Samstown is what Vegas used to be before the strip started over charging and catering to 30 year olds. The newly renovated rooms were as good as any on the strip. Each room at a safe and fridge.TV was a 55 inch LG. Elevators were quick and no lines to get on. Registration was fast and again minimal lines. Numerous dining facilities were on site. What I liked was the McDonald right near the elevators where one could buy a $1 coffee each morning. The taxi ride from the airport was around $35. Rooms were clean. The pool area was quiet during our visit there were few people there during the day, more people after 8PM but never crowed. Nice feature is the indoor park with a light show each evening. The price we paid was really reasonable came to around $40 per night including the $18 resort fee. Internet worked fine but the free access is limited to 3 devices. I would recommend for anyone looking for a pleasant time in Vegas without the noise and frantic pace as the strip. The hotel also provided a FREE shuttle bus to Harrahs and to Fremont each hour until 10 PM.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall is owned by Boyd Gaming Corporation. Sam’s Town features 12 restaurants, an 18-screen movie theater, 56-lane bowling center, a 12,000 square foot entertainment center and 25,000-square-foot Mystic Falls Park with waterfalls, footpaths, mountain & nightly laser shows Mystic Falls Indoor Park. The property has a 133,000-square foot casino with 40 table games, 3,000 slot and video poker machines, a bingo parlor, keno lounge and newly renovated poker room and race and sports book. ... more less
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