A huge bingo room. A bowling alley. Two top-notch Asian restaurants. These amenities and more make the off-Strip Gold Coast beloved by visitors and locals alike.
Located a mile west of Las Vegas Boulevard on Flamingo Road, it’s hard to believe this resort hasn’t been around since the turn of the century, luring the citizens of the West and beyond to its abundant gaming and entertainment by the wagonload. A classic gambling hall charm pervades the Gold Coast, from its frontier-style exterior to its 120,000-square-foot casino. In addition to the 720-seat bingo hall, the hotel boasts a bustling race and sports book as well as more than 2,100 of the most popular slot and video poker machines around.
If gaming’s not your bag, the Gold Coast offers plenty of other diversions, including a 70-lane bowling center and a showroom that features a variety of live entertainment.
Of course, you won’t go hungry in this place. Gold Coast offers a score of diverse dining options. It offers exotic Asian specialties of Ping Pang Pong and the Noodle Exchange. T.G.I. Friday’s even has a location inside the resort, so you can always grab an affordable slab of ribs or tuck into a sizzling chicken and cheese skillet.
Take all of this and add a great swimming pool, meeting rooms, a salon, a barber shop and a convenient location directly across from both the Rio and the Palms hotels, and you’ll realize why the Gold Coast remains such a treasured gem.