AAA Four Diamond Vegas Resort
From Las Vegas, it’s a short drive to the desert, where Joshua trees and rocky peaks etch a jagged line across the sky and the distantly glowing Strip looks like a neon mirage. Red Rock Casino Resort Spa occupies 70 acres of this starkly beautiful landscape. Though situated about 25 minutes from the heart of Vegas, the resort has all of the extravagant offerings Sin City is known for. In addition to the casino and resort, there are a dozen dining options, a bowling alley, an IMAX movie theater, and a venue for concerts by popular artists such as Toby Keith and John Legend.
Nineteen cabanas surround the pool area, which features a swim-up gaming station and poolside bar serving cocktails and burgers. Indoors, the casino is equipped with more than 3,000 slot machines and video poker games, as well as tables for blackjack and roulette. No-limit poker tournaments take place 24/7, allowing gamers to start and end each day with a nourishing bowl of poker chips.
The resort’s 12 restaurants cook up everything from burgers to haute cuisine. Some of the eateries, such as Hachi Japanese Restaurant, have been voted Best of Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The eatery can pair 30 different types of sake with signature rolls, including the Marijane made with crispy coconut shrimp in a mango puree.
Two-night stay for two adults in a deluxe room; up to two kids stay free!
Travel Window: June 25–September 10
- $165 for Sunday–Wednesday check in with $50 credit to the poolside bar, Sandbar
Travel Window: September 11–November 20
- $210 for Sunday–Wednesday check in, with $50 spa credit
- $260 for Thursday–Saturday check in, with $50 spa credit
Travel Window: November 21, 2012–January 7, 2013
- $165 for Sunday–Wednesday check in, with $50 spa credit
- $190 for Thursday–Saturday check in, with $50 spa credit
Included in all options:
- Two breakfast buffets
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