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Nevada 4822
Red Rock Casino/Hotel Las Vegas Review
(Updated: February 02, 2012)
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Red Rock Hotel/Casino Review (February 2010): Hotel/Casino located way out of the way away from the Las Vegas Strip, a "locals casino." Parking/Transportation: Didn't use their parking garage as I didn't have a rental. Used their "free" airport shuttle from the hotel to the airport. Had to rent a town car going to Red Rock from McCarran Airport because they only have the shuttle service at certain times during the day and real early evening as I arrived after 9 p.m. in Vegas. With the hotel being as far away as it is, there should be a 24 hour convenience shuttle to and from the airport. Coming back to the airport took around 45 minutes from the hotel! Gaming: Nice selection of slot machines, from old favorites like Goldfish, newer ones too. Very nice layout of machines. Didn't play much table games. Table games were placed mainly on the outside of the slot machines at the time I was there. Restaurants: Ate at the buffet. I was impressed with their varied selection. Rooms: I basically had a free room offer for two nights. Couldn't resist so had to take it. Normally this hotel charges resort fees of around $20 a night! But, with this package deal, in the fine print, it states that the Resort fees are waived. I was in for Super Bowl weekend. A lot of buzz in the hotel with people wearing their favorite sports teams NFL jerseys even if they weren't in the Super Bowl. RedRock, MGM & Whoever Else Wants to Charge Resort Fees - We do NOT want to pay Resort fees! Do I have to say it again? I will avoid staying at any Red Rock and MGM resort hotels as long as you charge these Resort fees. Harrah's doesn't charge any Resort fees, guess I will be staying with them more often!
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