The South Point Hotel in Las Vegas has over 2,100 premium guest rooms with the top floor of the hotel containing all suites. Guests can enjoy views of the glittering Las Vegas Strip or the serenity of the surrounding mountains-cape. Each oversized guest room functions more like a mini-suite with state-of-the-art LG 50 inch 4K televisions and high speed internet. Suites range in size from 800 to 2,500 sq. ft. All accommodations feature the finest amenities and materials.
9777 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas Strip Las Vegas Nevada 89183 USA
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I didn't stay here but met friends here for Thanksgiving dinner and loved the place. I actually hate we didn't book our reservations here. The buffet is awesome. Now if you don't like hustle and bustle I wouldn't recommend it, the hotel is extremely busy
Bed has obvious and uncomfortable divots on both sides from use. Have they ever replaced it since it opened? Nonsmoking room. Smoke and dust just everywher in the air. Not from the floor or a neighbor. Just everywhere. Elevator button didn't work. The paltry vending machines on the floor didn't work. Thin sheets and the flatest comforter I’ve ever slept with. Temperature control was fan only and it got really cold at night. With thin bedding. Food is terribly over priced though generally decently tasty. I don't think I'd ever stay here again if there wasn't a work event I had to attend. Grout on the tub shower combo is jagged and rough. Obvious that someone torn the wall soap holder out and it was put back sloppy. (I took a bad photo but I don't care enough to take another.) Gouges in the picture frame. (Same again.) How much are they charging per night for this? I will say it seems the room cleaners/housekeeping DO seem to be doing the best they can with what they have. The spa looks nice though I haven't used it. The pool is pretty, if closed. The gym does look the onto the pool and jacuzzi and it (the pool deck) is the only place I've seen any green. Too bad the jacuzzi closes at 5pm and they lock to doors so I've never been able to actually visit it. I have no opinion on how it is as a casino. If you have to stay here fine, you'll live but I can't say I found it enjoyable. Netural or meh at best with spikes of frustration and unpleasantness.
Everything you need is right in the hotel. Starbucks, ice cream shop, sushi, Mexican food, steak house, Steak n Shake, diner, theater for movies, bowling gambling of all kinds and equestrian rodeo field. It has everything you would want in one location. We stayed in room 2421 with a great view, also a very spacious room for the three of us. We were there for my father n law’s 80th. They had a suite on the 25th floor where the family met up. It was a great experience. We have stayed at South Point in the past. My only complaint is the smoking. I am not used to it, so it made my throat hurt and eyes water. Besides that it was a great experience for six nights. We also had a great view from our room.