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Red Rock or Green Valley ?

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Red Rock or Green Valley ?

I like getting off the strip now and then and we are going to spend a few nites at the Bellagio and then move off-strip for 2 nites. I usually choose the M Casino and I really like it there alot, but am at least entertaining the idea of staying at one of the above places. I like almost everything at the M including rooms, food,cocktail service etc. We play table games only and like the rules and the missus likes the lower minimums. Anyone think we might prefer one to the other based on this info? Thanks in advance for any thoughts!

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1. Re: Red Rock or Green Valley ?

I've stayed at both and they're both great; clean, neat, well laid out, good choices of food onsite, good gaming.

RR is a bit newer and more upscale than GVR. Rooms are a bit bigger also. It's also more expensive, so i'm not the only one who thinks it's nicer!

I've never stayed at M, but from the looks of the rooms on the website it appears to be a more modern, sleeker type of design, which is closer to RR than GVR.

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If you like the decor at the M, then you would probably prefer Red Rock over GVR. However, both are excellent properties. I've stayed at both M and GVR, not sure which I prefer, two very different sorts of properties. I do like the fact that at GVR you have The District right there, full of shops and restaurant options other than just those at the hotel/casino.

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I like them both but for a variety of reasons mostly because I do more things in the GVR neighborhood I am there more often.

That said I think RR is the superior property.

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Red Rock has an awesome pool and that would be my choice.

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RR is more modern as others have said. I've never stayed at GVR but have gone out there to walk around and I do want to stay there some time. I like the restaurants near by and think there is more around it and you could get off site to eat elsewhere (Claim Jumpers is nearby and the shopping area has a lot of options) I personally don't mind the "classic" decor and think it's pretty. There pool is definitely smaller than at RR.

I've stayed at RR a myriad of times and I do love it. You have so many good restaurants on site.....everything from cheap food court to Yard House to fancier, more pricey options. The movie theater and bowling are nice additions and I do looooooove their pool. Oh, and if you gamble there are blackjack tables outside. I love this because my perfect day is to lay at the pool but my husband likes to play a bit. He'll go play for a while, I'll walk over, get a free drink, and then go relax in my lounger while he plays.

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6. Re: Red Rock or Green Valley ?

Red Rock has the edge.

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7. Re: Red Rock or Green Valley ?

Both have their merits. I had a great big room with a huge terrace overlooking the pool at GVR the one time I stayed there and just paid for the standard. But Red Rock is more modern and upscale both in common areas and the rooms. I prefer Red Rock, but I do think the GVR neighborhood has a little more to do.

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