The new guest service center at Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino — Photo courtesy of Silver Sevens Hotel & CasinoLet’s be honest: Terrible’s is really a terrible name for a hotel and casino.
Following an extensive $7 million dollar renovation, Terrible’s Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas officially changed its name on July 1st to Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino. The off-Strip property’s iconic cowboy neon signage was uninstalled back in May and donated to the Neon Museum in preparation for the transition, which according to Silver Sevens Vice President and General Manager David Nolan, showcases “all the updated amenities today’s customers seek with a vintage attitude towards unbeatable customer service.”
The new 330-square-foot Tower Rooms at Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino come with two queen beds or one king bed — Photo courtesy of Silver Sevens Hotel & CasinoEnhancements to the casual casino property include new furniture and bathroom fixtures in its 327 spacious guest rooms, a fully renovated race and sports book operated by William Hill, new slot machines on its state-of-the-art casino floor, the new Corona Cantina bar, a new hospitality suite and a new guest service center.
The property also boasts a 195-seat bingo room, a lushly landscaped pool area with hot tub, a 24-hour fitness center and two restaurants: the renamed S7 Buffet and 24-hour Sterling Spoon Café, the latter of which offers an exclusive menu featuring delicious steaks, seafood and spirits every Friday and Saturday from 6-10 pm in its “Back Room.”
Located at 4100 Paradise Road, Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino offers out-of-town guests, as well as those looking for a staycation, an affordable lodging option that’s only three blocks away from the Strip. As an added bonus for travelers, free shuttle service is available to and from McCarran International Airport. For more information, or to make a reservation, visit the hotel website.