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The Silverton Casino & Lodge brings a rustic western lodge feel to Las Vegas. You’ll get a good blend of modern and mountain rustic with comfort and hospitality thrown into the mix.
Their 90,000 square foot casino has more than 2,200 slots and video machines. Enjoy 30 table games, including pai gow poker, craps, roulette, 3 hand poker, blackjack, and more.
Swim in the large trapezoidal-shaped swimming pool. The Lodge also features a hexagon-shaped jacuzzi.
Come celebrate Christmas at the Silverton and see Scuba Santa. Santa Claus with his scuba gear will be submerged in the 117,000-gallon aquarium. You know you’re not in Kansas, Dorothy, when you’re seeing Santa swimming amidst the more than 4,000 sharks, stingrays, and tropical fish!
The aquarium is free of charge at the Silverton. The young and the young at heart will enjoy seeing this unique Las Vegas celebration of the season. Bring your camera, you might want pictures to prove you actually saw this! Scuba Santa is equipped with a microphone and headset to listen to you and talk to you.
Christmas in Las Vegas is like Christmas anywhere else except Vegas does it bigger and better. You’ll see Christmas tree after Christmas tree, seeming bigger and brighter than the last. Decorations to the left and decorations to the right and decorations above your head with red and green exploding everywhere. You could spend all day going from hotel to hotel and from casino to casino taking it all in. That could take more than one day and it doesn’t even include celebrations like Glittering Lights at the Las Vegas Speedway.
If you’d like to visit Las Vegas during the holidays, you should consider staying at the Silverton and seeing Scuba Santa. If you book your stay through Vegas.com, you could book a room for $25 a night on select dates. Click here to see how much money you can save. Don’t delay, these rates are too good to last long.