Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa Casino Hot
Offer #1 - Buy one Feast Buffet, get a second Feast Buffet free. Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to buffet cashier to redeem. Valid Sunday-Wednesday, cannot be redeemed on holidays or combined with other offers. Expires 12/21/2017.
Offer #2 - Receive $20 in food for only $10 at the Grand Cafe. Must present the original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to server before ordering. Excludes alcohol, valid for dine-in only. Not valid on holidays. Expires 12/23/2017.
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Open: 7am-12am (Sun-Thurs)/7am-1am (Fri-Sat)
The slot card obtained at Green Valley Ranch may be used at some other Station casinos: Aliante Station, Boulder Station, Palace Station, Red Rock Station, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, and Texas Station. The points earned at any of these casinos can be used at any of the other casinos.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1/1||$1/1 ($4/1)|
Note: Full-pay video poker machines require $4 of coin-in to earn one slot point.
None, but points may be redeemed for free slot play.
Free play: $1 free play/1000 points
Minimum: 5000 points
Increments: 1000 points
Using free play we can construct the following table:
Scrip: None, but slot points can be redeemed for items at many outlets by swiping your players card. 600 points = $1 of merchandise.
Food: At most restaurants, you can let your server swipe your players card for payment. Food court eateries usually don't have the proper machinery and require a voucher from the players club or kiosk for payment. The rate used is 600 points = $1 of food at Station-owned restaurants and 1000 points = $1 of food at all other restaurants.
Room Reservations: (866) 782-9487
Rooms: 200 Price Range: $80-$280
Suites: 45 Price Range: $180-$750
Restaurants: 8 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B-$10.49/$19.99 (Sunday) L-$12.99
D- $18.99/$32.99 (Friday)/$21.99 (Saturday)
Casino Size: 134,681 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Caribbean Stud Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker
Senior Discount: Various promotions Wednesdays if 50 or older.
Overnight RV Parking: No
Special Features: Buffet discount for Players Club members.
not just another salad dressing
The farther away a station casino is from the strip, the better it gets. Huge casino with plenty of full pay, progressive and 100% video poker. The poker room usually has some promos going on and is very friendly and comfortable. The buffet is outstanding and inexpensive. All this in a very nice hotel.
Fancy Place, Best Buffet off the Strip
As a previous reviewer stated, this is a fancy Station Casino. I usually don't game much or stay at the hotel, but I do go here for the buffet when I'm in town.
In my opinion this place has the best buffet off of the strip (M Resort is close) and it's pretty affordable in comparison to other buffets of its caliber.
If you can catch a good promo, the hotel would be worth a stay at.
Green Valley Ranch Resort
The Green Valley Ranch Resort is one of the fancier Station casinos. It has a huge casino floor (like most Station casinos) and a very nice buffet restaurant. The last time we dropped by we played awhile and were getting ready to leave to have dinner somewhere else when we noticed a promotion they were running which gave free buffets for same day play. We had played enough to qualify for the buffets so we stayed and had a very nice free meal.
Huge classy casino
Visited here July 2005. Loved this place. Parking is very easy. Self park in garage and walk straight in.
Many food choices. Drinks come fast and easy. All the staff here are very nice.
Did good playing the slots. Star Wars pennies was the best and most fun. I kept getting the bonus round. Played roulette and did okay.
The casino is so huge and spread out. I got turned around and had to ask for help getting out. It wasn't crowded when we were there on a Thursday morning.
We didn't stay at the hotel but did join the players club when we first arrived. Never got anything in the mail, nor email from them. We would've gone back last trip to Vegas if we'd had some incentive.
My wife and I have stayed at the GVR six times in the last two years, and it is our favorite resort in the Vegas area.
Location is great. Far enough away, yet close enough to Strip. Great food, Terrific shopping (The District).
I love the cozyness of this place. The fitness center (free to guests) is top rate. The whole facility is very comfortable and welcoming.
An Upscale Alternative to Strip
We have stayed at GVR twice on marketing offers and love the rooms though rack rates combined with the resort fee is over a budget. The rooms are spacious, 450 sf, well appointed and the baths have separate glass enclosed showers with separate tub.
The buffet is very good and the number of fine dining alternatives have recently increased with the expansion of the casino. My favorite restaurant are China Spice for upscale Chinese food and Il Fornaio for Northern Italian.
The pool area is really nice and it includes a sandy beach. The District, shopping and entertainment area, is adjacent to the casino/hotel.
FPVP is offered though Station Casinos uniformly has reduced earned comps to ridiculously low levels.