I haven't stayed at the hotel, since I live in Las Vegas, but I wanted to comment on the buffet, Seasons.\r
Buffets in Las Vegas tend to be either low-budget and low-cost, or high-end and high-cost. This one is on the upper end of the quality and price scale, but you get what you pay for.\r
Service is attentive and friendly, ambience kind of modern hunting lodge decor. Very pleasant, particularly for a buffet.\r
Food choices are Italian, Asian, American and seafood. Crab legs (on the $18.99 dinner menu) are very popular and the crowds can result in some wait time, but the food quality is good and they're well-prepared, if not particularly imaginative. I have a thing for their strawberry shortcake, but be sure to get there well before the end of the serving time frame or you may find yourself left out of some of the desserts.\r
By the way, if you happen to be flying on Southwest, check for a 2-for-1 coupon on the Silverton ad.
Pros: Good food
Cons: Can result in wait at the buffet line