4949 N Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV
Average Rate per Night
The Southwest meets North Las Vegas at Santa Fe Station, a classy and cozy resort for the entire family with a bowling center, movie theaters, multiple dining options, a pool, a Western dance hall and more.
Only 16 miles from the Las Vegas Strip and just off U.S. 95, Santa Fe Station's rugged stone exterior stands in harmony with the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains. Designed with the nuances of an ancient Spanish villa, the hotel-casino features an interior of earthy tans, reds and browns, marble flooring, wrought-iron accents and ceilings accentuated with glass arches.
A hacienda-style lobby replete with chandeliers and leather couches greets guests at check-in, while comfortable Southwest-inspired rooms offer amenities including pillow-top mattresses, Pay-Per-View movies, hair dryers, ironing set ups and wireless internet access.
A favorite of locals and tourists alike, gamblers will enjoy the hotel's expansive casino, which offers not only 2,700 slot and video poker games, but also 40 table games, a 488-seat bingo hall, a keno lounge, a race and sports book and a non-smoking poker room. Looking for 1-cent and 5-cent slots? You'll find them at Santa Fe Station along with progressive favorites like Megabucks and Wheel of Fortune.
With a wide variety of restaurants to choose from, no one will ever go hungry here. The Feast Buffet caters to tastes from around the world, with Mexican, Italian, Chinese and American dishes. The upscale Charcoal Room proves that fine dining isn't limited to the Strip, boasting an extensive wine list, succulent steaks and fresh seafood. The Grand Café has a full menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner delights, while diners will enjoy guacamole prepared tableside at Cabo Mexican Restaurant.
Entertainment can be found in the Chrome Showroom, including a variety of world music headliners as well as local bands. The Revolver Saloon and Dance Hall is also a popular place to groove to rock and country music beneath a six-foot mirrored armadillo named "Delilah." Free line dancing classes are even offered on Wednesdays. The resort's newest hot spot is 4949 Lounge, a stunning bar with guest DJs on weekends and karaoke on Monday nights.
A 16-screen movie theater and a 60-lane bowling alley round out the attractions, making Santa Fe Station the perfect hotel for a weekend retreat or a family adventure. And with two garages offering plenty of self-park and valet spaces, you'll never have to worry about finding a spot for your car.