Practically a hop, skip and a jump from the Las Vegas Strip and McCarran International Airport, the South Point provides a remarkable vacation experience with spacious rooms, a variety of restaurants, numerous entertainment options and the crowning jewel — a world-class, state-of-the-art Equestrian Complex.
Sitting on 60 acres, the hotel is designed with a fusion of Mediterranean and Pacific Coast-style architecture. Inside, the South Point boasts a number of enticing amenities, including oversized guest rooms and suites that have 42-inch LED televisions with cable service, clock radios with MP3 connectivity, coffeemakers, safes, hair dryers and wireless internet access (included in the resort fee).
When it comes to gaming, the South Point’s 80,000-square-foot casino offers an expansive race and sports book, more than 2,500 slot and video poker machines, a 600-seat bingo room, a 24-hour poker room and more than 60 live-action table games — from craps and blackjack to baccarat and roulette.
Live entertainment is available at the Grandview Lounge or in The Showroom at South Point, which features the Spazmatics, an ’80s-themed band, on Saturday nights. If you’re looking for a more family-friendly form of amusement, try knocking down pins at the 64-lane bowling center, winning prizes at the Time Out Arcade, taking in a movie at the 16-screen cinema or indulging in a treatment at the Costa Del Sur Spa & Salon, which features expert therapists who can tailor a relaxing, rejuvenating or self-pampering experience just for you.
South Point hotel guests also have access to a beautifully landscaped pool, hot tub and sand volleyball court. There is a fitness center, a beauty salon, a barber shop and a large business center as well.
Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, the South Point boasts a number of restaurants to satisfy every taste including the upscale Silverado Steakhouse and Primarily Prime Rib. Michael’s, an intimate gourmet room tucked away from the casino floor, has received countless awards for culinary excellence. Baja Miguel’s, Don Vito’s, the Big Sur Oyster Bar and the Garden Buffet are also fine choices. Indulge in the tastes of New York at the Del Mar Deli. Zenshin serves fresh sashimi and sushi rolls as well as BBQ grilled beef short ribs, miso-marinated black cod and Omaha bone-in ribeye. The 24-hour Coronado Café is the perfect spot to satisfy your late-night hunger pangs, and Kate’s Korner, an ice cream parlor, is sure to be a hit with the entire family. Plus, the popular Midwestern chain Steak ‘n Shake, known for its delicious burgers and hand-dipped shakes, is here.
Finally, horse lovers near and far will have the opportunity to experience events starring their favorite animals in Vegas’ only Equestrian Complex, which features a 4,400-seat arena and attached 80,000-square-foot exhibit hall. Horses will love coming to Vegas too — because all the stalls are comfortably air-conditioned for maximum equine comfort.