Though it's off the beaten path for tourists, the Suncoast neighborhood resort in northwest Las Vegas offers more than meets the eye with several dining and entertainment options for the entire family.
A 64-lane, Brunswick-equipped bowling alley, the medium-sized Time Out Arcade and a 16-screen movie theater cater to all ages. The 500-seat showroom hosts a variety of live headliners, from The Lovin' Spoonful and The Manhattans to comedian Ronn Lucas and magician Rick Thomas.
Dining options abound at the Suncoast. SC Prime Steakhouse & Bar combines an unforgettable view of the Las Vegas valley with a fine selection of USDA prime aged beef dishes. Salvatore's is a charming Italian-themed restaurant, and Coasta Cantina serves up traditional Mexican favorites. The upscale St. Tropez International Buffet boasts seven unique food stations. And several eateries, such as Cafe Siena, T.G.I. Friday's and Bagel Corner Deli & Bakery, keep guests who are looking for a quick bite satisfied.
The casino at the Suncoast is a whopping 95,000 square feet, with more than 2,000 video poker and slot machines, 34 table games, a 150-seat race and sports book, and a . Parking is easy, with a moving walkway transporting patrons from the parking garage to the casino.
Guests at the Suncoast are treated to a variety of amenities in well-furnished, comfortable rooms. Pure Salon & Spa provides pampering while the pool provides relaxation and fun, and the fitness center is open 24 hours a day -- perfect for any schedule. Not to mention that the Suncoast is only steps away from some of Las Vegas' best golf courses.
What the Suncoast lacks in Strip glitz, it makes up for with comfort, convenience, friendliness and family-oriented charm -- just like a good neighborhood casino should.