Favored for its quiet off-Strip location, the Fiesta Rancho offers a friendly, local-oriented atmosphere featuring all of the modern gaming conveniences offered by the Strip’s mega-casino hotels but (here comes the best part) at lower prices.
The Fiesta Rancho is the place to be if you are looking to get more bang for your buck when trying your luck at one (or more) of the hotel’s 14 gaming tables, 1,270 slot and video poker machines, or in the 300-seat bingo room, 100-seat Race and Sports Book, or the 12-seat keno lounge. You never know, you just may discover that Lady Luck is more than a myth if you find that the odds are in your favor within the 500-square-foot gaming space. And for the kiddos, the action-packed video arcade is sure to keep them smiling while you’re fronting your best poker face.
However, if you want to take a break from that poker face and be a kid for a while, or if you simply want to make your stay at the Fiesta Rancho a family affair, the family friendly hotel has options for that too.
If you haven’t noticed, Las Vegas is in the middle of a desert… and it can get really hot. But, the Fiesta Rancho is on the ball and likes to keep it cool (pun absolutely intended) even when the temperatures sky-rocket. That is why among the other activities they offer within the hotel, we think the on-site ice skating rink is pretty awesome.
And once you’ve worked up an appetite from skating, the Fiesta Rancho will be ready to meet your hunger needs. The hotel’s 600-seat Festival Buffet has something for everyone with its worldly cuisine prepped at 11 different food stations and serving islands. However, for those with a craving for cuisine a little bit south of the border, you’re in luck considering the hotel’s other main restaurants are Blue Agave. However, for quick and/or late night bites, the hotel’s food court offers a 24-hour Denny's as well as other popular chain eateries including Panda Express, Subway and Dryer’s Ice Cream.
But when the sun goes down and you’re looking for a cold brew or a refreshing cocktail, the hotel’s lounges and bars are open for your enjoyment 24 hours each day. From the Cabo Lounge to the Venom Bar inside of Club Tequila, you will not only get your drink (and great happy hour deals) but you just might also find yourself re-living your college Spring Break days.
What’s that you say? Spring Break in Mexico consisted of more than strong daiquiris, live music and dancing? Not to worry, the Fiesta Rancho has your swimming needs covered with their pool.
So whether you’re looking to beat the tourist crowds on the Strip or if you’re simply want to enjoy a comfortable Las Vegas vacation without the uncomfortable Las Vegas vacation prices, you have met your match at the Fiesta Rancho.