Century Suncoast 16

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West Las Vegas

The 16-screen theatre at the Suncoast is a popular choice among Summerlin residents, while Vegas cineastes willing to make the trek also enjoy the CineArts series, which includes anywhere from one to three independent and foreign films. Cinemark also runs a number of other movie theatres in the city, all based in casinos and all specialising in mainstream fare. Among them are the Century 18 Sam's Town (547 7469), the Century Stadium 16 Rancho Santa Fe (655 8178) and the Century 16 South Point (260 4061).

Venue name: Century Suncoast 16
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Address: Suncoast
Suncoast
9090 Alta Drive
Las Vegas

Cross street: at N Rampart Boulevard
Transport: Bus 207
Price: Admission $9.50-$9.75; $6 reductions; $6.75 before 6pm.
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