It had been a couple years since I last visited. I stayed for the 2nd weekend of March Madness. Red Rock has everything you could want but being 10 miles off the strip you avoid most of the Vegas craziness. The standard rooms a large and comfortable as is the bathroom. Depending on where your room is you may have a bit of walk from the elevators which are on one end of the property. The restaurant selection is really good. The cornerstone is T-bones, Vegas steakhouse. In addition is a formal Italian, casual American, sushi, noodle bar, and a couple chains (Yardhouse and Lucille’s). Large pool outside but on busy weekends and you want to reserve a cabana due so we’ll ahead of time. There is also a movie theater and bowling alley attached which are good family options. The Sportsbook has everything you need and is a good setup. Table games were plentiful, and didn’t have an issue getting a seat. It’s nice that that Black Jack tables all pay 3/2 for blackjack which is hard to find on the Strip. Mostly $10 minimum accept at times on the weekend where the cheapest table was $15. Overall, this is great place to stay with all the Vegas type options. If you do want to go to the Strip, you are probably looking at a $50-60 Uber each way so that can add up. Also, valet parking is free and if you are looking for a hike Red Rock canyon is near by with lots of trails. However, as of March you had to reserve a time in advance to get to Red Rock canyon which we didn’t do and only availability was in the afternoon. There were a lot of cars that were being turned around at the entrance without a reservation.…
We have stayed here twice in the past year. A nice well run resort with a good crowd, very good restaurants, nice property, great outdoor activities nearby and a very nice neighborhood, Lots to do nearby,
Beautiful property for a wedding we attended which had spectacular views on the terrace and inside the pavilion ballroom. Food at the wedding was exceptional as well. Hotel room were large with extremely comfortable beds. We also enjoyed the pool area on our final day and rented a cabana. The cabana amenities and service were great however I was taken bad when it wasn’t adult only and children from another cabana with swim diapers went into our private pool. I also want to point out the attentive, great staff who politely asked non-cabana guests to leave the area.
Never had a bad experience at the Red Rock. I have stayed here 5-6 times so far and will continue to. I can't recommend the place enough. If you get the chance to stay here you will not be disappointed.
I hate gambling and Las Vegas. But, my sister and her family live there and I wanted to visit. The Red Rock was tolerable. The slots and other games have their volumes set pretty low, the restaurants are fair, not great, but at least there's a few things to choose from. The room looked modern, but lacked a few things, like any sort of guide to the resort, garbage cans, and the mini fridge is full of stuff, you can't put anything in.
Went down to the pool at 9:35 am and was told I had to wait at the rope for 25 minutes until they opened. The attendant was not very friendly about it. She claimed they were setting up. But everything was set up already.
Had a great experience. Place was clean and well kept. The staff was friendly. Give this place a try. Prices were reasonable really no complaints check in and check out was a breeze. Glad I chose this spot!
Our travel team stayed here for a tournament in February. It's a huge property with lots of amenities. The kids were able to bowl, watch a movie and grab quick eats in the food court. The rooms are noisy and a little tired, but overall more than adequate. The hallway is LOOOONG with the elevators on one far end. It was a lot of steps to run back to the room to grab something. My main complaint wasn't the wrong room room service (knocked but we didn't accept the food, lol) at 2am, it was the air quality. My sinuses were burning within 24 hours and we didn't even visit the casino...this was just from passing through. It made for a really uncomfortable stay long after you left the area that was actually smokey. We specifically started looking for things to do away from the property which pretty much cancels the reason for staying here -- the family-friendly amenities. Didn't get to use the pools because it was still too cold, but loved the proximity to Red Rock Canyon. Still, wouldn't return.…
While we were waiting for our spa appointments, my sister and I laid out at Red Rock pool. The ladies, Lauren and Milica were a bright spot in our day, when we checked in poolside. They were professional, upbeat and a joy to come across!
Birthday Disappointment Booked the Red Rock Resort for my wife’s 50th b-day. What a disappointment! I called the hotel and stayed on hold for 15 minutes. Spoke with customer service & asked to have my 19yr old daughter placed on reservations. Rep said she could not help and transferred me to reservations for another 15-minute hold. I Explained to Bianca that my 19yr old daughter was driving from Orange California (Chapman University) 4hrs away to decorate our room and needed to check-in prior to us arriving Friday. Bianca was no help, said I needed to speak with the front desk and they were busy! I asked to be transferred, she said they won’t pick up and to call back. I explained that my daughter was arriving and that I needed to make sure this was handled and to transfer me. Low and behold a nice lady by the name of Guy picked up and I told her my daughter’s name needed to be added to the reservation. Our daughter arrived st 9:30 pm & the front desk said it was illegal to let her check in because they had a casino! No one said anything about this important fact prior, or I wouldn’t have had her drive there! I spoke with the assistant manager who had no empathy or concern about our 19 yr old that was in tears in Vegas without a room to check into. Her only suggestion was to try the JW Marriott because she said they “don’t have a casino”. However, they do and I explained that. I asked if there was anything I could do: send photos of my driver's lic etc. I just needed to make sure my daughter was safe. Her response was no, and she could do nothing to help us. So we were on our own. Called the MGM Resorts where I had stayed before and explained the situation …they had us send over IDs and solved the problem. Finally, at 11:30 pm my daughter was safe and in her room. Thank you, MGM for caring! Red Rock, not only do you need to train your staff on communicating important information like age minimums at check-in, hire reps and managers with some empathy!…