Las Vegas, NV 89183
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Maureen R.Price Point$$$Helped?0Nov. 13th 2015
South Point has a clean, classy, old fashioned Vegas look. Nothing was ever overcrowded. The pool area, casino, restaurants, and rooms were all meticulously maintained. As one of the only downsides, they need to invest in a new ventilation system as the casino floor smelled incredibly smoky!
The guest rooms at South Point are pretty basic with your standard amenities (a flat screen TV, coffee maker, and a comfortable bed - a Serta "Point Plush Sleeper." On the plus side, the rooms are pretty spacious at 500 square feet- basic, yet clean and comfortable. Nothing to write home about, however, how fancy of a room do you really need? - After all, you are in Vegas!
South Point is very affordable for a 4 star resort. The resort fee is at least 10 bucks cheaper than almost every Strip casino resort. Rates generally range from a low of $49 on weekdays to a high of $179 on weekends and during holiday periods. It's not a bad deal really considering the oversized rooms, beautiful pool area, great amenities, and fantastic dining choices. If you don't mind a quieter option and can put up with driving/taking a shuttle or cab to the strip, then you should be satisfied.
Overall, the South Point is your best bet if looking for a quiet, classy option off The Strip. You can't beat the price for a 4 star property. Convenient Strip access, an excellent Italian restaurant, a fabulous pool area, and great on-site entertainment make South Point my go to off The Strip resort.