Address: 255 East Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas NV 89169
Phone: 702-893-8933 or Toll Free: 877-TUSCAN1 (877-887-2261)
**Note: Tuscany’s hotel, pool and restaurants re-opened, after the corona virus shutdown, on May 22nd, 2020. The casino is not yet open.
This is an Off-Strip casino, but on a road with a lot of Vegas gaming. It’s located towards the South end of the Strip, then go East on Flamingo Road. Here it is on GoogleMaps.As the name suggests, this hotel focuses on comfort and larger suite accommodations than similarly priced Strip hotels. It looks like a long chain of bungalows, surrounded by palm trees.
All rooms are called suites, because they are large enough to fit a living room area with an armchair, loveseat, coffee table and also a kitchenette area with table. The suites are categorized as Executive King (1 king bed), Executive Double (2 queen beds), or the Luxury 2-Bedroom Suite — which can hold up to 8 people, has a wet bar & refrigerator, dining table with chairs, couch and two armchairs, and 2 bathrooms.
Slots and video poker machines number around 860.
Table games (when the current Covid-19 closedown ends) are generally open from 11am to 3am. Just the classics of blackjack, craps, and roulette. As of Oct. 2019, they had $5 minimum bet games.
The Sports book and Race Book is operated by William Hill. You’ll find this immediately inside the main door.
If you’re playing, drinks are cheap, not complimentary. Reviews of the casino tend to be good, except for mentions of it being smoky. The nonsmoking area is in a corner past the sports book. For a smaller casino, people say it is inviting and has a good mix of gaming.
Tuscany Gardens — Upscale dining is offered here, with a full bar. With their Italian foods and wine, this spot has won numerous awards including Wine Spectator‘s Award of Excellence.
Pub 365 — Eat in or take out. Features 365 craft beers, traditional pub food plus their winning tacos.
Cafe Botega — Pick-up or room service orders, or dine in. Sandwiches, pastry, coffees.
Marilyn’s Cafe — Good old cafe standards, with always-breakfast, and some late-night specials.
The Tuscany is known for The Rat Pack, who entertain with their cover flair in the Piazza Lounge. Piano player, live comedy acts, Sinatra-era music for dancing spun on Sundays.