Wild Wild West Casino

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Hitch your Geo to that parking spot pardner, and come join the fun!


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  • Location: Off-Strip
  • Hotel Class:
    2
     
  • Room Price:
    1.5
     
  • Hotel Size:260 rooms
  • Casino Size:11,000 sq. ft.
  • Gaming:Yes
  • Nightlife:
    1
     
  • Pool:
    1.5
     
  • Buffet:
    0
     

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The Skinny

A dinky casino not too far off the Strip, but right on the Interstate, Days Inn Wild Wild West Las Vegas rooms offer cheap special discounts for truck drivers.  There is no reason to make a special trip out to the Wild Wild West Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, especially not to the sad little gambling hall.

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Quick Facts

  • Check-in at 3pm
  • 200+ Rooms
  • Check-out at 12pm
  • Pets Allowed
  • On-Site Restaurant
  • Parking

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Location:
3330 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89103
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Website:
http://www.wwwesthotelcasino.com

Room Quality:

This is a Days Inn at Wild Wild West Las Vegas and you get that wildly variable Days Inn quality in the rooms. Don't get confused and think you're getting something swanky, but for a fair price you'll get a clean room with the amenities of a chain motel. That means iron and hairdryers, an okay TV and a sink open to the room. Rooms are slightly smaller than average. The good news is they can go as low as $30 on weeknights if you call them directly.

Service Quality:

Fair.  The casino is small, so they don't have people around to tend to your every wish, but they're mostly friendly.  There is no room service, and the front desk is small but they won't spit at you. That is, unless you insult their horse - this is a Wild Wild West Las Vegas Hotel and Casino after all.  Let's face it, overall it's just a motel with a casino.

What You Get Bottles of in the Bathroom:

Shampoo and soap.  Not the good stuff, neither.

Clientele:

A lot of people on long trips, especially truckers, who love the huge parking lot at Days Inn at Wild Wild West Las Vegas, specifically set aside just for their big rigs .  This place draws a lot of people in off the road who come to town not knowing where they're going to stay.  It also draws the blue-collar working men and women of the wild wild west Vegas who are, clearly, not working.

How's the Pool?

It's one of those motel-style pools where some crazy old lady could potentially watch you from the second-story balcony.  If this possibility gives you the creeps, better try to sneak into a nicer pool somewhere else.  They have barbecues out by the pool, so go to the Smith's Food King and buy your own cuts of meat to scarf at the Days Inn at Wild Wild West Las Vegas.

Resort Fee:

$5.99 per night. It provides no information and lumps it in as "taxes".

Is it Worth It?

Considering it costs close to nothing and you still have a chance to lose what you brought at the mini-craps table, I'd say it's worth it.

Hotel Amenities

  • Air-conditioning
  • ATM/Banking
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Concierge Service
  • Free Newspaper
  • Free Guest Parking
  • Jacuzzi
  • Pets Accepted
  • Restaurants
  • Security Guard

Table Games:

Blackjack, mini-craps, roulette, Pai Gow.  We wouldn't recommend driving here for the table action, especially considering the mostly mediocre rules and lack of choice.  Mini-craps is the bastard son of casino games, a tiny tub with a single dealer paying out, calling numbers and handling the dice.  Nobody loves it, but you'll pretend you do in a pinch.  We can't imagine being in enough of a pinch in this town to want to play mini-craps, though.

Bet Minimums:

$3-$5 minimums most of the time at the tables. They have $3-$5 craps at their stupid mini-craps table, with lowly 2x odds. Pbbbbt. The roulette is $2 a spin.

Machines:

Little video poker, coupla slot machines.  We couldn't find any full-pay video poker during our visit.  Again, don't stay here for if you plan on doing all your gambling where you sleep.  It's too small to keep you entertained for long.

Cocktails?

Good.  They know that everyone enjoys a little alcohol, besides the kids of course, so they do what they can to put you in an happier state. Drinks at the bar are easiest to get quickly and if you play a little VP, you'll get all the free booze you can handle at the Wild Wild West Vegas.

Who Gets Comps?

Maybe you can get a free meal at Denny's after playing for a while at Wild Wild West Las Vegas Casino and Hotel, but comps aren't really this place's style.  The Wild Card slot club pays back the same as all the Station Casinos, which is not too well.

Number of TVs:

14 plasmas of average size.  Since there is no race betting, all TVs are on sports, unless of course there is a "very special" rerun of "Eight is Enough" showing.

Number of Seats:

About 20 seats at tables of below-average comfort.

Number of Betting Windows:

Three, with slate boards for odds.

Free Drinks?

If you can convince a Wild Wild West Las Vegas Hotel and Casino waitress to give you one.

Snack Bar?

The bar is nearby and the casino is so small that the restaurant is just a few steps away.

Other Notes:

Overall this is a thumb's up for a small casino. If you're looking for the big crowd and party atmosphere, this ain't it, but if you want some peace and quiet during the big game, check it out.

Wild Wild West Casino Guest Rooms

Classic One or Two Beds, Smoking/Non-Smoking

Classic One or Two Beds, Smoking/Non-Smoking

If you're looking for style and glamor, this ain't the place! Did you think you were reading about the Aria? Although the recently remodeled rooms here aren't that bad, they are just simple, typical Las Vegas rooms.  Don't think you're going to run into any celebs in this Wild Wild West Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, maybe a few rodents - errr...neighbors.  The rooms come with one king, two doubles, or one accessible double bed room.  For all you James Dean wannabes out there, they do offer smoking and non-smoking rooms as well, all complete with cable TV, air-conditioning, voice-mail, dial-up Internet (we thought that was extinct), and a couple house-hold items like an ironing board and hair dryer to keep that pouf going all night long.

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