Fun at the Silverton Casino
Dating back to 1989, the Silverton holds a prominent history as one of the best casinos you’ll come across before reaching the Las Vegas strip. In 1997, the name was changed to the Silverton, and it faced many staffing and aesthetic changes to resemble that of a hunting lodge. With a Bass Pro shop on campus, adorned with 117,000-gallon aquarium.
However, this casino is more than just aesthetic appeal. There are a ton of games you can play with a chance to win some big money. From slots to cards, you can always find some way to invest your time and money into potential payout.
There are several blackjack tables at the Silverton. You will mostly find double deck and six deck games with a 3:2 payout. There are a few single deck tables that will pay 6:5. For side bets on the blackjack tables, you have King’s Bounty, Bonus Spin, and Royal Match.
One of the better games in Las Vegas, Craps at the Silverton are mostly a 5$ minimum. The odds on the payouts are 10x, with plenty of tables to choose from.
Also offered at the Silverton are roulette tables. You will find that many of these tables are standard rules, with two zeros. Minimum betting ranges from 5$ to 10$ on the outside or inside.
The Other Tables
The Silverton offers other table games as well, many with progressive bonuses. A progressive bonus is a system that offers incentive payments, gradually increasing at a progressive rate once you cross the minimum or standard out on output. Some of the games with progressive bonuses are:
- Ultimate Texas Hold’em
Three Card Poker
Pai Gow Poker
Tons of Slots
Offer more than 1,500 slot titles on the floor, these games are a wonderful mix of classic and modern games. Limits start at a penny and go up to $1, with several betting options in between. Some of the popular slotís games reside here, such as The Goonies, Willy Wonka, Buffalo, Wheel of Fortune, and more.
There are some high limit slots available at the Silverton, offering video poker and more. The denominations for these high limit slots do not exceed $5 and $10. Though the selections aren’t very modern, you are able to play Wheel of Fortune which you can wage up to $5 denominations.
Other Silverton Features
The Silverton is more than just fun and games, sometimes you just need to rest and relax. That is why you can find a good number of room options for the hotel on site; Resort room, Luxury suites and King, Room packages, and more.
The hotel at the Silverton is home to 300 rooms, though small by Las Vegas standards, you will find a luxurious appeal to them. The prices are fairly set at the resort room ranging between $70 to $190 per night. Whereas the luxury rooms range upwards of $225 per night. They hold touches of home, giving them a welcoming feel. With a Starbucks coffee maker in the room. There is Wi-Fi, but a fee is applied.
Ultimately, this is a wonderful hot spot to check out at least once before hitting the strip. With wonderful gaming options, and luxurious rooms, you can relax and have fun whether you are from out of town or a local looking to paint the town red.