Wild Wild West Gambling Hall Review
Wild Wild West is a casino located on West Tropicana Avenue across Interstate 15 from the Las Vegas Strip. It is owned by Station Casinos; a powerhouse in the Vegas locals market. Wild Wild West is a part of the Wildfire brand, which are typically oversized taverns with a sportsbook and slots. Wild Wild West is the only one of these properties that has table games.
Denny’s is the only restaurant at Wild Wild West, but it is open 24/7. There is a Days Inn hotel with 260 rooms. There are about 200 slots and 6 table games. There is also a sportsbook, a bar, and there is a truck stop behind the casino.
There are no entertainment options at Wild Wild West – it is strictly a gaming establishment.
Casino at Wild Wild West
At just 11,250 square feet, the Wild Wild West casino floor is small. It has about 200 machines split evenly between slots and video poker. The quality of video poker is relatively poor here compared to most other Station Casinos properties. The best game is 8/5 Bonus Poker (99.17%) and it’s available in quarter, half-dollar and dollar denominations.
There are six table games at Wild Wild West, and many of them are low-limit games. Double zero roulette is available with a $0.50 minimum bet. There is $3 six-deck blackjack that pays 6/5 on a natural. This game uses a continuous shuffle machine. For $5, players can get a 3-2 double deck blackjack game. Players can double down before and after splitting at both games. The dealer hits soft 17.
There is a $1 video craps machine that accepts double odds. The Field pays double on 12. It is worth noting that Boarding Pass points are not earned on this game.
There is a sportsbook at Wild Wild West with 14 big-screen televisions. It uses Station Casinos odds and its STN Sports mobile betting app.
Boarding Pass Player Program
Wild Wild West uses Station Casinos’ Boarding Pass for its loyalty program. This gives players 0.3% in cash back, free play or food comps. Active players receive monthly mailers that may include free slot play and table game bets as well and point multiplier days.
While Boarding Pass has five tiers – Preferred, Gold, Platinum, President and Chairman – there is no benefit to any of these at Wild Wild West. However, tiers may be earned at Wild Wild West and used at any other Station Casinos property.
Players that earn 1,000 points make Gold. It takes 40,000 points to get to Platinum, President is achieved at 100,000 points and Chairman requires 300,000 points. These are six-month tracking periods.
Dining & Restaurants at Wild Wild West
Denny’s is the only dining option at Wild Wild West and serves typical diner food. This includes a large breakfast menu, burgers, sandwiches and a few entrees like chicken, steak and meatloaf. Denny’s at Wild Wild West is open 24 hours a day.
Hotel at Wild Wild West
There is a hotel at Wild Wild West which is branded as a Days Inn and offers 260 hotel rooms. Standard rates start at $32 per night there during the week while weekends are around $150 per night. Room options include one king or two double beds and there is a $15.99 per night resort fee.
For $50 more per night, there is a king suite available. This includes a sofa that may be converted into a bed. King suites offer a mini refrigerator. These are not included in the standard rooms.