Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall, Las Vegas
Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
Sam's Town Las Vegas is a hotel and casino located in Sunrise Manor, Nevada on the corner of Flamingo Road and Boulder Highway. It is one of the casinos owned and operated by Boyd Gaming. It is built on 13acre and it includes two RV parks.One of the unique features of this hotel is "Mystic Falls", a large glass-roofed atrium with tall live trees, cobblestone paths, and a rock waterfall in the center where a laser show is performed daily at different times.It was the host hotel for the Sam's Town 300, a NASCAR race sponsored by Sam's Town. It was also the Las Vegas host hotel for the Silver State Classic Challenge race.HistoryThe original Sam's Town opened on April 1, 1979 and it was one of the first locals casinos to open in the Las Vegas Valley.From 1980 to 1999 the studios of Nevada Public Radio were located in a separate building on the property.The 2006 album Sam's Town by The Killers was named after the casino.Plan to see Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall and other attractions that appeal to you using our Las Vegas vacation route planner.
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Stayed at this hotel just to see The Killers play! It was a surprisingly good hotel, clean, nice room, friendly and helpful staff and a good casino. We were a bit worried when the cab driver told us n... read more »
We have stayed at the neighboring KOA Kampground twice and enjoyed dining at Sam's Town. Once we dined at the Buffet. It was great...so filling. Second time we had Mexican Food in the Food Court. It w... read more »
Just finished staying at Sams Town in Vegas and had the best time. The rooms were comfortable and cost effective with a free breakfast thrown in. There is a movie theater onsite and several restaurant... read more »
Sam's Town is a cool off the Las Vegas Strip hotel and casino that is lively and vibrant with lots of activities outside of gambling..it has a movie theater and bowling alley right in the casino along with popular restaurants and a buffet..It is a place where I can go gamble, have a drink, grab a bite to eat and enjoy the other amenities...they have nice guests rooms and great service...definitely a place for folks to visit who want to have the local casino experience
I have always hated having to drive through Vegas and have avoided staying there like the plague, but my wife and I had a good feeling about his place and decided to stay there one night on our way to Arizona. We were pleasantly surprised by the amount of things we could do without having to leave the hotel. We were given free breakfast which was really good, our kids (1 and 3) loved the water show, and the room was descent. However, there were some unpleasant surprises too, like when the cost of the room suddenly grew from $35 to $50 and then to $75 after factoring in all kinds of hidden fees. Despite that, we definitely could've done worse than than Sam's Town.
Has gradually improved over the last 6 years. Fridays have decent whole crab legs. You know they treat their employees well because they've been around practically forever. I've lived in Vegas for 13 years now, and I still see the same faces. A few new, but still a lot of familiar faces with great service.
I ate at the angry butcher restaurant and loved it. Every appetizer was delicious entres mouth watering and customer service is the best. Beautiful restaurant with wonderful ambiance. !!###
WAYNE E. DAY
If you travel in a rv or a rv trailer Sams Town Koa rv park is great it is right next to the casino nice pool cable tv and other nice stuff.
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