A new Casino Resort opening next week will offer an alternative for those wanting to experience the luxury of a Las Vegas resort without the non-stop action of the Las Vegas Strip.
Red Rock Station is located fifteen minutes west of Las Vegas at Red Rock Canyon, making it the first billion-dollar resort to be built off the Las Vegas Strip. The striking red sandstone formations of Red Rock Canyon, which has long been a popular scenic destination for hikers and rock climbers, inspired the contemporary, desert-modern design of the property.
In a city not afraid to push the limits of excess, the resort has once again raised the standard of indulgence in Las Vegas and features the most expensive (per key) rooms ever built in the area.
- Red Rock Station will add 414 rooms to Las Vegas with an additional 436 rooms scheduled to open by the end of the year.
- The hotel was deigned to be a cosy, intimate retreat with a boutique feel. A separate hotel entrance will allow guests to access rooms without having to cross the casino floor.
- Standard room features include 42” high-definition plasma televisions, iPod docking stations, automated private bars and 15” LCD televisions in the bathrooms. All rooms have views over Red Rock Mountains or the Las Vegas Strip.
- The three-acre pool ‘backyard’ includes swim-up blackjack tables.
- Red Rock Station will feature one of the biggest spas in Las Vegas. In addition to offering traditional spa treatments and services it also offers a lap pool, yoga garden and adventure activities, ranging from rock climbing to white water rafting.
- Custom built chandeliers in the casino will sparkle from over one million Swarovski crystals.
- The property will feature nine restaurants and a food court with diverse food and price points to satisfy all cravings and budgets.
- Nightclub aficionado Rande Gerber has designed a nightclub for the resort called ‘Cherry’.
- Entertainment options include a 16-screen movie theatre complete with private viewing-boxes.
- Red Rock Station will cater for families with Kids Quest, a specially-designed floor-to-ceiling maze and play structure including tunnels, slides, stairs, ramps, nets, talking tubes and periscopes.
- The property will employ more than 2,600 people.