1301 W Sunset Rd, Henderson, NV
Phone: (702) 547-7777
Date: Feb 14, 2015
Average Rate per Night
Sunset Station is one of the best reasons to stray from the Las Vegas Strip. Whether you're seeking fun for the whole family, a wild night out with friends or an elegant, romantic evening for two, this neighborhood hotel-casino located in Henderson (about 20 minutes away -- just off the I-515/U.S. 95) can make wonderful things happen.
A 13-screen cinema, an enormous bowling alley, an action-packed casino, lounges and bars with entertainment and a variety of dining options are among the offerings at Sunset Station, which sits on an expansive 98 acres, portraying the ambience of a Spanish Mediterranean village inside and out.
The well-appointed rooms at Sunset Station come with a variety of amenities. More than 2,400 slot and video poker machines; 39 table games including blackjack, craps and roulette; a bingo hall; a 300-seat race & sports book; and a keno lounge comprise the casino.
At the center of the casino, the stained glass-accented Gaudi Bar provides a spot to people watch and keep an eye on the casino action while relaxing with a few drinks. Live music is offered here on weekends. Concert-goers can also enjoy some of the music industry's hottest acts in Club Madrid and the Sunset Amphitheater. Another fun bar on the premises is the Kingpin Lounge, where visitors can play billiards. It's located in the resort's 72-lane Strike Zone Bowling Center.
If you're looking for a meal, there are eight dining options as well as an impressive food court. Savor wonderful steaks and California cuisine in the elegant Sonoma Cellar Steakhouse. With its full salsa bar, Cabo Mexican Restaurant serves up sizzling Southwestern fare, while the Feast Buffet features seven live cooking stations from around the globe. Pasta Cucina is a hub of hearty Italian delights and the Oyster Bar offers things like homemade chowders and steamed clams prepared before your eyes.
Guests will also appreciate other amenities at Sunset Station, including the professionally supervised Kids Quest indoor play area, a lively arcade, a lovely pool deck with a hot tub, a fitness center and a business center. In addition, business travelers can make use of 13,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, complete with catering, audiovisual services and wireless internet connections.
Though billed as a locals casino, tourists won't regret taking the short driving detour off the Strip to visit Sunset Station.