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South Point, Las Vegas

Categories: Bowling Alleys, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Bowling at the South Point 64 lane Bowling Center is state of the art, offering a main center aisle with 32 lanes of bowling on each side. Tables are equipped with touch screens so everyone can keep track of the game. A bar adjacent to the lanes allows a guest to enjoy a cold beverage without missing any of the action. There is also a full-service pro-shop, snack bar, locker rooms and an arcade. From the novice to the pro, everyone can enjoy the fun and excitement the South Point Bowling Center has to offer.

64-Lane Bowling Center

Snack Bar


Pro Shop

League Meeting Rooms

Locker Area
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  • Had a blast bowling with the grandkids! The bowling alley is smoke free and very clean and modern. Use the coupon that Southpointe gives you, it's a good deal. Ask to have the "rails" activated for he...  read more »
  • This was one of the largest bowling centers that I have come across. The ambiance was great and the place was well managed. And the prices for bowling were also decent. 
  • Had an offsite convention event here. They did a small buffet of salad, wings, and some sides. The food was pretty good for the type of food, the staff was friendly, and the place is very clean! Great...  read more »
  • We have a great time we are going back for sure with our little guy lots to do here. The only problem was the smoking after a while it give you a headache I took a couple of Motrin's and was good to go again better ventilation would be great. But other than that the food is great and bowling was fun. Nice and very clean place and friendly helpful staff. I would of gave it 5 stars it was just the smell of smoke.
  • Southpoint is a fairly nice hotel with a cozy atmosphere. It's very equestrian based and is known to hold a rodeo or two, including the largest one of the valley around December. They have beautiful clean rooms, and the suites generally over look a few suburban streets. Their bowling alley is a wonderful place to go to, especially if you're bored around midnight ($1 midnight games). They have a bar inside and happy hour to compliment a midnight game. If you're hungry after bowling and are still looking to save money, the Coronado cafe serves inexpensive breakfast. They basically cater to night owls who are looking for a good but inexpensive time out with their friends. Pool is also wonderful if anyone gets the chance to go by.
  • Going to South Point has become an annual event that my family and I look forward to every year. We don't exactly like being right in the middle of the strip because of the constant traffic and that's why this hotel has been perfect for us. One year we spent one whole day inside the hotel itself and we were never left with nothing to do. From watching the latest movies at the theater, to a family friendly competition of bowling, and finally even to just an hour and a half by the pool. The service of the actual hotel is good, not great, because at some instances the attitudes of the workers don't seem to be the best. Besides that fact, South Point is a great hotel and we will never NOT go there!
  • I have flown down from Canada and I have stayed at the South Point Casino at least 6 times (approx. 30 nights) in the last two years. Overall I would have to say the experience has been good. I use to receive email offers now I don't for whatever reason and my emails with regards to questions have gone unanswered. I have spent considerable time in the Casino gambling with enough activity on the players card to be noticed. No offers of complimentary anything... I will be moving on to another Casino. Loyalty rewards are non existent! Three stars for the Bartenders and parking.
  • Attended an event for my college in the ballroom space. The place was easy to find, just off the 15 just south of the strip. Huge parking lot immediately at the entrance, parking was easily found on the 3rd floor. Elevator in the garage takes you directly to the casino floor, where there was plenty of signage to direct attendees to the right spot. Breakfast stations were well stocked and had a decent variety of pastries and fruit. Coffee was kept fresh nonstop by a team of what I can only assume are hospitality ninjas. The staff were extremely professional.
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