They are bringing in a steakhouse so that will get them to a 5* for variety. They have a good and reasonable buffet. Their players club is very inconsistent. They went high tech with their slot tournaments. Big improvement over past. A great variety of slots and good vp. tower rooms are very nice. Shuttle to strip and airport.
Off strip on west Sahara, it's not a good location. The hotel is inexpensive, but nice enough. The video poker is excellent, they have plenty of full pay all over and some 100% games. They have a poker room which will usually have a couple games going in the afternoon. The rest of the table games are the same as all the Stations. The buffet is the best deal in the area.
Cabo (formerly Guadalajara) is your typical casino Tex-Mex restaurant = not very authentic, not very good. The one plus is a salsa bar with a wide variety of salsas and the daily happy hour. There are daily drink specials plus discounted food like $2.99 tacos and chicken quesadilla.
I stayed in the cheaper older rooms adequate and comped so no complaints. I had the breakfast buffet. It was good, but not better than the gold coast, it was a dollar cheaper though. They have shuttles to the airport I used it. The Vp pay tables are good, so I will be playing there again, this was the 1st time I stayed, but I had played and got this room offer. Decent food court. Very nice personnel.
Hotel is only a little ways off the Strip on Sahara Avenue. The casino is part of Station Casinos which has casinos all over Las Vegas. $5 blackjack that actually pays 3:2. Everyone was nice and cheerful. And a cheap breakfast buffet with your players card that was okay for the price. Would definitely return.