South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa (Las Vegas, USA) – Hotel Tour in Las Vegas Blvd

South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa (Las Vegas, USA) – Hotel Tour in Las Vegas Blvd

Head down to South Point Hotel,
Casino and Spa for a stay set apart from the heart of the Strip.
The 25-story hotel hosts 2,163 rooms and suites,
12 restaurants, a 64-lane bowling alley, a movie theater,
90,000 square-feet of meeting and convention space,
and an arena and equestrian center.
Pull into the porte cochere from the hotel’s airport shuttle or Strip shuttle ($8 round-trip currently).
Check in at the registration desk upon arrival.
A lounge area by the registration desk offers comfy sofas.
A bedroom in a Luxury Suite offers a queen bed,
nightstands, lounge chair and floor-to-ceiling window.
A bathroom in a Luxury Suite features marble tile and an open layout.
Guests can unwind in a whirlpool tub.
A walk-in shower includes multiple showerheads and a standing sink.
The wide vanity offers two sinks and a small TV.
Find gold accents and all the bathroom necessities.
The bathrooms in a Luxury Suite offer shampoo and conditioner from the hotel’s spa.
A bar of soap is also on-hand from Costa del Sur Spa.
A bathroom in a Luxury Suite includes a toilet and a bidet.
A Luxury Suite offers a seven-seat dining table and comfy living area with floor-to-ceiling windows.
The Luxury Suite living area seats seven to eight guests comfortably with a large coffee table.
A bar in a Luxury Suite seats six.
Find robes, a safe and an iron in a Luxury Suite closet.
A guest bathroom in a Luxury Suite features a black marble countertop,
wide vanity and wall phone.
A bedroom in a Junior Suite offers a queen bed, chair and bedside table.
The living space in a Junior Suite includes a sofa, coffee table,
flat-screen TV, small breakfast table with two chairs, and a floor-to-ceiling window.
A bathroom in a Junior Suite features a double vanity,
whirlpool tub and walk-in shower.
Toiletries from the Costa del Sur Spa are provided in the bathroom of a Junior Suite.
The Junior Suite includes a corner work space with natural light.
A room connected to a Junior Suite offers two extra beds.
A room that connects with a Junior Suite includes a work space,
dresser and flat-screen TV.
A standard room offers a queen bed, nightstand,
seating area and floor-to-ceiling windows.
South Point’s obscure pool is reserved for guests and open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
Step up to a roulette table in the casino.
The Sports Book seats more than 100 with big-screen and plasma TVs.
Place bets while watching the action in the Race Book at the casino.
Grab a drink while gaming at the bar at the Grandview lounge.
Break for drinks at the Grandview lounge in the casino.
A statue of Las Vegas gaming pioneer Benny Binion is displayed in a walkway.
Head to the Costa del Sur Spa for rejuvenation.
A women’s wet area in the Costa del Sur Spa offers lounge chairs and a hot tub.
The women’s wet area includes a dipping pool and sauna.
Find serenity in the women’s sauna.
Guests can await treatment in a lounge at the Costa del Sur Spa.
Teas and fresh fruit are available in the spa lounge.
Wait for treatment peacefully in the couples lounge.
A couples wet area offers elegant, romantic relaxation.
A couples treatment room offers parallel beds and a bath.
Peek inside a Vichy shower treatment room.
Refresh in the spa’s shower room.
Pamper yourself with a pedicure at the spa.
Treat your hair to the salon.
Shelves are stocked with hair dye in the Costa del Sur Salon.
The fitness center offers rows of machines with TVs and views outside.
Dine on award-winning fare at Michael’s Gourmet Room,
a Las Vegas landmark for more than three decades.
A private dining area in Michael’s Gourmet Room offers an intimate experience for groups.
The bar in Michael’s Gourmet Room is adorned with red roses.
Dine on contemporary Asian cuisine from owner and chef Terence Fong and executive chef Yoji Shimonishi at Zenshin.
Spicy Tuna Crispy Rice (foreground) and Eight Second Ride sushi rolls are served at Zenshin.
Pair sushi with cocktails like the Strawberry Bangkok, left, or an Apple Mojito.
The Strawberry Bangkok comprises Campeon Tequila, Malibu rum,
freshly muddled strawberries and Thai Chili.
The Apple Mojito is made with Crown Royal Apple,
Torani mint syrup, freshly muddled mint.
Miso Black Cod is served over vegetables at Zenshin.
A dessert sampler at Zenshin features a warm brownie,
bread pudding, malassada and fresh strawberries.
Dine on fine steak and seafood at the Silverado Steakhouse.
A Bone-In Rib-Eye (16 oz. dry aged Prime beef)
and a Filet Trio (three filet mignons with Bearnaise, roasted garlic and mushroom sauces)
are served at Silverado Steakhouse.
Try a Silverado Fizz cocktail made with Bombay Sapphire gin,
fresh squeezed lime juice, a dash of simple syrup,
fresh mint leaves and club soda at Silverado Steakhouse.
Southern Style Shrimp with Cheese Grits is served at Silverado Steakhouse.
Dine on traditional Italian from chef Matthew Rios at Don Vito’s Italian Restaurant.
Start with fresh mozzarella, sliced tomatoes and basil at Don Vito’s.
A Veal chop is broiled and served with sauteed mushrooms,
onions and garlic butter at Don Vito’s.
Romano Braised Short Rib Ragu is served In a smoky blackberry sauce over pappardelle pasta at Don Vito’s.
South Point’s showroom hosts live entertainment such as Frankie Avalon and Dave Coulier.
Grab your ticket to the movies at the Century 16 South Point theaters.
South Point also hosts a 64-lane Bowling Center.
A Flex lane machine conditions a bowling lane in the South Point’s Bowling Plaza.
South Point is home to a 500,000 square foot arena and equestrian center that seats 4,600 guests.
An equestrian area is shown in the Priefert Pavilion.
Stable areas are shown at the equestrian center.
Competitors in a reining competition warm up in the Priefert Pavilion.
A competitor participates in a reining competition.
Carolyn Simancik, left, a veterinary technician,
and veterinarian Joe Carter take an X-ray of a horse’s foot during a reining competition.
An X-ray of a horse’s foot is shown on veterinarian Joe Carter’s computer during a reining competition.
Find the Cinch Saloon in the South Point Arena.

9 thoughts on “South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa (Las Vegas, USA) – Hotel Tour in Las Vegas Blvd”

  1. With South Point being away from the strip, the prices in this hotel are very reasonable. I found it very family friendly with the arcade and movie theater. I have teens and they enjoyed it. There is a pool with lifeguards on duty as well.

    We live in an area where businesses are smoke free or very strict guidelines so the smoking and smells from it was probably the most unpleasant thing we experienced.

    The Del Mar Deli offers an XL pizza for around $21. It's huge and feed all 4 of us. It was so good, we had pizza 2 nights. Kate's Korner is the place to go for dessert. I ordered a sundae (think it was a chocolate turtle sundae) for $6.95. It was so large, it feed all of us. We ate at the Steak 'N Shake too, very average. We also dinned at the Coronado Cafe. Service was pretty quick, meal was average, and menu options were plenty.

    Because of the activities we choose to spend our money on, we didn't want to eat at higher priced restaurants inside South Point. Although, it's not hard to spend money there.

    Staff was very nice. We took a few small Texas themed gifts for housekeeping. I would highly suggest this, especially in Vegas. Housekeeping works hard and gets paid little.

  2. Merry go round circus music and a robo voice narration. Think I'll be staying at another casino. Even though they offer a toilet and bidet.

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