Las Vegas’ Luxury Red Rock Resort & Spa

About 10 miles from the Strip, Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa offers a luxury stay away from the chaos and close to the natural wonder that is Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Pull into the porte cochere after a 20-minute drive from the airport. Red Rock offers a complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport and the Strip. Get a sneak peek of the hotel tower from the porte cochere upon arrival. Check in to one of 815 rooms at the marble front desk. The lobby offers a warm atmosphere with ample seating and art.

Red Rock’s lobby welcomes guests with striking color schemes. The bedroom in a Grand Villasuite features aking bed, natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows, an arm chair and plush down bedding. The spacious bathroom in a Grand Villa features a wide vanity, monstrous mirror and a walk-in shower with rain shower heads and Swiss body spray bars. The bathroom boasts clean, white design with a standing tub and marble tile.

Grand Villa bathrooms offer designer toiletries by Gilchrist & Soames. A robe flanks the walk-in shower in a Grand Villa bathroom. Take a sneak peek at the whitewashed water closet. The Grand Villa bathroom comes complete with controls for a high-tech toilet.

The expansive Grand Villa living room is referred to as a parlor, complete with billiards, a bar, casino entertainment and relaxation. Relax with ample seating and a 65-inch High Definition Plasma TV. The Grand Villa dining area includes a marble table with seating for eight and artwork. A billiards table and bar offer recreation and communal space in a Grand Villa. A Grand Villa bar offers spirits, wine and another big-screen TV. The bar in a Grand Villa has name brand liquors on-hand.

A sneak peek at the butler kitchen. A Grand Villa offers a separate work space. Another bedroom in a Grand Villa shows a chaise lounge and great views. A chaise lounge in the Grand Villa offers window-side relaxation. A Grand Villa guest bathroom offers counter space, a large mirror and a walk-in shower. A Grand Villa patio features plush lounging and a plunge pool.

Take a dip in the private pool with room for the whole group. The patio includes a dining area with bar seating for five. Enter “One-Eighty,” a 7,500 square-foot two-bedroom suite.

The “One-Eighty” living area boasts ample seating on a long purple sofa and dark interiors. The living area in “One-Eighty” includes a billiards table and marble floors. The open space offers bright natural light from a wall of windows. High-powered binoculars offer enhanced views of Red Rock Canyon and the resort’s surroundings. A huge bedroom in a “One-Eighty” suite includes a Jacuzzi. A bedroom in a “One-Eighty” suite features a king bed with down bedding and Egyptian cotton sheets.

The glorified tub is set against a fireplace for the ultimate in luxury and romance. A reading chair in the bedroom offers relaxation with books and magazines on-hand. The bathroom in a “One-Eighty” suite features a wide double vanity and marble tile throughout. The fireplace stands between the bathroom and in-room bathtub. A double vanity in a “One-Eighty” bathroom feature vessel sinks and marble countertops.

The large closet of course includes a safe, iron and robe. The dining area in a “One-Eighty” suite seats eight surrounded by sharp black decor. Another living area in a “One-Eighty” suite offers a plush U-shaped sofa. A peek inside the butler kitchen in a “One-Eighty” suite.

A bar area in “One-Eighty” offers seating for 10 and a marble countertop. Fresh flowers and vases flank the bar in a “One-Eighty” suite. A peek at the art and broad windows in “One-Eighty”.

The guest bathroom in a “One-Eighty” suite features an artful sink. A “One-Eighty” suite patio features a giant wraparound couch overlooking the city. View Downtown Summerlin, a shopping, dining and entertainment area, from a “One-Eighty” suite.

A “One-Eighty” suite boasts an outdoor jacuzzi tub with breathtaking views of Red Rock Canyon. A standard room offers one king or two queen beds. This deluxe king features two chairs and more than 500-square-feet of space. The bathroom in standard rooms features marble tile throughout, and both a tub and walk-in shower. The bathroom in a standard bedroom has ample counter space and a small TV over the tub. “One-Eighty” bathrooms offer luxury Gilchrist & Soames toiletries.

Standard room include work spaces. Standard rooms offer water, spirits and snacks such as cookies, candy and nuts. Red Rock Casino offers blackjack, baccarat, craps and roulette; 3,000 machines, and a race and sports book. Nick Gomez, left, of Las Vegas, works on bets at the Red Rock sports book.

The Lucky Bar is shown behind a blackjack table at the casino. Sip on cocktails like the Cucumber Martini (left) or the Red Rock cocktail at Lucky Bar in the resort. The lobby of the spa displays promotional products for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Spa at Red Rock was named one of the Top 100 Resort Spas by ‘Conde Nast Traveler’ magazine, and offers two dozen treatments. The resort’s three-acre pool area is family-friendly.

Waterfall island is the focal point of the pool area. Guests can relax and sun bathe comfortably in the many lounge chairs on the deck. Red Rock hosts 19 private cabanas with a TV, seating under a fan and a fridge. The cabanas include a private dipping pool. The area offers swim-up gaming with poolside blackjack tables, and light fare and drinks at the poolside cafe, Sandbar. Guests can dine on rustic American fare at Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar.

A private dining area in Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar seats 12. A shellfish platter is served in Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar. Start with a Harvest Quinoa Salad at Hearthstone. Try stuffed dates wrapped in bacon at Hearthstone. An Orange Red Rock Sunset (left) and Primm’s 50 cocktails are served at Hearthstone.

Dine on steak and seafood at T-Bones Chophouse. The bar at T-Bones Chophouse offers live music Wednesdays through Saturdays. A towering Seafood Jackpot is served at T-Bones Chophouse. Indulge in a T-Bones 48-oz. Steak For Two at the Chophouse.

Or opt for Seared Atlantic Salmon at T-Bones. A White Cosmo (left) and a Moscow Mule are served at T-Bones’ bar. Dine on Asian fusion at 8 Noodle Bar. Vermicelli Noodles are served at 8 Noodle Bar. Try Tonkotsu Ramen at 8 Noodle Bar.

A Lychee Martini (left), Cowboys & Kimonos, and a Cucumber Martini are served at the Noodle Bar. The family-friendly offerings begin with movies. The resort hosts a 16-screen Regal Cinemas with IMAX as well. (Show your movie ticket at the bowling alley and score a free game). Guests can go bowling at Red Rock VIP Lanes. The bowling center offers 72 lanes, a lounge, game room and deli snack bar.

Bottle service is set up for a private party in the Red Rock VIP Lanes. The resort offers hourly child care at Kids Quest, an entertainment facility and play area. The supervised child care provider hosts arcade games, board games and more recreation in this vibrant atmosphere.