- Tuscany Suites And Casino Las Vegas Reviews
- Tuscany Suites And Casino Reviews
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- Tuscany Suites And Casino Reviews
Tuscany Suites & Casino is about two blocks east of the densely packed 3.5-mile-long stretch of hotel-casinos known as the Las Vegas Strip, right behind the Bally's Las Vegas and Paris hotels. It's a 10-minute walk to the Strip, along East Flamingo, a major thoroughfare that feels relatively safe but isn't especially attractive. 934 reviews of Tuscany Suites & Casino 'I really enjoy staying at Tuscany especially whenever we're with a large group of people. The rooms are larger than the typical Vegas deluxe rooms. Though Tuscany calls their rooms, 'suites,' there aren't too many sweet things about it besides the size.
Tuscany Suites and Casino is a locals casino about one and a half miles east of the Las Vegas Strip on Flamingo Road. It draws about half of its players from the locals market and the other half from tourists. Tuscany is a sister casino to Ellis Island, which is about a half a block to the west of the property.
Casino at Tuscany
The casino floor at Tuscany spans 60,000 square feet. It is mostly slots. A total of 800 machines populate the floor. As properties off the Las Vegas Strip go, the video poker is terrible. The best game is 8/5 Bonus Poker. There is also 9/7/5 Double Bonus. These are available in the quarter denomination.
The Tuscany Players Club is one of the most generous in Las Vegas. Locals report receiving free meals and great mailers. The players club offers 7x points on video poker and 10x points on slots on Mondays and Fridays. There is also a graveyard 5x points bonus on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Tuscany offers a sports book lounge. Online slots pay by phone. Bets on sports and races are accepted by William Hill.
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There are 11 table games at Tuscany. Seven are $5-$300 six-deck blackjack games. Players may double down on any two cards and after splitting. Double deck blackjack has $10-$500 limits. Double down on any two cards and after splitting is also available here. There is a $5-$300 Super Fun 21 table. A $2-$100 double zero roulette game is also spread.
There is a $5-$300 craps game with 3-4-5 odds. The field only pays double on 12 at this table. The craps minimum bet is sometimes lowered to $3 during off peak hours.
Hotel at Tuscany
Tuscany offers guests 716 hotel rooms. There are four room types. The standard room comes with one king or two queens. Rates start at $35 on weeknights and $65 on weekends. There is a two bedroom suite that is available for $199 on weeknights and $269 on weekends.
The Luxury Suite is 1,325 square feet. It comes with two master bedrooms with private baths. There is also a jetted bathtub and separate living room. The Luxury Suite runs $500 on weeknights and $550 on weekends.
All rooms incur a $17 per night resort fee.
Dining at Tuscany
The top dining choice at Tuscany is Tuscany Gardens. The upscale restaurant offers prime steaks, chicken, veal, and seafood specialties. It also spreads a wide variety of Italian dishes. It offers one of the widest menus for this style of restaurant in the city.
Marilyn’s Café is open 24 hours a day. It offers more exquisite food than most casino cafes. There are dinner specials each night and a graveyard breakfast menu.
The Cantina offers Mexican food. It is open for lunch and dinner.
Bars at Tuscany
There are two casino bars. There are lounges at the TSpot Lounge and Piazza Lounge.
Tuscany is located on Flamingo Road between Koval Lane and Paradise Road. It is about 1.5 miles east of the Las Vegas Strip.
Features at Tuscany
Tuscany offers several lounge acts as entertainment. The schedule changes often. The venues are TSpot Lounge and Piazza Lounge.