Fiesta Rancho, also known as the "Royal Flush Capital of the World", is located about 6 miles north from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and is a favorite for locals and visitors looking for a fun, relaxed environment. The hotel is popular with groups and families who appreciate the balance of gaming and non-gaming activities.
Non-gaming entertainment includes the Sobe Ice Arena, an NHL regulation- sized indoor facility, outdoor swimming pool and arcade for the kids. Fiesta Rancho also offers entertainment in Club Tequila, Cabo Lounge or Blue Agave Cantina. How about bowling or a movie? These options are available at our adjacent sister-property, Texas Station - which is right across the street, within walking distance. Forget something at home? There is a Super Walmart behind the property, also within walking distance.
Several dining options are available including Denny's (open 24/7), the Festival Buffet, Subway, Panda Express and Smash Burger - and the publicy voted best Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas 17 years in a row, Garduno's Mexican Restaurant.
Fiesta Rancho has more than 1,300 slot/video machines, 14 table games, 300-seat bingo room, 12-seat keno lounge and a 100-seat race and sports book.
The Fiesta Rancho is centrally located near the I-95 & I-15 freeways, 3 miles from Downtown Las Vegas and just minutes from shopping malls, sports facilities, the Las Vegas Strip and the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Hotel Reviews for Fiesta Rancho Station Casino Hotel
2.5out of 5Based on 37 guest reviews, Poor
Based on 38 traveler reviews
Most Recent Traveler Reviews:
“Not Worth Cost Saving Anymore”
May 7, 2013
Pridehill | Trip type: Family
We purchased thru a Southwest vacation package.. We got the bottom floor, oldest dated part of the hotel. I know you get what you pay for and we did choose...
We purchased thru a Southwest vacation package.. We got the bottom floor, oldest dated part of the hotel. I know you get what you pay for and we did choose the hotel for convenience to our family... So, that being said we are staying at the Texas Station next time.. Just as convenient but, nicer. It is worth the extra $30 it would have cost us to get the amenities that you are paying for with the "resort" fee. I use the world loosely.
We visit Vegas 2 times a year and usually always stay at one of the Stations.. Red Rock rocks the Texas is nice and this will be our last time at Fiesta. We are platinum station card holders... And to say the least very disappointed. In a positive note better than a Motel 6 and the employees are friendly and helpful.. « less
Jan 27, 2013
EdUrias, San Jose, California | Trip type: Couples
Received a great $27 rate during the week at this local casino and hotel. Beds were very comfortable and our room on the fith level (room 517) had a nice...
Received a great $27 rate during the week at this local casino and hotel. Beds were very comfortable and our room on the fith level (room 517) had a nice LCD TV. Gambling was adequate and did manage to get some play on the video poker slots.
They provide free popcorn plus their potent $.99 margaritas were great. Parking was plenty and didn't have any opportunity to try their restaurants or their buffet, but I would recommend staying at this off the strip hotel. « less
We went to Las Vegas thinking about that was the best place to have fun and to go to Gran Canyon but the hotel was a bad experience there. We...
We went to Las Vegas thinking about that was the best place to have fun and to go to Gran Canyon but the hotel was a bad experience there. We had to pay a hundred dollar deposit more, the hotel was far from downtown and far from everything. We made the reservation in Brazil and should have told about it in that time, before the reservations. At the check in the recepcionist told us about return this value, but this not happend. Unfortunatelly, I don't recommend this hotel for anyone. « less
“Fiesta Is Still An Okay Choice”
Aug 20, 2012
harlow55, Las Vegas, Nevada | Trip type: Solo travel
Stayed here last year, went again this year. I haven't changed my opinion too much, although as with any hotel, a different room and different circumstances always brings new perspectives....
Stayed here last year, went again this year. I haven't changed my opinion too much, although as with any hotel, a different room and different circumstances always brings new perspectives. Pros: Hotel staff is very friendly, got me into a room at 12:30 even though check in is 3pm. I had arrived about 10:30 am but was told there was a $15 early check in fee, so I decided to wait until after 12 to get in. I'm not sure if the early check in fee is a new feature, but I'm just including that info here for those who might run into the same situation. Hotel is convenient to locals and those who have business in the North side of Vegas. If you want to avoid the traffic and hustle/bustle of the Strip, the Fiesta is a possible choice for you. If you have a player's card here for gaming, you earn 3 points for every $1 you gamble. Convenient self -parking is available as well as valet. Food court with Denny's (had breakfast here, food was fine and service was with a smile) and a few other fast food outlets. Room rates a lot lower than the Strip hotels, often you can get a room during the week for $25. Not so crowded that you feel like you're on top of other people in the casino. Cons: You get what you pay for. As noted, it is off the Strip, but that may be what you're looking for. My room this time was small and rather dimly lit even with all the lights on, so that was not the greatest. The a/c made an annoying sound after it had been on for awhile so sleeping was a bit interrupted and I kept having to turn off the a/c when it rattled or made sounds. Internet: The wifi is set up on a menu through the t.v. Unfortunately, had to call the engineer to come up and look at it. Had the wrong remote to operate the t.v. which was quickly rectified, but somewhat of an annoyance. if you have trouble setting up your wifi , a wrong remote might be the problem. Once set up, the connection was fast and realiable. Internet is included with the "resort fee". The resort fee is 9.99 and it is also taxed so the actual total is around $11.00 which will be added to your room rate upon check out. Mentally you just have to add this on when booking. Many hotels charge this resort fee, not just Fiesta. I wish they would just include it up front but for now, that's the way it is. The room had one small table, no desk or larger work surface. No big deal for me, but might be if you need to work with your laptop or other paperwork. A chair had a rather bad stain on it, which really should have been removed for cleaning or taken out of service altogether. The room seemed clean enough and the beds were acceptable, although the carpeting in some areas and the hallways looked soiled and really needs replacement or a good cleaning. Bathroom was small but clean. Minimal toiletries - two soap and two shampoo. Plumbing sounds - I could hear the filling of the bath tub in an adjoining room as if it was in my own room, loud enough that it woke me up around midnite. So, some rooms may not have great soundproofing. Finally, at 4am the alarm clock in the room went off, probably had been set from a prior guest to turn on at that time. Not the greatest to be awoken 3-4 hours earlier than planned by a buzzing alarm. Maybe housekeeping should check the alarms and make sure they are in the OFF position. The room had a nice flat screen t.v. which worked well, no problems. The downsides weren't huge, more annoyances than anything else. Therefore, I would stay here again, although probably wouldn't stay for more than 1-2 nights at most. . The slots here seem somewhat tight, have never won anything, but ya never know! Again, this is more of a locals place. The hotel needs updating but you don't pay top dollar for a room and it's acceptable enough for that purpose. I would not recommend paying more than $50 at any time for a room here. If all you can find at thie place is $80+ , skip it and go somewhere else where there's better rooms and more to do, , you'll probably feel disappointed if you pay more. but if you want a casino atmosphere with a basic okay type of room and you have a need or reason to be in this part of town, Fiesta remains an acceptable choice depending on what you want. Staff has always been very friendly and seem helpful. I have not tried the buffet or their other dining options such as Gardunos or the onsite bars, so at this time cannot rate those. « less
“Deceptive room rates and poor food quality.”
May 22, 2012
Mike J, Big Bear City, California | Trip type: Couples
When looking for a room in Henderson, we came upon the Fiesta Hotel and Casino. The rates posted on the Internet were very reasonable, so we stopped there to stay...
When looking for a room in Henderson, we came upon the Fiesta Hotel and Casino. The rates posted on the Internet were very reasonable, so we stopped there to stay overnight. When we checked in, we found that the room rates were not as posted due to a "hotel facility fee charge". We feel that was deceptive, and would have looked elsewhere for a room if we had known. My wife came down with food poisoning after eating at the buffet breakfast. We feel that the food quality at the buffet, while looking presentable, is suspect. Eat there at your own risk! « less
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This room measures 274 square feet (25 square meters). Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable channels are offered for your entertainment. Bathroom amenities include a hair dryer. A wake-up call service, an iron and ironing board, and a clock radio are among the conveniences offered.
Amenities - Fiesta Rancho Station Casino Hotel
Baggage storage facilities
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Free local calls
Internet - wireless
Internet is Complimentary
Movies in room
24 hours opened
Private bathroom in room
Private car parking
Radio in room
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Shows or evening entertainment
Swimming pool - outdoor
Telephone in all rooms
Telephone - Free local calls
TV - Free Cable
TV - Free HBO
Travellers cheques accepted
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information - Fiesta Rancho Station Casino Hotel
Nearest major airport is the North
Las Vegas Airport located less than 1 mile away. McCarran International (LAS) is approximately 14 miles or a 20 minute drive. Shuttle service is not offered, however groups can charter a service at their expense. One way taxi fare is approximately $45.00.
Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
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