Red Rock Hotel

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Nestled on the western outskirts of the Las Vegas Valley is a little bit of natures majesty known as the Red Rock Canyon. Known for its beautiful red hue, the large canyon became a staple of Las Vegas tourist attractions. Taking cues from the popularity of this natural attraction, Station Casinos Inc built a property near the Red Rock Canyon, pulling the properties name directly from the canyon itself. Though Red Rock Resort is apart of the under-toned Station Casino chain and near 20 minutes from the heart of Sin City, you can bet you’ll get that Strip feel without dealing with the overbearing crowds. Red Rock Resort opened its 815 rooms to guests all of shapes and sizes in April of 2006. This AAA Four-Diamond resort quickly attracted a slew of eager guests, and it should come as no surprise considering what the property has to offer. Guest accommodations come in two variations - the standard Luxury Room and the oversized Luxury Suite. Despite being the standard rooms for the hotel, the Luxury Rooms are all but. When you step through the heavy doors of your room, you may think the hotel involuntarily upgraded you to a suite. A big, comfortable pillow-top mattress welcomes you to your private haven while the attached extravagant bathroom beckons. A deep soaking tub sets you up in a private getaway with an adjacent flat screen television. A surprising step up from the Luxury Rooms, the Luxury Suites come in at 1,545 sq-ft large. WIth the inclusion of a private master bedroom, the Luxury Suite offers both comfort and style. An upgrade from the Luxury Room bathroom, the Luxury Suite offers a marble-infused lavatory complete with a deep soaking tub. The suites attached parlor area houses a mosaic glass decorated bar, 65-inch high-definition TV, eight person dining table, and a separate powder room. The suite also includes a guest bedroom and bathroom, making it the perfect spot for friends to gather. As you make your way through the hotel, you’ll notice that signature luxury of the rooms spills out into the rest of the property. At the center of the Red Rock Resort is a pool fit for a tropical resort. One main pool is accented by the three acres of miniature pools, private cabanas, and scattered lounges. If a day of sun bathing has got you wanted to taste of the night life, Red Rock houses two top shelf bars and a lounge home to an assortment of live performances. Dining at the Red Rock is encouraged, with several in-house establishments offering a menu fit for this top class resort. T-Bones Chophouse and Lounge offers a slew of prime cuts of steak while Terra Rossa’s brings that authentic Italian feel to the Vegas desert. Japanese connoisseurs can take shelter in Hachi, which specializes in sushi plates. Fine dining is complimented by the resort’s lot of casual dining options, which include the famed Station Casino Feast Buffet and Grand Cafe and a full food court. Though it may be detached from the Las Vegas Strip quite a bit, the Red Rock Resort matches (and exceeds) the standards and amenities of some of Sin City’s finest. When you’re looking for that true Las Vegas experience without dealing with the headache of large crowds, obnoxious parties, and overpriced everything, make Red Rock your local of choice. Red Rock Casino Resort Spa Features :

  •     Family Rooms
  •     Wheelchair accessible
  •     Restaurant
  •     High-speed internet
  •     Luxury
  •     Resort
  •     Interior Corridor
  •     Spa
  •     Golf

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