The 2017 American Casino Guide book contains the following two coupon offers for Tuscany Suites and Casino:
Offer #1 - Earn 300 points, get $10 in slot play. Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to the players club after earning 300 same-day base points to receive $10 in free slot play. Limit one coupon per person, per 30-day period. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires 12/31/2017.
Offer #2 -20% off your check before 4pm at Pub 365. Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide along with your Tuscany Player’s Club Card, to your server to receive 20% off your bill. Dine-in only. Limit: one coupon per customer, per calendar month. Expires 12/31/2017.
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Players Club Details
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Tuscany Players Club
Open: 8am-2am daily
The players club at The Tuscany has one tier and allows players to earn cash back and comps at the same time. The points and card do not appear to expire at any time.
Slot Point Accrual
Comps: Swipe your card at any restaurant or retail outlet to pay with your slot points. The rate used is 1000 points = $1.
Reservation Number: (877) 887-2261 Click Here to Check For Best Tuscany Casino Room Rates! Suites: 760 Price Range: $35-$199 Restaurants: 4 (1 open 24 hours) Casino Size: 53,680 Square Feet Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book Special Features: All suite hotel. Wedding chapel.
We were glad we used a coupon out of the guide and went into the Tuscany on our last trip to Vegas. Our lunch was nice in the Cantina. The property is so pretty with a laid back feeling, and the staff was friendly.
Some fine restuarants and a good cafe. The rooms are large and comfortable with refrigerator and micro. Players club is pretty generous. Nice casino seems to be clean always. Vp is bad for me as I can't afford 3 play on the bonus poker. Had the steak and egg special at Marilyn's cafe, it was good. Nice pools and exercise room.
I played here while in town in June. It was uncrowded (but not empty) at mid-afternoon. Very friendly player's club lady, cashiers, and dealers. The floorman had to cover both blackjack and craps, but still took the time to make conversation and talk up the place without getting too salesman-like. It seemed like all the employees I met liked being there, which you couldn't say for the Caesar's or MGM corporate people I met.
Since I had eaten less than two hours before, I didn't get the chance to dine here, but I've heard all kinds of good things about the cafe. It's a healthy walk from the Strip, but very "doable". I'll give this place some consideration for accomodations for my next trip!
We dropped in on the Tuscany Suites and Casino during our latest visit to Las Vegas. We got $5 ecash for signing up for their players card. The casino was on the small side but had slot machines that we had not played anywhere else. Also, it was not very crowded that night.
I gave very high ratings because of the large room with very nice amenities, the exercise room is also very nice with a lap pool and the regular pool area is attractive and functional. In addition the casino is well kept with a large array of machines including full pay bonus poker at the .25 level. They also have some old style nickel slots that I enjoy, besides all the newer slots. They also have cafes and fine dining. I played there in June and plan on some play in October.
I have stayed at the Tuscany at least twice over the last 5 years. I like their large rooms and kitchenettes. They have a good players club. They also have a good cafe. Steak and egg special very good and reasonable. In addition they have some fine food restaurants and mexican cafe. I played about 4 or so hours 8/5 video poker and about 10 minutes of slots. They have newer slots and some older ones. I like their nickel slots, old style. They used to have some 9/6 job, but MIA since 3 years ago. Through a second party, my brother I was actually advised to play here by the WOZ 3 years ago. Good luck to all of you. Hope you enjoy.
I have stayed at the Tuscany 3 times in the past 4 years. It's nice to stay off the strip every now and then, and I usually make the Tuscany my place to go. Yes, it is off the strip, but it is still close to the strip, about a 10-15 minute stroll. It's no more than 10 minutes to the back entrance of Bally's by their sports and race book.
The 'hotel' is actually 15 or 16 smaller, 3-story buildings spread out over the property. If you rent a car, you can find parking right outside your door, which is a definite plus. The rooms are large and come with a couch, chair, a dining table and a small kitchenette (no dishes) with a microwave and small fridge. The beds are a bit firm for my liking, but it's not the worst hotel room bed I have ever had. The rooms could use some updating and having an elevator at both ends of the hallway, rather than just one would be nice.
The staff are not too bad. Some are quite pleasant and others not so much. You get you questions and whatever answered, it's just the attitude of the staff member.
The casino itself is small, usually with lots of locals. The machines are not too bad, your regular 'run-of-the-mill for how casinos go. Video Poker was decent (8/5) and the poker room has some rocks and some fish. Mostly 3/6 Limit, but our table all agreed and made it into a 2-10 Spread Limit which was a lot of fun. As I said earlier, lots of locals, so if you can act the part of a drunken tourist, play a solid game, you'll do well...
I like the 24 hour restaurant they have too. Very reasonable prices and large portions... They have a steak and eggs special after midnight I think it is for $2 or $3, but you need to ask for it as it is not on the menu.
I also like the closeness of Ellis Island, which has great food, and decent paying machines and the AM/PM I think it is next door for munchies and beer.
The one thing that I really do not like about the Tuscany, is that taxis do not frequent this property very much. I have had to wait up to 30 minutes for a cab to arrive. It would have been quicker to walk to Bally/s or Bill's then get a cab from there.
It's an all-suite hotel, so the rooms are fairly big. However, they are also fairly average. The rooms are spread out in different buildings thoughout a courtyard, but you can usually find a parking spot not too far way from the room.
8/5 Bonus poker was the best bideo poker game offered. Food in the coffe shop was good.
Off the strip but close enough. Clean and attactive casino, restaurants and rooms plus gorgeous pool surroundings.
The restaurants are not just reasonably priced but give lots of well prepared food for the price. For example: 2-8 oz pork chops with 2 sides for $9.99 or a large slice of tender liver with lots of grilled onions and 2 sides for only $8.99.
The casino is bright and airy and always populated with clean friendly people. This is one of those hidden delights that competes quite nicely with the more plush (more expensive) strip joints.