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11011 West Charleston Blvd : Map | Gmap

» Nearby: Palace Station   Stratosphere   Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino  

History:

After much fanfare and opposition from locals, Red Rock Resort opened on April 19th, 2006. The hype says it's as good as anything you'll see on the Strip. With construction costs topping off at $925 Million Dollars, one can only visit and see for yourself.


Red Rock Cool Stuff:

Check out VT Superfriend Donnymac66's review of Red Rock



The Real Deal on Red Rock:

Red Rock is a very pretty property and one of the few locals targeted joints that we would consider spending the night at. The problem is that there there is squat to do out there other than goof around the video poker centric casino, bake by the pool or go to a movie. If you're looking for a resort getaway, that has a casino but none of the bustle Red Rock is a good option.


The Casino at Red Rock

Slots, video poker, craps, blackjack, baccarat, roulette, three card poker, spanish 21, let it ride, a big bingo room, keno, poker room, race and sports book


The Rooms at Red Rock

Nice rooms, we'd never stay here though... too far from the action and the $25/day resort fee is a major buzz kill. The rooms look nice though.


The Restaurants at Red Rock

Tons of dining options at Red Rock including: Ben & Jerry's, Cabo Mexican Restaurant, Capriotti's Sandwich Shop, Fatburger Fast Food, Feast Buffet, Grand Cafe, Hachi, LBS: A Burger Joint Coffee Shop, Panda Express, Rubio's Mexican, Sandbar, Starbucks, T-Bones Chophouse, Terra Rosa, Tropical Smoothies, Villa Pizza, Yard House


Reader Ratings & Reviews:

My Rating: 6 BCCableGuy posted on 14th April 2014 :

My goto off strip resort. Love the rooms, buffet is awesome and bowling is always a way to get aggression out after a rough patch on the floor.

My Rating: 4 Boeing1 posted on 21st August 2012 :

A nice change from the strip...great access to Red Rock Canyon.

My Rating: 4 runnerjon posted on 12th August 2010 :

Suite 180 nuf said

My Rating: 5 Rgiffen2 posted on 10th August 2010 :

Off strip with lot of luxury. Rooms are 4 to 5 stars, comfortable, roomy and a long walk if you get a room at the end of the hall. Decent buffet, decent casino, lousy drink service.

My Rating: 6 mlfeatherbee posted on 25th May 2010 :

Wow - worth the trip for a 2 night stay. The deepest tub I have ever seen in a Vegas hotel. Great games, food and service.

My Rating: 5 Jplan72 posted on 29th October 2009 :

Really like this Locals joint. Very new place and was very lucky here too. Buffet is great for the price.

My Rating: 5 vegas21er posted on 28th August 2009 :

Get away from it all. Head west young man, head west. Located @ 215 and Charleston Blvd. Beautiful scenery of Red Rock Canyon only a few minutes away. Good blackjack action, a locals favorite hangout. Keep your eyes open, many Vegas celebs are spotted here.

My Rating: 5 jester122 posted on 30th November 1999 :

one of the best experiences i had without gambling. everything was taken care of immediatley and with great precision. bit far from the strip but everything you would ever need can be found at this resort. cabs to the strip cost about 35-40 bucks. the best thing about this place is that spa access included in your $35 resort fee. there are also 12 different bars and lounges to drink at.

My Rating: 5 Jimmyvegas posted on 30th November 1999 :

Like GVR but better. Very contemporary feel and lots to do. Fantastic rooms and great staff.

My Rating: 6 thevegasvisitor posted on 30th November 1999 :

Visit this place if you can.

My Rating: 5 donnymac66 posted on 30th November 1999 :

Stayed at Red Rock for three days where the primary activity was golf. There are many great golf courses close to Red Rock. Fantastic room with a view of Red Rock canyon, awesome pool, hot cocktail waitresses and great bartenders at the sports book bar. We ate at Terra Rossa, The Feast Buffet, Grand Cafe and Turf Grill. They were all really good. Red Rock is a completely different Vegas experience, not as lively as the strip but a great overall experience.

My Rating: 5 justJoey posted on 30th November 1999 :

Never been, but looks swanky as hell. If it was on the Strip I would pay all the money to stay there. I hear great things about Salt Lick, the BBQ joint at RR.

My Rating: 6 Ronnievegas posted on 30th November 1999 :

Very high class establishment. Pit bosses and servers very friendly.The staff's in the casinos in Detroit should come visit this place to learn the properway to treat their customers.