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June 14, 2012
Capt Kirk
516 posts
Las Vegas
Has anyone stayed at Boulder Station in Las Vegas, if so how would you rate it?
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June 14, 2012
Men's 60
205 posts
Capt Kirk,

Boulder Station and Eastside Cannery are far and away the two best on Boulder Hwy, with Eastside Cannery getting my vote (nicer rooms). However, Boulder Station comes with breakfast each day and has far more restaurant and entertainment choices. The Railhead at Boulder is one of the best venues anywhere for live concerts. Cant go wrong with either one.

Tony Baltazar
So Cal 55 Major
Desert Dawgs 50 AAA
June 14, 2012
Men's 65
884 posts
gott2play, Don't all the "Station" hotels (Palace Station, Boulder Station,etc.) hit everyone up for the so-called "resort fee" on top of the room rate? I stayed at Palace Station a couple of years ago and got an additional $14.99/night added to the room rate. Eastside Cannery has no such "hidden" fees that you don't learn about until it's too late. That's where I stay now.
June 15, 2012
Men's 65
3146 posts
We stayed at Eastside Cannery three years ago and didn't have a problem at all with it. The rates were good as were the rooms.
Of course it isn't close to downtown or the strip but we were ok with that.

The last time we were there we stayed at Main Street Station. It's downtown and if you have a players card their rates are very inexpensive.
June 15, 2012
Men's 65
598 posts
Capt Kirk, before moving here last year, our team stayed twice a year at Sam's Town on Boulder @ Flamingo. Rates were better than you posted and the rooms were always very nice. I think it's about as good a value as you'll find in Vegas. Fairly easy drive to east side softball complexes.

Play 65's, weekday stays, rate was $25.95 for 2 doubles. Room was way nicer than the rate!
June 15, 2012
Men's 60
547 posts
Really rare that a whole team would move to Vegas. You're so lucky.
June 16, 2012
Men's 65
598 posts
Several teams would like to move to Las Vegas, few have the income to do it. No state income tax in Nevada. Huge positive for extreme wealth, even in this economy.
June 16, 2012
314 posts
Capt Kirk have you checked out the desert rose resort yet,close to the strip and a place with no gambling anyone from Texas Pickups check it out, has single room or two bed rooms with a fold down couch and full kitchen. its across from the MGM
June 16, 2012
Olden Slow
Men's 65
197 posts
Kirk: LP is right on..Desert Rose is my timeshare and I stayed there for Vegas tourney. Quiet, no gambling but stay on the North side for better internet quality..
June 16, 2012
222 posts
Gary i booked thru southwest vacations. Best price i ever got We are staying 4 nights air hotel, car. Hotel is Harrahs on the strip. Includes free parking, no resort fee. Total was 975.00 that is for 2 people
June 17, 2012
Capt Kirk
516 posts
We have booked with Southwest, prices were good. We are still reviewing hotels, lots of choices and prices are reasonable. We will be there for a week, wife is playing and I will be playing for the Texas Pickups (60's AAA) and HCI (65'S AAA).
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