Lucky Club Hotel & Casino is located on Cheyenne Avenue just east of Interstate 15 in North Las Vegas. It was not rebranded as Lucky Club until 2008; its previous names have included Budget Hotel Inn, Cheyenne Hotel, Ramada Hotel and Speedway Casino. Lucky Club is sister casino of Silver Nugget, and the two happen to have a lot in common.
Lucky Club has a small casino with a bingo hall and four blackjack tables. There are about 300 slots and video poker machines in the casino as well as a small sportsbook. There is little to do at Lucky Club beyond gambling, as the property mainly appeals to North Las Vegas locals. The primary non-gaming activity here is karaoke. The crowd is working class and the property offers no amenities and is on the run-down side.
Like Silver Nugget, Lucky Club has only four table games. All of them are six-deck blackjack with $1 minimums and is $100 maximums. Blackjack pays 3-2 here, and players may double down before and after splitting. The dealer hits soft 17.
Lucky Club was also once home to $1 craps, but unfortunately for players, the craps table was removed in 2017.
Lucky Club does not have any video poker machines that return more than 98%; we could not find any and VPFree2 confirms this.
Lucky Club built a new bingo section by the table game pit that seats about 50 people. There are five games on most days of the week with the first one beginning at 11:15 AM.
There is a small sportsbook operated by William Hill on the east end of the property. It is one of the more dated William Hill betting shops. Bettors can make wagers at the counter or make deposits and withdrawals for the William Hill betting app at Lucky Club.
Lucy’s Bar and Grill is the only dining option at Lucky Club. It opens at 7 AM on weekdays and is open 24 hours on weekends.
There is a standard breakfast menu. Lunch and dinner include burgers, sandwiches, soup and salads. There is a daily $9.99 steak and lobster dinner. There is a $4.99 daily special. On weekends, it is prime rib.
There are no lounges or concert venues at Lucky Club. The closest thing they have is karaoke on weekends, which is sometimes held at Lucy’s Bar and Grill.
There are a total of 118 hotel rooms at Lucky Club. Both smoking and nonsmoking rooms are available with rates starting at $35 for a room with two double beds or one king. The price triples for a suite. Lucky Club does not have a resort fee. It has few amenities.