Red Rock Resort
While not advertised as a casino, per se, Red Rock Resort does include some gambling space, so don’t feel like you’re missing out if you choose to stay in this off the strip and largely away from the action hotel. What you will find here is Las Vegas luxury and plenty of spa services ñ just the thing for a relaxing day in the desert without the jingling of jackpots and the flurry of tourists.
Built in 2006, Red Rock already has quite a celebrity clientele. The rooms are spacious, with comfortable beds for you to lie back and relax in. You can take a few moments to take in the area with the floor to ceiling windows, perfect for star gazing or taking in a desert sunrise or sunset. But you don’t want to stay in your room, do you?
The interior of Red Rock is fair obvious ñ it has neutral tones that are suggestive of a Western theme and a desert ambiance. However, the crystal chandeliers that grace the ceilings make it feel more swanky than you might think. The overall layout of Red Rock is actually quite simple, which is a great relief if you’ve ever had to navigate some of the more complicated casinos and resorts in the area.
You can stop by the movie theater to see the latest flicks or you can head to the pool to simply relax and tan yourself silly. You might also want to look into the hiking possibilities in the area, as those who want to finally find nature among the glitz will need a little outdoor activity. To refuel, you can eat at Capriotti’s or at the Salt Lick BBQ.
Rooms at Red Rock Resort are fairly expensive, though their rates change often, so make sure to call the resort directly to see what kinds of deals you can find.