Perfect for a relaxing, inexpensive retreat with family and/or friends, Santa Fe Station is a classic vacation destination. An off-Strip gem located in North Las Vegas, Santa Fe Station combines all the elements of a good hotel and casino with amazing value. A favorite among locals, the 28-acre Santa Fe Station offers more than 467,000 square feet of gaming, entertainment, and hotel space, including 200 rooms and ample meeting space.
As its name suggests, Santa Fe Station has a Southwestern theme and design that balances perfectly with its mountainous surroundings, from its stone exterior to its warm-colored interior. Upon entering the hotel, guests will find a casual yet sophisticated hacienda-style lobby with marble floors, leather couches, chandeliers, and iron accents. Glass arches overhead let in copious amounts of natural light, lending the resort a warm and welcoming feel from the get-go.
Santa Fe\\'s rooms are similarly welcoming. Amenities include basics such as an ironing set up, blow-dryers, in-room movies, and limited room service, along with pillow top bedding, high speed and wireless internet, and dry cleaning services. Deluxe rooms are nicely decorated with plush furniture, floor-to-ceiling drapes, and an elegant wood armoire.
The casino may be one of the best aspects of Santa Fe Station, an expansive 64,100 square feet of gaming with 2,900 slot and video poker games along with 39 table games, a 488-seat bingo hall, and a pleasant 14-table poker room. Gamblers will appreciate the recently added, state-of-the-art race and sports book, as well as the new high limit area. And those looking for fun without spending too much will enjoy 1-cent and 5-cent slots such as Megabucks and Wheel of Fortune.
Families will especially enjoy this comfortable resort, which possesses a bowling center, pool, nightclub, movie theaters, several dining options, and more. Active fun can be had at all hours at the 60-lane bowling center and ice skating arena, and the outdoor pool and Jacuzzi offer a refreshing escape from the heat. At night, the Chrome Showroom lights up with local entertainment. And an ample variety of restaurants provides the perfect setting for a night out or a simple rejuvenating meal. Santa Fe offers casual and inexpensive international cuisine at Feast Buffet, all-American eats at the Grand Café, seafood fare at Tides Oyster Bar, Mexican classics at Cabo, and hearty steaks at the Charcoal Room Steakhouse. A food court also offers casual and quick bites.