Silverton Hotel Casino

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Where can I find a quieter hotel near the Strip but not quite on it?

Silverton Hotel Casino

Are you looking for a quieter hotel off the Strip? Then try the Silverton Hotel Casino. Locals in the know often rate it highly. It's newly remodeled with a woodsy and aquarium theme throughout the hotel and lounges. In fact, you can even enjoy a libation at the Mermaid Lounge, while watching real, live "mermaids" gliding through their own 117,000- gallon tropical aquarium. The rooms include the same type of pillow-top beds the Bellagio charges quite a bit more for. The Silverton is close to the Strip, and a short drive from McCarran Airport.

   

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9/17/2006 5:44:41 PM
G Woolhead said:

My wife and I stayed here in June this year. We found it a pleasant change to The Strip where we stayed at a hotel undergoing refurbishment at the time( nice suprise when you arrive and no-one remembered to tell when you paid for your reservation ). Service was very good across the complex. The staff went to great lengths to make you feel at home. Friendly croupiers and waiters. The food was really good, especially the buffet at the Four Seasons. When I ordered a beer the waiteress had not heard of before, she went off and a few minutes later one of the managers brought it to me. This with a smile, a chat and a refusal to accept a good tip as well. "Just doing my job" was his response. We were leaving for home the next day so enjoyed the pool area at sundown with two others seated across the way. The room was big, comfortable bed and a seating area as well. For what we paid, it was far better value than The Strip's offerings, we will be back.


9/17/2006 6:13:24 PM
G Woolhead said:

My wife and I stayed here in June this year. We found it a pleasant change to The Strip where we stayed at a hotel undergoing refurbishment at the time( nice suprise when you arrive and no-one remembered to tell when you paid for your reservation ). Service was very good across the complex. The staff went to great lengths to make you feel at home. Friendly croupiers and waiters. The food was really good, especially the buffet at the Four Seasons. When I ordered a beer the waiteress had not heard of before, she went off and a few minutes later one of the managers brought it to me. This with a smile, a chat and a refusal to accept a good tip as well. "Just doing my job" was his response. We were leaving for home the next day so enjoyed the pool area at sundown with two others seated across the way. The room was big, comfortable bed and a seating area as well. For what we paid, it was far better value than The Strip's offerings, we will be back.




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