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Red Rock Resort Casino & Spa

Hotel Contact:
11011 West Charleston Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89135
United States
Main: 702-797-7777
Email: Email Hotel Jessica Baran
Vice President of Luxury Sales: Jessica Baran
Elite Rating
Planner Rating:
Chain Station Hotels & Casinos
Opened 2006
Renovated 2014
Guest Rooms 796
Kings/Suites/Doubles 327 / 87 / 388
Room Rates High $179 - 2000 Low $75 - 1500
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season
Max Group Size 700


Resort Fee $39
Room Tax 13%
Sales Tax 8.25%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 20,000ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 72,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 100,000ft²

Airport Proximity

McCarran International Airport
20 min 18 miles (23 km)


Conference center
audiovisual equipment and staff
wireless internet access
event planning
complimentary self- and valet parking.


Full-service casino
72-lane bowling center
movie theater
24-hour fitness center
food court
11 restaurants
and Red Rock Adventures such as canyon hikes
horseback riding
Lake Mead kayaking
mountain biking
rock climbing
and cycling.


City National Arena
Las Vegas Ballpark
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Grand Canyon
and all the attractions of downtown Las Vegas and the Strip
including thrill rides
and shopping.
Onsite Dining: Capacity
8 Noodle Bar
American Rustic
Mexican Fusion
T-Bones Chophouse & Lounge
Steak House
The Yard House

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $25-35 Cont. $17
Lunch Buffet $35-45 Plated $30
Dinner Buffet $65-95 Plated $65
Coffee Break $5-10
2-Hour Open Bar $40
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Capacity Charts
Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
Canyon View A 103 14.4 x 36.9 4 1,106 48 x 123 14 48 80 60 120 24 42 42 0
Canyon View B 103 14.4 x 36.9 4 1,106 48 x 123 14 48 80 60 120 24 42 42 0
Charleston Ballroom 836 33.6 x 24 5 9,000 112 x 80 16 600 1,250 600 990 45 40 50 42
Hills 90 13.4 x 6.7 4 968 44 x 22 14 42 60 60 100 24 24 30 0
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Property News
Station Casinos investing more than $35 Million in Red Rock Resort New restaurant offerings and other renovations to be unveiled throughout 2014
Posted July 22, 2014
LAS VEGAS, NV (April 14, 2014)—Station Casinos LLC will invest more than $35 million this year in its flagship property, Red Rock Resort, by introducing four new restaurant concepts, as well as enhancing other venues and amenities within the resort.
Station Casinos investing more than $35 Million in Red Rock Resort New restaurant offerings and other renovations to be unveiled throughout 2014
Posted April 14, 2014
LAS VEGAS, NV (April 14, 2014)—Station Casinos LLC will invest more than $35 million this year in its flagship property, Red Rock Resort, by introducing four new restaurant concepts, as well as enhancing other venues and amenities within the resort.

Highlights of the $35 million-plus reinvestment include:

Four new restaurants:
• Mercadito Red Rock: The Sandoval brothers of Chicago are bringing their award-winning authentic and creative Mexican cuisine to Las Vegas. The menu will expertly blend traditional Mexican fare with creative interpretations of local and seasonal ingredients and will offer a beverage menu that includes unique variations of classic cocktails and an extensive tequila list. Mercadito was named by Zagat in 2013 as one of “America’s Hottest Mexican Restaurants" and was recognized by USA Today for serving one of the “country’s ten best margaritas.”
• The Light Group: A new neighborhood dining experience featuring a farmer’s market-inspired small plates menu with simple, seasonal and sustainable ingredients paired with masterfully hand-crafted beers and an extensive wine list. The restaurant will be managed by The Light Group, a leading hospitality development and management company under the direction of Executive Chef and Partner Brian Massie.
• New Italian Restaurant: The Company will develop a new contemporary and casual Italian restaurant that will replace the existing Terra Rossa Italian restaurant.
• Noodle Bar: Red Rock’s culinary team has also developed a noodle bar concept that will be located between the Grand Café and the High Limit gaming room and will offer a lively interactive dining experience featuring noodle bowls, dim sum and specialty fried rice.

Creation of Restaurant Row at Red Rock: The new restaurant venues will be built along the property’s Charleston Boulevard casino entrance complete with outdoor entrances and patios. These restaurants will be linked by a pedestrian walkway to create connectivity for guests to walk along all five restaurant locations including the existing Lucille’s Bar-B-Que and Yard House. Outdoor patios and water features will be prominently featured throughout the new design.

The Shops at Summerlin Connector: A new parking section with a public drop off area located off Summerlin Centre Dr. will offer guests convenience from the soon-to-open The Shops at Summerlin to the casino.

In addition to the new amenities, Red Rock will also undergo a number of other enhancements which will include:

T-bones Chophouse: The newly renovated steakhouse will feature a stylish refurbishment including all new furniture, carpet, drapes and additional artwork.
Resort suite upgrades: 26 of Red Rock Resort’s incredible suites ranging in size from 1,500 square feet up to 6,500 square feet will receive a complete transformation.
The Spa at Red Rock: The 25,000 square foot spa and salon will undergo a complete renovation.

Over the past year, Red Rock also opened Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que restaurant; retrofitted the former CHERRY nightclub into event space and renovated the hotel lobby with a chic new look as well as Lucky Bar into a sleek, verandah-style space with retro-modern décor.

The development schedule commences immediately and will be staggered over the next eight months with all venues expected to be fully completed and operational by the fourth quarter of 2014.

Red Rock Resort opened in April 2006 and has earned numerous local and national accolades including being named to Conde Nast magazine’s Hot List of the world’s top new hotels; annual recognition by AAA as a four-diamond rated resort; ranked annually among the “Best Hotels In Las Vegas” by U.S. News & World Report, named “Best Locals Hotel” by the readers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal and named “Casino of the Year” in 2012 by the Academy of Country Music.

Located 10 miles west of the Strip in Summerlin, Red Rock Resort is a four-diamond AAA-rated luxury resort that features more than 800 guest rooms and suites, a 25,000 square foot spa, a collection of restaurants and a food court, a spectacular pool area, movie theatres, bowling at Red Rock Lanes, live entertainment venues and a full array of gaming including table games, slots and video poker, a race and sports book as well as poker, bingo and keno rooms. The resort is located at 11011 West Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nev., 89135. To learn more about Red Rock Resort, please call (702) 797-7777 or visit, or

PHOTO: Conceptual rendering of Restaurant Row at Red Rock
Conventions find focus off the Strip (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Posted July 7, 2008
By Benjamin Spillman, Las Vegas Review-JournalMcClatchy-Tribune Regional News

Feb. 19--When video game artists emerged from darkened meeting rooms at a recent convention in Las Vegas, it was the sunlight pouring into the conference room -- not the many martinis poured down their throats -- that was responsible for overwhelming their tender, blinking eyes.

The 700 or so gamers were sequestered in the convention center at Red Rock Resort, a $1 billion hotel-casino more than 10 miles west of the Strip.

They peered through Red Rock Resort's floor-to-ceiling windows at the reddened Aztec sandstone cliffs west of Las Vegas as opposed to the Strip's landscape of concrete, crowds and chaos.

That's exactly what Joseph Olin, the man in charge of keeping the gamers on task, envisioned when he moved the 7-year-old DICE Summit away from the Hard Rock Hotel, which is just off the Strip, to the upscale calm of Red Rock Resort.

"They have short attention spans," Olin said of the video game artists. That's why Red Rock was a good fit for the group, which included creators and artists behind blockbuster video game titles like "World of Warcraft" and "Halo 3."

"They are responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars," Olin added. "People get distracted. The late-night party atmosphere would go into the next morning."

Communities outside Las Vegas have long used the lure of a calm, productive environment to position their properties as the anti-Strip to try to lure serenity-seeking professionals.

Locally, Station Casinos' Green Valley Ranch Resort in Henderson and Red Rock Resort have joined JW Marriott Las Vegas as top off-Strip destinations for out-of-town companies to hold events.

Clients of Station's upscale meeting properties include PepsiCo, Audi, Wells Fargo, American Express, Citibank and Microsoft Corp.

But there's room for more. With conventions attracting about 6.2 million people to Las Vegas in 2007, there is opportunity to increase the off-Strip niche's share of the pie, said Chuck Schwartz, chairman of Convexx, a convention production company in Las Vegas.

"Personally, I think there is a tremendous opportunity," said Schwartz, a veteran of the Las Vegas convention scene with major shows like the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show, which occupies about 1 million square feet at the Strip-centric Las Vegas Convention Center and Las Vegas Bike Fest at the Cashman Center near downtown.

"The Strip can be a turnoff to some meetings, particularly small ones, religious, medical," Schwartz said. "But Vegas isn't a turnoff."


From 2001 to 2006, the number of convention visitors to Las Vegas increased from 5 million to 6.3 million. The amount they spent, not including gambling losses, increased from $5.8 billion to $8.2 billion, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

And from 2002 to 2006, the amount of available convention space in the Las Vegas area increased from 8.9 million to 9.5 million square feet.

The convention authority doesn't categorize space by market niche, but its figures report the leading properties away from the resort corridor bounded by Sahara Avenue, Russell Road, Paradise Road and Valley View Boulevard are South Point, with 150,000 square feet; JW Marriott with 109,000; and Red Rock Resort with 70,000 -- 94,000 including public space.

There is also an abundance of properties with a few hundred to more than 40,000 square feet.

In comparison, the area's largest convention centers, such as the Las Vegas Convention Center, Sands Expo and Convention Center and Mandalay Bay Convention Center, have 2.2 million, 1.2 million and 1.7 million square feet, respectively.

The disparity between the Strip's largest venues and those at off-Strip properties is important for event coordinators.

At a large venue such as Mandalay Bay, an event with several hundred people might be treated as filler between major conventions and trade shows.

In a smaller resort, even an upscale venue like Red Rock Resort, event attendees can get red-carpet treatment.

"They are a very big fish in a small pond," said Veronica Kistner, vice president of sales for Green Valley Ranch Resort and Red Rock Resort. "In a Strip property they might have several groups at one time."

The video gamers, for example, occupied the majority of Red Rock Resort's rooms during their three-day event this month. At a larger Strip property they would fill a much smaller percentage of the room inventory.

Kistner said Station actively cultivated the off-Strip convention niche at Red Rock Resort based on what the company learned after it opened Green Valley Ranch Resort in 2001.

Green Valley opened with just 10,000 square feet of meeting space, it added 40,000 square feet in 2004 and 15,000 in 2006. Red Rock Resort opened with its full complement of meeting space.

"At that point you could see the direction the property was headed," Kistner said.

Red Rock Resort also included separate entrances for the convention center and made sure convention space was close to the hotel desk and towers.

The emphasis helps Red Rock Resort attract companies that might otherwise leave the Strip for non-Las Vegas venues and keep them in Las Vegas.

"If you are looking for a Scottsdale, (Ariz.), or Palm Desert, (Calif.), type of experience you can find that in Las Vegas," Kistner said.
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Station Casinos Bets on MTechs HotSOS to Provide Winning Guest Service at 11 Hotels
Posted May 28, 2008
For Station Casinos Inc., owner and operator of 11 hotels located throughout the Las Vegas Valley, each property and its guests will always win thanks to a recent system-wide rollout of MTechs Internet-based Hotel Service Optimization System (HotSOS, pronounced hot sauce) solution. HotSOS connects service staff to each other, guests, groups and meeting planners"thus streamlining guest-services workflow and maximizing guest satisfaction.

Station Casinos properties that will soon spice up service with HotSOS include: Green Valley Ranch Resort, Spa & Casino, Palace Station Hotel & Casino, Boulder Station Hotel & Casino, Sunset Station Hotel & Casino, Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino, Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel, Aliante Station Casino & Hotel (scheduled to open by the end of 2008), Fiesta Rancho Casino Hotel, Fiesta Henderson Casino Hotel and Wild Wild West Gambling Hall & Hotel.

We opened Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa two years ago with HotSOS, said Michael Grisar, Station Casinos Corporate Vice-President Hotels. We instantly realized the value that HotSOS brought to the property, and it soon became a must-have solution for our remaining ten hotels which do not have an automated guest-response solution in place.

HotSOS has already helped Red Rocks team members to focus their attention on immediate guest requests and become more proactive in creating work orders to reduce the overall wear and tear of this amazing facility, he said. For some of our older properties, however, HotSOS will be an invaluable tool " especially when used in conjunction with MTechs preventive-maintenance tool in the near future.

Grisar said the companys plan is to install HotSOS beginning with the Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino, which went live in May, and adding a property every two weeks. Once the HotSOS roll out is complete, training will begin on the PM module, which already is in use at Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa.

Enterprise operations
In conjunction with the HotSOS roll out, Station Casinos also is migrating its entire property PBX operations to its new state-of-the-art Call Center. The facility, opened in December 2007, serves as headquarters for Station Casinos Centralized-Reservations operations for all 11 hotels. Beginning in June, the PBX team from the Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino will move to the offsite facility. Every two weeks thereafter, an additional propertys PBX team will relocate to the Call Center with completion due for September 2008.

Only HotSOS can work in tandem with remote PBX operations to support an enterprise of this magnitude, said MTech President Luis Segredo. Data from 11 individual hotel property-management systems will be brought together at the Call Center for seamless operations. Guest requests will be entered into HotSOS by the hotels proprietary PBX operator, and then dispatched -- via a wireless device like a pager or cell phone -- to the Team Member at the specified property responsible.

By making our team members jobs easier through the usage of HotSOS, they will in turn be able to provide heightened, superior level of service to our guests, Grisar said.

Thanks to MTech and HotSOS, Station Casinos is leveling the playing field by providing a winning experience for all " the house wins and so do our guests " every time, he said.

About Station Casinos Inc.
Station Casinos, Inc. is the leading provider of gaming and entertainment to the residents of Las Vegas, Nevada. Station's properties are regional entertainment destinations and include various amenities, including numerous restaurants, entertainment venues, movie theaters, bowling and convention/banquet space, as well as traditional casino gaming offerings such as video poker, slot machines, table games, bingo and race and sports wagering. Station owns and operates Red Rock Casino Resort Spa, Palace Station Hotel & Casino, Boulder Station Hotel & Casino, Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino, Wildfire Casino and Wild Wild West Gambling Hall & Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel and Fiesta Rancho Casino Hotel in North Las Vegas, Nevada, and Sunset Station Hotel & Casino, Fiesta Henderson Casino Hotel, Magic Star Casino, Gold Rush Casino and Lake Mead Lounge in Henderson, Nevada. Station also owns a 50% interest in Green Valley Ranch Station Casino, Barley's Casino & Brewing Company and The Greens in Henderson, Nevada and a 6.7% interest in the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. In addition, Station manages Thunder Valley Casino near Sacramento, California on behalf of the United Auburn Indian Community. The Company has been named four years in a row by FORTUNE Magazine among its 100 Best Companies to Work For, To learn more about the Company, visit

About MTech
Since 1993, MTech has developed and installed solutions to help hotels work smarter " not harder. The company is on track to double its client base to more than 1,200 hotels this year with the introduction of HotSOS (pronounced hot sauce) " comprising a suite of Internet-enabled, enterprise-level quality and customer relationship management applications available on a subscription basis. The companys Espresso! client server/site-based quality management software suite and PM-Works Internet-based preventive maintenance-centric solution (also integrated as a subset of HotSOS) have been market leaders for more than a decade. MTechs solutions are uniquely positioned and proven to help hotels improve communications, increase productivity, and maximize guest satisfaction. Unique telephone, email and alphanumeric paging interfaces improve overall workflow and communication between departments and streamline data collection and dispatching processes. Production, sales, pre-installation, and ongoing world-class service and support are provided from the companys headquarters in Miami. For more information on the company, please visit