bingo
Special Features: 16-screen movie complex. Equestrian center with 4,400-seat arena and 1,200 stalls. 64-lane bowling center. Kid’s Tyme childcare facility. Health spa.
We have never dined at this 24-hour coffee shop, but day or night there almost always seems be a line to enter. There are a few good plays offered. One touted by the LVA in the past is the $14.95 prime rib dinner that is served with salad and choice of baked, mashed or French fried potatoes. Midnight to 6AM there are graveyard specials offered that a hard to beat including a $4.95 7oz. New York strip steak, 2 eggs, hash browns, toast & jelly graveyard special is offered. There are also daily specials offered from 11AM to 10PM for a mere $7.95.
We always use the adjoining parking garage, but it is long distance through the casino to the room elevators. The garage is well lit and I frequently see security personnel making the rounds. Employees park on the upper level. Surface parking is available at the front of the hotel and free valet service is also available.
Del Mar Deli
We enjoyed a quick bite at this deli a total of 4 times over the course of our most recent 2-week stay. On the first visit we shared a toasted bagel with a smear of cream cheese. The cream cheese must have been no or low fat because it was very thin. On subsequent visits when ordering a bagel we did not request just a smear. On the last visit we shared a large blueberry muffin which was just okay. For lunch or dinner I highly recommend their chicken soup and the corned beef sandwich. We have also enjoyed desserts which are mammoth-sized. The funbook received a check-in includes a coupon good for 15% off any order of $10 or more.
You generally cannot go wrong dining at any of the company owned restaurants. We have dined at this first floor steakhouse 3 times and have consistently enjoyed our meal. The coupon book received at check-in currently includes a free bottle of wine when 2 entrees are purchased even if you use your points to pay the tab.
Late last year my wife ordered the 8-ounce filet while I went cowboy style by ordering the 16-ounce prime rib. Both entrees were perfectly cooked to medium rare as requested and included a baked potato with all the fixings. My prime rib, served with au jus and a horseradish sauce, turned out to be a mammoth slab of beef with most of the outer ring of fat and near fat removed. I only wish our dog had been with us because it took a Herculean effort for me to finish it alone. Dessert was out of the question.
Zenshin Asian Restaurant
The newest restaurant in the South Point is Zenshin Asian Restaurant. We stopped in for the daily happy hour that runs from 2PM to 6PM. My wife ordered a Blushing Jasmine (Grey Goose L'Orange, pama liqueur, cranberry juice, spritz of jasmine water and an eatable orchid as garnish). I chose the strawberry Bangkok (strawberry colada, Patron silver, Malibu coconut, fresh sweet & sour, muddled strawberries with a Thai hot pepper). We also ordered a vegetable pizza - a tasteless crust topped with eggplant, mushrooms, tomato, onion, goat cheese and tomato sauce that was undercooked. We will return for the drinks and take a pass on the pizza.
Non suite rooms are relatively large at 550 sf, clean and nicely decorated with a large floor to ceiling window. One drawback for some is the curtain does not entirely block out the light so one helpful hint if this is a potential problem is to bring along some masking tape. Room amenities include a 42’ LED TV, coffee maker, safe, hair dryer and ironing board/iron. I have checked numerous hotel consolidator websites and consistently get the best rates by booking directly. The hotel offers periodic room sales so sign-up for email notification. The lowest priced rooms are on floors 1-10 with only rooms on floors 9-10 offering a view.
We have dined at the Garden Buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the past and only would recommend the breakfast. The price for breakfast with slot card is only $6.45 and represents a bargain, but we always combine it with the 50% off coupon from the funbook. In 2011 a free Bloody Mary was added. On our last morning we were in a rush to catch our plane so were the first in line waiting for it to open. I quickly downed OJ, fresh fruit with yogurt, easy over eggs, corned beef hash and some breakfast tatas. Quality was pretty good and the various options including breakfast pizza, Mexican and some Chinese should please most people.
Big Sur luncheon specials
Though the South Point has been our "home" casino for several years, we had never dined at the Big Sur Oyster Bar before. On this trip I noticed a sign advertising $7.95 luncheon specials available Monday through Thur from opening until 4PM. My wife chose shrimp jambalaya while the pasta primavera with shrimp was my dining destination. Each of the dishes were very fresh tasting and a return engagement is promised.
Don Vito's for Southern Italian dining
We have dined at Don Vito's numerous times. Though we typically take a pass on the bread basket when dining out, we make an exception at this restaurant because of the accompanying EVO, sundried tomato, spices and roasted garlic dipping sauce – so good! Entrée prices include a choice of soup or salad. On our last visit my wife wisely ordered the delicious minestrone while received a rather blah house salad. We ordered our usual eggplant Parmesan that is baked with marinara sauce, mozzarella and ricotta. This dish melts in your mouth and, even though I was not overly hungry, I managed to finish every morsel. The accompanying penne with marinara was pretty good as well though we barely nibbled on it. Neither of us could handle dessert, but we had free dessert coupons from the fun books received at check-in so we asked to have ours packaged up for later consumption. These turned out to be very large and runny, but they tasted pretty good.
Great place. Slots are tight, but not as bad as the heart of the strip. Food was good. If the aroma of horses offends you, you may have a problem in the casino, but the restaurants are fine. I loved the place as my wife and I rented a car and we could avoid the madness of the in town strip. Didn't play the tables- gave up on cards since the days of single deck 3/2 BJ many moons ago.
This is our “home” casino where we have stayed numerous times since it first opened as the South Coast. I believe, with 2,163 rooms, it is the largest of the “locals” casinos. Its location, south on the Las Vegas Blvd and adjoining I-15, makes it convenient for those of us who either rent a car or drive in from California. There is free shuttle service to and from McCarran Airport that runs 6AM-9:30PM. A shuttle to the Strip is offered for $8 per day for one roundtrip.
Worth the trip down the strip!
Very nice large rooms, GREAT food at the buffet, deli, and at the Prime Rib restaurunt, good table games and poker room, Very nice staff. Great coupon book when you check in. Pretty far south of Mandalay Bay but right on Las Vegas Blvd.
Very nice rooms, Great buffet with prime rib, 1/2 off with coupon from booklet you get at check-in, Prime Rib restaraunt is best that i've had. Good poker room, great service from friendly staff. About 4 miles south of Mandalay Bay, near the Silverton.
Very nice rooms and you can get them discounted with online promotions. This is a good location for jumping off to other spots in Nevada or Death Valley. You don't need to get into the heart of the traffic and strip if you stay here. The buffet was discounted with the player's book and it was great! Quite a variety and everything looked fresh and carefully displayed; good job. There was a lot to do in this place; it had a bowling alley and I remember a movie theater, too. The slots just quickly swallowed up my money and I didn't see anyone jumping for joy so I would just stay here and go to where locals go to gamble. I had quite a reaction to the smoke in this place, however, and it took me a while to get over that.
I like this place
During my last trip to Las Vegas, my wife and I visited this casino twice to eat at their restaurants and we have never been disappointed. Their Italian restaurant and Prime Rib place have consistently good food and service and the price is very reasonable. I also like the over atmosphere of the place as it is well lit with high ceilings so there is no smoke odor in the place. Also, there is lot's of room between row's of machines so one has lot's of room and you don't get hit in the back by someone walking past you. They seem to always have room at a $5 blackjack table so one can join in a game without sitting by for an hour waiting for someone to leave. It is a little off the beaten path on the South end of Vegas but that's not a problem for us as we always have a car while in town, and the new M resort is not far from the South Point if you want a change of scene. The rooms are quite large and really appointed nicely. This is my choice for a good place to stay in Vegas, especially if you like to eat.
The Name Says It All!
On our most recent trip we stayed at South Point for 3 nights. This was our first stay there and it was very nice. I noticed in some other reviews, people praise South Point for being away from the strip. I think many people would consider that a drawback. In our case it makes no difference because we always have our car and we drive all around the valley, where we stay geographically is not an issue. But South Point is very far south on Las Vegas Blvd. If you want to go to Las Vegas and spend some time on the strip or downtown this may not be the place for you. If you want a place where you can stay and do everything right there, it's great. This is a relatively new property (2008) and they have everything. Movie theatre, bowling, bingo, you name it. It's big, spacious, and has loads of restaurants. I might add that they have a Steak N' Shake! For those who don't know Steak N' Shake is a burger and shake place common in Illinios, Missouri, and places east. They have great burgers, shakes, etc., their slogan is "In Sight It Must Be Right" so you can always sit at the counter and watch them prepare the foods...and they serve everything on china. In the old days they had car hops so if you wanted you could park outside and they brought the food to you. Several employees of South Point told us that their Steak N' Shake was the "...only one west of the Mississippi!". I didn't have the heart to tell them they're a bit off. Steak N' Shake started in Normal, Illionis but there are many in St. Louis (west of the Mississippi) and in my hometown of Springfield, MO we have several (about 200 miles WEST of the Mississippi). There is also one in Joplin, MO (300 miles west of the Mississippi). For those who have never been to Steak N' Shake, please try it when at South Point. The South Point room was very large and nice, very clean, and they have all the facilities one could ever need. I would recommend South Point any time.
South Point South Strip
Great location away from the main strip. Lots of close parking. Seasons buffet is very good, especially breakfast, and you can frequently find two for one coupons. Slots are fairly loose and I like the environment in the casino. Good variety of machines and attendants are usually close by with free drinks. Have not stayed there, so cannot comment on hotel.
Nice locals casino
I Visited SOUTH POINT ON MY TRIPS TO LAS VEGAS IN APRIL & SEPTEMBER. MY SON-IN-LAW HAS AN AUNT & UNCLE
THAT LIVE IN HENDERSON,NV AND WHEN WE COME OUT SHE ALWAYS SPENDS A DAY TAKING ME AROUND TO
DIFFERENT LOCAL CASINOS. I really like SOUTH POINT. WE HAVE EATEN AT THEIR STEAK HOUSE WHICH IS GOOD
AND THE BUFFET IS VERY GOOD AND QUITE REASONABLE, IT IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE LOCAL CASINOS THERE.
Las Vegas Favorite
This is by far our favorite casino in Las Vegas. We are lucky in that we get to come each year for a Convention based at South Point. The rooms are great as is the service. We eat several times at the buffet and find it to be a great deal for the money. They have a great variety and it's very reasonably priced. I've gotten spoiled being off the Strip and away from traffic. The only drawback is you need a car. However, I always have a rental car so it is no problem. And my wife who loves western wear finds it very convenient to have one of Las Vegas' finest western wear stores just up the street, The Boot Barn. In addition, there's an outlet mall in the same area. The slots pay well and I've always left ahead.
South Point Casino
South Point Casino is still a great place to play and eat. We love the lunch special in the Mexican restaurant on the second floor and the late night special in the cafe.
Great Casino/Hotel experience.
I really love this place. Better payouts on Video Poker than the strip, really nice poker room with excellent management and drink service. Bowling alley is amazing, comps are very good, restaurants are excellent and you can get rooms in the 40 bucks a night range if you watch for specials...and no nasty resort fee. I'm a huge fan of this giant, very clean casino!
I LOVE THIS PLACE!!!
I LOVE THIS PLACE! Just got back from my second trip to South Point (July 15-17, 2009) As good as it gets without being a millionaire!
Great Prime Rib Everywhere! Prime rib buffet Wednesday nights: Seafood buffet on Friday nights (Prime rib too!!) Comps for the buffets.
A great room cheap! Free booze while playing! $5 blackjack tables with nice dealers. WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT?
Very nice casino
A nice place to play and eat. The staff is polite and the service is good. Bingo parlor is the best! We won a few times and we always go back to South Point everytime we go to Vegas even though they are situated a bit far from the strip.
South Point is another of our favorites in Las Vegas. The expansive casino area has all of the penny slots we like to play or try out. We have dined in the buffet restaurant and the coffee shop and both were OK.
Our favorite home away from home
Every year my wife and I go to Vegas. We always stayed at 3 hotels over a week to try new ones each year. Since 2006, we always make a stop at South Point from 3-5 days of the week. We still try other hotels out, but mostly to get a Jacuzzi room.
We enjoy everything about this casino; we feel very comfortable in the rooms. Always nice and clean. We love having the movies there to take a couple hours off from walking/gaming. They have a nice bowling alley also which we have visited, but never played at. I enjoy playing poker there, but they need to have a separate room for it, but it isn't a deal breaker.
The slot club and gaming is very good also. The only suggestions I would have is to have an option for a Jacuzzi room at a reasonable rate like the Stratosphere does or sometimes the deals they offer with jacuzzi at MGM, Excalibur or Luxor. The other suggestion would be to make the buffet better as it isn't up to the likes of other local favorites like Orleans, Gold Coast, or even Silverton. We will continue to stay here on each trip. We just booked 4 nights for May with other days at Stratosphere in a jacuzzi room.
We go for the $3.00 movies for seniors. We have stopped eating there as the food is as bad as you can find anywhere. We had the absolute worst meal ever in their coffee shop and when we asked to speak to the manager he went into a back area and would not come out. Now that's bad!
The gaming there is just average and the Club which started off being very liberal has deteriorated to absolutely nothing. It will be interesting to see what happens when M opens in March.
We like it!
My wife and I spent 2 weeks at the South Point last year. The staff and hotel was excellent and the price of the room was very good. The room we had faced Las Vegas Blvd. and the view was great, you could see all of the way across the valley. We like the South Point because of the various types and quantity of video poker machines. We think they have the most in Las Vegas.
We would definitely stay there again and recommend it to anyone that is going to stay in Vegas. Although it is on the southern end of the strip, it's more relaxing than being on the strip. No hassle with people or traffic.
Out of the way, but don't make it out of reach for
This is by far the cleanest and most relaxing place I found to sit back, relax and play some slots.
I love the fact that the South Point (formerly South Coast) is not full of packs of tourists, nor is their a cloud of smoke hovering over the casino floor.
The Graveyard Specials at Coronado Cafe are not to be missed!
Make it a point to check out the South Point when you are in LV...even if it is a little bit out of the way. You will not be disappointed.
Worth the Drive
This property is situated some 6-7 miles south of the next closest casino on the Strip, but it is well worth the drive. Room rates are excellent given the quality/newness/size of the rooms. Each room has a 42" plasma TV and a choice of 2 doubles or a king size bed. The bathrooms are pretty standard with a tub/shower combo.
This casino was built before the surrounding area was populated and direct access off I-15 is still a work in progress. Other than on weekends, the casino is not busy.
The lounge is not particularly active except on weekends. Other entertainment options include a 16-screen movie complex, bowling alley, large (though barren) pool area and an equestrian center. The showroom should be opening sometime in 2007.
No 100% VP is offered though NSUD, BDLX and 9/6 JOB are offered at the 25c level.
Dining options are numerous an include a very good coffee shop, Mexican, Steakhouse and Italian restaurants. The breakfast buffet is satisfactory, but the dinner buffet, including the weekly seafood buffet, suffers from low patronage. The Coronado Cafe, coffee shop, offers low priced graveyard specials until 9AM. that should not be missed.
Great job, Mr. Gaughan
I just returned from a visit to the South Point and have to say I was very impressed.
The staff was very friendly and helpfull, food is great, and being a video poker player, I was pleasantly surprised by vast addition of fair machines.
My entire experience at the South Point was great and now rate it as my favorite destination and highly recommend it to all.