Gold Coast Hotel and Casino

4000 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89103, United States
#62 of 303 hotels in Las Vegas
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 7 reviews
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Awfull experience

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 3, 2010

I don't usually take the time to post reviews for bad experiences but this was too much.
The background to the story is my stepfather is dying from Leukemia and this was a family gathering for what we think would be our last time with him.
I had family coming to visit for Christmas and booked 3 rooms at the Gold Coast all with double beds in order to accommodate everyone in our party. Well what does the hotel tell us?they don't have enough double beds.then I asked for rollaway beds and they said they cost
extra and you get one per room.I explained the problem to their supervisor and he was no help.This was embarrassing to me because
how are people supposed to sleep comfortably.They still would not help.
Also the beds had very badly done linens with stains and there was no
comforter/duvet on the beds just badly done ugly sheets.
The rooms came with 2 free lunch buffets as described on the website.
they only gave us 2 for 1 room and had to beg for them to give us 2 more
and never mind the first room they gave us nothing.
Well when family tried to use the free lunch buffet they were told the free tickets did not apply to Dec 25 ...hello! we checked in on Dec 24 thru the 26th.what a joke!!
Overall this hotel made me look like an Idiot to Family,I was trying to make everyone comfortable and instead it was a horrible Christmas ordeal. I would never stay there again nor would I recommend them.

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nice and cosy

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 3, 2007

Hotel was just of the strip with a free bus every 15minutes to take you to the strip,it is a small hotel compared to the ones on the strip(700 rooms) cocktail waitressers soon got to know us and we didn,t have to wait long for our Bud, the food was great so were the prices,our room was great with 2 king size beds in,house keeping was spot on. The only downfall was that the pool was very small,Iwould recommend this hotel and will stay there again if we return to Vegas.The hotel has two other sister hotels The Orleans and Suncoast there is also a free bus to take you and bring you back from them.

Directions: On Flamingo Rd next to the Rio,

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Gold Coast saves your Gold

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 16, 2006

This is not the place to stay if you want the full VEGAS adventure. If you want to save money and have a decent, comfortable and safe nights sleep, this is it...or if you've done the VEGAS thing and just want a place to rest, this is for you. In summary:
Stayed 4 nights and 5 days.
The room(s) were clean but there are no "views" as it's off strip.
Clean, fairly friendly and full of locals.
The slots were tight, the table games were not friendly and no one seemed to be winning.
The bingo hall upstairs is fun but once is enough unless you're addicted.
The Monteray Room restaurant was really good and the 7.95 T-bone special was to die for! All the food was freshly prepared and the portions were large.
The Ports o' Call Buffett is just large...nothing special stands out. Make sure you use the coupon for the free buffett in your coupon book you get at check in.
There is also a coupon for the Ice cream place, Kate's Korner which you have to use!!! The ice cream was so good and the portion was enough for 2 to share.
I wouldn't have any qualms about staying here alone. It's an easy cab ride to any other "large casino" (normally about $7.50 +tip per trip); it's clean, well lit in the halls with prominent security guards.
As in any area now, most of the low end service positions are held by immigrants and the language barrier can be a hassle.

Directions: Off strip next to the Rio

Generic Casino

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 26, 2006

I stayed at the Gold Coast in late June 2006, and really wasn't overly impressed by the facility. However, I did find the place to be relatively clean with reasonable service. The front desk was helpful with recommendations and suggestions on local events. The casino and other interior attractions were fairly well marked, which helped because the layout is somewhat confusing at first. The parking garage is easy to access, usually has plenty of space, but it is a considerable distance from the casino and hotel elevators. There is also a shuttle available to the Strip (Barbary Coast) for those who do not have their own form of transportation available.

The rooms are average in size with only basic amenities. The bathrooms are very small and lack a fan unit for ventilation, although they do have a small window that you can open for this purpose. Rooms can be a distant walk from the elevator, as the interior corridor for the hotel must span almost 2 football fields in length. The casino offers good bargain gaming, but often feels stuffy and seems poorly ventilated. The pool area is meager by Vegas standards, and again offers a chance to give the legs a healthy workout with a sizeable walk. The food here is average at best in terms of quality, but the prices are also very affordable.

Overall, this is a pretty generic casino that doesn't really offer much of a cohesive theme or exclusive amenities. However, it provides a clean room and cheap gaming at a reasonable price. If you are looking for a place to crash occasionally during a weekend, this might be a reasonable option over the crowded, expensive options on the Strip. During the week, it is probably possible to find a better value somewhere else.

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Coast Properties are among the best

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 15, 2006

I'm a big fan of the Coast properties. The Gold Coast is about a half mile west of Bellagio, but you can catch a shuttle from the Barbary Coast instead of walking over here. The rooms aren't super fancy, but are very reasonably priced. Rooms have a bed and table/chairs. The bathroom area is a little cramped, but the sink is outside the room with the shower/toilet. The shower also has a window that opens up to the outside world. Very clean room. Check in is a snap, with friendly staff. The casino is very large, and has most of the popular games at fairly low limits. I've found both the dealers and other gamblers to be some of the most fun to play with in town. There are several decent options for dining, including a reasonably priced buffet. To top it off, they have a bowling alley on site as well.

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Old Faithful

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 21, 2005

This place was quite nice and somehwre I'd gamble at again. I signed up for the card and the older gentleman, Ken, at the players signup was one of the nicest people I encountered in Vegas. The slots were very nice to me as well here, and after a few painful hours in the waay too trendy Palms the short walk across the street to Gold Coast was a very welcome one.

Directions: Off the Strip next to Rio.

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Old West Gambling Hall!

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 10, 2004

My friend used to work for Gold Coast, it was his first dealing job! The last I was in Gold Coast, the casino area was almost completed, as the entire place has been renovated, including their 711 guest rooms! It really has the look and feel of an old western gambling hall, with the hospitality to go with it!

They have an EXCELLENT breakfast buffet at Ports O' Call, as well as an in house Bowling Alley! Slots here were fairly loose, but I did loose some on their Black Jack tables :(

Gold Coast is an excellent value, often $25 or more less per night than strip hotels. It's only a mile off the strip, across from Rio and Palms, and with the free shuttle, it's no problem to get around!

Unique Quality: The Gold Coast also has a free shuttle bus that carries guests to and from its sister properties, the Barbary Coast on the Las Vegas Strip and The Orleans.

-24-Hour Room Service
-Fitness Center (for Registered Hotel Guests)
-Free Valet Parking

Directions: 1 mile west of the Strip on Flamingo Rd, across the street from Rio and Palms

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Address: 4000 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89103, United States

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