Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Las Vegas does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the hotel.
Gold Coast Hotel and Casino features a concierge and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, free parking is available.
While staying at Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, visitors can check out Bellagio Chocolate Fountain (1.1 mi) and Mirage Volcano (1.1 mi), some of Las Vegas' top attractions.
Travellers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to Gordon Ramsay Steak, Wicked Spoon, or Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Korean restaurant such as Island Style, Hobak Korean BBQ, or Hwaro.
If you’re looking for something to do, The Strip (1.1 mi), Bellagio Fountains (1.0 mi), and Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Gold Coast Hotel and Casino.
Gold Coast Hotel and Casino puts the best of Las Vegas at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The staff were all very lovely, however this is a place I would never return. It was picked for us using Hotwire which I will never do again. The room re so old, every thing stained and I wouldnt wear bare feet in any of the area. The air conditioning so noisy, but if you turn off and have the one window open your hear the nosie of the whole hotels airconditioning. View is of a brick wall. We had to add towels to our pillows as they were lumpy and again so old. The whole place I would discribe as a flea pit Using hot wire the cost of this for one night was more than we paid for two night in Trump tower. So over all YUK
Went to Las Vegas for a conference and stayed here because I want to be far from the strip but still have the hotel amenities. Plus I remember enjoying my stay here 10 years ago... Or so. Got to the hotel late, the check in was easy and fast. Lady behind the counter is very friendly and was in and out with keys on my hand in 15 mins. Turned the corner towards the elevator and TGIF is staring at me, I really love their JD sauce so it will be a wonderful stay. Got me a room by the 2nd floor, close to the elevator and vending/ice machine. This room looks nice, sheets are clean and bathroom is clean and looks like it was recently updated.
I’ll start by saying I’m a gambler and have stayed at many casino hotels so I know what to typically expect. Our flight was very delayed so it was after midnight when we checked in. Upon arrival it was just as I thought. The casino was in full swing and smoky as all get out, but so were the halls to the room. When we got in the room though, smoky smell I expected but not whatever this smell was! I’m still not sure. Just bad. The sheets on the bed were pulled out on the sides, like they started to make the bed and didn’t quite finish. Maybe that’s what happened because we had 1 pillow each and they couldn’t have been flatter. It’s a company room but splurge for 2 pillows each, come on! In the morning I woke up even to the mattress as the pillow had been flattened to non existence. Also the tv in the room has the least amount of channels I’ve ever seen. I know it’s Vegas and we’re supposed to be out, but I’m in my 40s and like to relax in the room a bit before I start my day. With the bed, and the tv with keno and ABC probably not going to be possible. To make matters worse when we arrived we were late so we were starved. We went to the 24 hour TGI Fridays and although the world is understaffed so I don’t except top notch, this was bad. We waited so long to be sat, so long to order, and the food was just horrible. The potato skins were completely under cooked, like raw potatoes with melted cheese on top and my husband’s wings were so old they had probably been sitting back there from dinner. To his surprise the ribs were ok though. It was so bad I was afraid to try them for breakfast so we booked another hotel who said they could get us in a room and left at 7am. This room was free and the other hotel we booked was $300 for the night so that tells ya something. The two stars are for the waiter, the waitress at the casino they were quick and kind and got me a few needed drinks after our long delayed flight. Also the front desk staff was pleasant when checked out. However, they didn’t ask why I was leaving 2 nights early so I suspect they have seen this before.…
As normal, my reviews are usually based on how a particular hotel or restaurant rates in its class, and against similar competition. In other words, a Hampton Inn isn’t to be compared to say, a Four Seasons. And on that note; Gold Coast Hotel and Casino is not to be compared to The Palazzo, Wynn or The Bellagio, all of which are located on the strip. Located just a mile west of the strip, on W Flamingo, the location is actually better than expected. One can be on the strip in a 15-20 min walk. So, though not on the strip, it’s not as bad as some of the other comparable hotel casinos. We were in town to do a show, and needed ample parking for our trucks. So staying on the strip was out either way: That leaves a few select hotels that could accommodate us; and many of these are in rather sketchy areas. GC has a huge parking area in the rear, with easy access and multiple entries. Overall, it’s probably not as large as The Orleans, but certainly a better location in my opinion. And it’s absolutely light yrs better and much safer than the “Wild Wild West Days Inn” on Tropicana(in which I’ll say in bold text, STAY AWAY!”) The GC exterior seems the same as the day it was built: in other words, old and worn…lol. However, enter inside, and you’ll notice a much improved interior to its humble beginning. The decor still leans classic, but with a touch of modern: And overall actually, quite nice. There’s plenty of gaming, and several restaurants, including a TGIF, which I did not try, and a really good Chinese joint, which I did. The lunch menu was reasonable, and the quality was actually pretty good, if you want Chinese: And they’re open till 3am. Amenities here include a swimming pool(small), and a bowling alley. Neither of which I had time to use… Sorry Rooms: The rooms here have been updated with a fresh remodel at some point recently. A new Flatscreen tv, and a modern wardrobe add to the details. Note: I was one floor from the top, which can be tricky for battling the Vegas heat, for many hotel A/C systems. However, the unit in my room was more than adequate at keeping things chilled down(That one surprised me). The bathroom has all new tile, and a small window for some ventilation(nice touch). Water pressure was really good, but temperature wasn’t easy to adjust at first; but no deal breaker. Overall, the room was clean, modern enough, and the beds was decent for this price range. The service here was surprisingly good(I’ve read this before, and in many places, from those who have stayed at many of the Boyd properties). Everyone was extra friendly, and made the extra effort to make one feel welcomed. So, while not a Four Seasons, you’ll have no worries. Wrapping it up: Overall, this is a good choice for the money; and certainly has ample parking for big rigs, motor homes or other. The proximity to the Vegas strip is adequate, and uber and Lyft pick up right at the front door…. Believe me, that isn’t the case for most of Las Vegas. As mentioned, the value is here: Sometimes you don’t get what you pay for, but here, you actually do. Now honestly, if you’re visiting Vegas for a romantic weekend, or wanna impress your loved ones, I’d opt to stay on the strip, and spend the extra money. But if you’re out here for work, and maybe need the use of that big free parking area, Gold Coast is actually a solid choice. And it’ll do for most anyone that is on a budget, and just wants to avoid the hustle n bustle of the strip. Considering he room remodel, and friendly service, it’ll do just fine. Just go in knowing, this isn’t meant to be a 5 star resort…. Enjoy…
very nice property. Well staffed and managed. Even went to the bar at the back of the casino and was waited on right away with a smile! Room was nice and security did a good job at the elevators. TGIF restaurant was good for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can't go wrong staying at the Gold Coast!
Very nice dealers and other staff. Well lit and clean casino floor. I saw people coming around very often and cleaning machines and other contact surfaces. I felt safe and welcome when I played a poker tournament at the Gold Coast.
Gold Coast is my new favorite Vegas hotel. Everyone was super friendly. I arrived early and wanted to check in my bags until it was check in time The front desk person asked my name and said my room was ready and I could check in right away with no early check in fee. This was at 10 in the morning. There is security to check your room key to make sure you are staying there. Super friendly. Always asked how I was doing and welcome back and good luck, have a great day and so on Waitresses super friendly. Food at Cornerstone was amazing. The pool is small but not overcrowded so that was nice. Room was nice. Bed was so comfortable. Only downsize was, no more shuttle to the strip. Was only a 10-dollar cab ride there, so that wasn't really a big deal at all. Even the dealers were great. Definitely one of the best stays i've ever had.…
My husband lost his wallet at this casino. Was found by security and brought to lost and found. They gave us pointers on connecting his phone number to his players card. Will go back. And be thankful for honest security.
What a gem! We've stayed at the Gold Coast many times never eating at the Cornerstone. What a mistake. The food and beverages are fabulous. Our waiter, Paul was a young go getter.The house white wine was surprisingly good
Only stayed one night, room had stuff on the ceiling and dirty socks in the closet buy the safe. Casino had terrible drink service and had to walk to the bar to buy rounds. Tiny little pool, whos pool bar never opened. If on a budget ok place to stay. The palms is right across the street and was rocking.