Santa Fe Station

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For the Santa Fe, New Mexico railroad station, see Santa Fe Depot (Rail Runner station).
Santa Fe Station
Santa Fe Station logo.png
Address 4949 Rancho Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada
Opening date 1991
No. of rooms 200
Total gaming space 85,000 sq ft (7,900 m2)[1]
Casino type Land
Owner Station Casinos
Previous names Santa Fe Casino
Years renovated 2006, 2007
Website Santa Fe Station

Santa Fe Station is a locals casino located on Rancho Drive in Las Vegas, Nevada. The casino is owned by Station Casinos and is located on 36 acres (15 ha) of land.


The Santa Fe Casino was constructed in 1990 by Santa Fe Gaming. Veldon Simpson was the Project Architect and MB & H-Jim Adams (Design Architect). It was expanded in 1994.

The casino was acquired by Station Casinos for $205 million in June 2000[2] and renamed the Santa Fe Station.


The Santa Fe Station won the Best Locals Casino award for 2008 by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.


  1. ^ "Santa Fe Station". Retrieved 2008-11-14. 
  2. ^ Knightly, Arnold M. (2007-10-19). "GAMING COMMISSION: Station buyout approved". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Retrieved 2008-09-26. 

Coordinates: 36°15′00″N 115°14′41″W / 36.2500°N 115.2448°W / 36.2500; -115.2448