300 rooms at Boulder Station renovated

Provided by Station Casinos

A remodeled room at Boulder Station. The hotel-casino debuted updated rooms in October 2011.

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A remodeled suite at Boulder Station. The hotel-casino debuted updated rooms in October 2011.

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A remodeled room at Boulder Station. The hotel-casino debuted updated rooms in October 2011.

Just shy of its 20th birthday, Boulder Station has undergone a makeover.

Station Casinos recently completed a floor-to-ceiling renovation of the hotel’s 300 guest rooms and suites. The goal of the redesign was to create a modern feel and style reminiscent of Ralph Lauren’s designs, with new wallpaper, fixtures, furniture and carpet. The rooms are awash in earth tones and golds, with pops of red, and are decorated with paintings by local artist Greg Miller.

Bathrooms received new light fixtures and granite countertops, and every room includes a 40-inch plasma television, computer desk with high-speed Wi-Fi and custom closet.

Station executives would not say how much the project cost except to note that it was “significant.” Nightly room rates begin at $29.

Station has made several upgrades to Boulder Station in recent years. The room redo follows renovations of the Feast Buffet, the Broiler Steakhouse and poker room.

Boulder Station, an anchor of Las Vegas’ “Boulder Strip” gaming corridor, is the second oldest Station property, after Palace Station. It opened in 1994.

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  1. Can't imagine staying at BS. It's not like you want to take a leisurely stroll with your honey in that area at night. But kudos to them for fixing up the rooms.

    $29 a night? I imagine there are quite a lot of "locals" who will spend several hours there every night...

  2. Won't stay there until they drop their excessive resort fee!

  3. Now this must explain why they have been taking a $25 resort fee (of course this does not get taxed and split with the LVCVA) for all of these years. Hidden fee that they threw on top of $30 room rates, must of thought of themselves like they were Spirit or Allegiant Airlines where they can make things look cheap until you see the added fees. Will Sams Town get around to upgrading their rooms now?

  4. While we'll probably never see the inside of the rooms (unless we get a bit too tipsy at one of the concerts), we do love that Broiler. Great steaks and salad bar for a fraction of the cost for a similar meal near the Strip.