Perk or quirk—the South Point is the only resort in the Las Vegas area to house an equestrian center, a venue that frequently hosts rodeos and other horse-oriented shows. Elsewhere on site are a 64-lane bowling alley, a 16-screen movie theater, a barber shop, and one of the biggest bingo halls in town. Hotel rooms are modern and welcoming, with 42-inch flat-screen televisions, couches, and spacious desks. The palm-lined pool area is inviting, too, provided you don't
mind low-flying airplanes taking off from nearby McCarran Airport. The sports book packs in big crowds on game days, with more than 300 seats. Visitors also would be wise to capitalize on locals-oriented jackpots and promotions inside the modest poker room (just be sure to sign up for a player's card).