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Suncoast Hotel & Casino Review

Suncoast is a locals casino located in the western Las Vegas Valley suburb of Summerlin. Suncoast Hotel & Casino is owned by Boyd Gaming and uses the BConnected players club.
The gaming at Suncoast is right around average for a locals casino, but there are no 100% video poker games. The blackjack is slightly worse here than at its neighboring property, Rampart Casino. Craps, roulette and all other table games are on par with competitors in the locals market. There is also a sportsbook and bingo hall.
There are 12 restaurants at Suncoast; several of them are new and opened after Boyd Gaming took on the commitment of refreshing its dining options a few years ago. There are a number of entertainment options at Suncoast including a movie theater, bowling alley and showroom with lounge acts or performers that appeal to Suncoast’s older clientele.

Casino at Suncoast

There are 28 table games at Suncoast, with the most popular game being double deck blackjack. It has $5-$1,000 limits and is spread across nearly half the tables (11 tables). Double down before and after splitting are permitted. Blackjack pays 3-2 at these tables and the dealer hits soft 17. There are two six-deck shoes with the same limits and rules.
There is also 1 $5-$1,000 single deck blackjack game. Double down is permitted and the dealer hits soft 17. Blackjack only pays 6-5 at this table, making it the worst blackjack game at Suncoast.
There are three double zero roulette tables with limits of $5-$1,000. There are four Pai Gow Poker tables with $5-$1,000 limits. Two baccarat tables have $10-$1,000 limits. Ultimate Texas Hold’em is $5 to $25. Three Card Poker is $5 to $100.
There are two craps tables with limits of $5-$1,000 and 10 times odds. The Field pays triple on 12.

Video Poker

While there are no 100% video poker games at Suncoast, there are many in the 99%+ range. This is a vast improvement over previous years when the best game was 8/5 Bonus Poker. These days, players will find payouts as high as 99.8% (at Triple Bonus Plus and is on a bank of “Up to 99.8%” machines). Not-so-ugly Deuces Wild (99.73%), 9/6 Bonus Poker Deluxe (99.64%) and Bonus Deuces Wild (99.4%) are among the other games on these devices. There are several banks of Triple Double Bonus (99.58%) which are marked with “99% payback”.


There is a bingo hall on the second floor that seats up to 600 players. There are eight sessions per day starting at 9 AM, then there is a new session every two hours until 11 PM.

BConnected Player Reward Program

BConnected is the players card for most Boyd Gaming properties. Players earn one point for every dollar wagered on slots and video poker. Guests can convert 600 points into $1 at food outlets owned by Boyd Gaming. That converts into 0.167%.
Cash back, free play and food at outlets not owned by Boyd Gaming require 1,000 for every dollar. This converts into 0.1%. These figures are based on the Ruby level. Sapphire players earn at double that rate. The return for Emerald players is triple.
BConnected gives active players special offers including free play, food comps and hotel rooms.

Sportsbook at Suncoast

There is a sports and race book on the south end of the property next to the movie theater. It uses Boyd Gaming lines. Bettors can deposit and withdrawal for the BConnected app at the Suncoast sportsbook. Each seat has a monitor at the Suncoast sportsbook. There are more than a dozen large televisions along the two sportsbook walls.

Dining & Restaurants

Suncoast offers a wide variety of dining options. They range from fast food to high-end, fine dining. All casual and fine dining outlets have a social hour from 4 PM to 7 PM.

SC Prime

SC Prime is the steakhouse on the property and it is located on the second floor. There is a private elevator to it from the west parking entrance by the oyster bar. It is open for dinner Wednesday-Monday. The menu consists of steak, chops, chicken and seafood. There is a large menu of sides, appetizers, soups and salads. Sides are a la carte.


Salvatore’s is the Italian option at Suncoast. It is not owned by Boyd Gaming, so points spend at the 1,000 per dollar rate. Salvatore’s is home to a pianist nightly, and a singer accompanies the piano on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
There is a variety of pasta dishes served here as well as a separate menu that offers steak and seafood. Some menu options combine the two. There is a list of daily specials that always includes a fresh fish that is often sole or barramundi. Bottles of wine are half price on Wednesdays. Salvatore’s is open from 4:30 PM to 10 PM Tuesdays-Sunday.

90 Ninety Bar and Grill

90 Ninety, named after Suncoast’s street address on Alta Drive, is the newest dining option at Suncoast. It offers burgers, pizza, pasta and a variety of typical bar fare. There is an expansive specialty drink menu. There is live music Thursday through Sunday. 90 Ninety is open Wednesdays through Sundays at 4 PM.

Peng Zu

Peng Zu is the Asian option at Suncoast. It opens at 5 PM daily.

St. Tropez Buffet

The Suncoast buffet is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Breakfast and lunch are $11.99 Monday through Saturday. Ruby players receive a $3 discount. Sapphire and Emerald receive a $4 discount. Dinner is $16.99 with the same discounts, except on Saturday when prime rub and shrimp is served. It is then $21.99. Sunday brunch is $17.99 with the same discounts. Guests that earn 400 BConnected points in a day receive a free breakfast for lunch buffet.

Brigg’s Oyster Company

Brigg’s Oyster Company is open daily at 4:30pm. It offers typical oyster bar items like gumbo and stews. There is a large appetizer and chowder menu, as well as shrimp cocktail. There is also a sushi menu where a chef makes rolls right in front of you.

Fans Sports Bar

Fans is located in the bowling alley. It offers video poker, darts and shuffleboard. The menu consists of burgers, pizza and hot dogs. It opens at 11am daily, except Saturdays when it opens at 9am.

The Game

The Game is a sports bar near the sportsbook. It has a large selection of draft beers. Its menu consists of wings, fingers and burgers. It opens daily at 11 AM.


Dupar’s is the 24-hour dining option at Suncoast. It is best known for its pancakes. The breakfast menu is large. The lunch and dinner menu offer soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches, meatloaf, turkey, pot pie and pastas. The dessert menu has a wide variety of fresh baked pie slices.

Fast Food Options

There are three quick bite options. There is a Subway and Bagel Corner deli by the valet area. Java Vegas is near the hotel’s front desk. It also has an ice cream selection.

Venues & Hotspots at Suncoast

There are several entertainment options at Suncoast. There is a 16-screen theater by the sportsbook. It is newly remodeled with recliner seats in 2018. There is a 64-lane bowling alley that includes an arcade and sports bar.
There is a lounge by the sportsbook. A showroom offers performances on weekend nights that typically aim to draw the local retirement community. There is a lounge in Salvatore’s with a nightly piano act.

Hotel at Suncoast

Suncoast hotel rates start at $65 during the week and $99 on weekends. Some weekend nights are double the base rate. These rates do not include the $21 per night resort fee.
The standard room is 550 square feet. It has one king or two queens. A golf course view is another $30 per night. There are one and two-bedroom suites. These rates are typically at least triple the standard room rate.