Great food, a casino with a 574-seat bingo hall, lots of bars and amenity-filled rooms — it’s no wonder adults love Boulder Station. Plus, kids enjoy the movie theater and a supervised play area.
One of several Station Casinos resorts in Las Vegas, including Sunset, Palace, Santa Fe and Texas Stations as well as Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa, Boulder Station has its own distinct look, feel and identity despite being part of a growing family. Located on Boulder Highway, just minutes away from the Strip and downtown, this establishment truly has something for everyone.
First and foremost, the casino, a prodigious 75,000-square-foot gaming floor surrounded by restaurants, bars, a gift shop and attractions, draws an even mix of locals and visitors. The resort’s wooden floors and brick columns display a rustic, comforting appeal that makes guests feel like they’re at home.
Dining choices are plentiful, ranging from the bold Baja flavors of the Cabo Mexican Restaurant to the Feast Buffet, a smorgasbord of freshly prepared dishes including waffles and flambé for dessert. For a more quiet and intimate atmosphere, diners can enjoy fine steaks at The Broiler or Italian food at Pasta Cucina, which offers thin-crust, stone-oven pizza and pasta specialties like manicotti Florentine and Tuscan angel hair.
The Railhead, a centralized lounge, offers dancing and live music performances. The Kids Quest youth activity center presents a fun and dynamic playground for children to explore while their parents enjoy the hotel’s adult diversions — like cocktails at the Havana Lounge, Brewer’s Bar or KIXX. And the 11-screen Regal Cinemas complex is one of the finest movie theaters in town, with comfortable seating, spacious auditoriums and a friendly staff aiming to make any night at the movies an unforgettable one.
In addition, guests will appreciate the recently remodeled rooms. Boasting a boutique hotel feel, each one features elegant wall coverings, fixtures, rich wood furnishings and custom-designed artwork. Among the amenities are a built-in closet, a computer desk, pillow-top mattresses and a 40-inch plasma television with cable service. The bathrooms also boast granite countertops and new light fixtures.
Like its sister establishments, Boulder Station sets its own standards and surpasses them. Small wonder this family is one of the proudest in town.