First let me say I'm amazed that the only other review is not good, but it's totally based on the person's luck playing VP. Are you kidding me? Why would any review be based on a little bad luck I ask. So let's have some straight talk. They offer the best VP in Las Vegas. Choose from Full pay (over 100% return) or the other great games at up to 99.8% How can that be bad? The food choices are excellent. T Bones is great for a upscale dinner, and we love the Yard House for all their food choices, even though we have just barely sampled from the HUGE menu. And you thought they only had a HUGE Beer offering. We especially love going at happy hour and fill ourselves up of the appetizers at the great happy hour prices. The buffet is OK, but hey it's a buffet and it's cheap. We normally only go there for breakfast and have our eggs made to order, and then sample some of the many other choices of meats, potatoes, etc. I think the change to the players club in the past year is a much better deal then the older one. And then they throw in an occasional multi-point day every now and then. At least one day per month is offered at the kiosk And we love the rooms too. So if you haven't stayed here.......you should plan to soon. DK in Florida
I've been to Vegas 4 times and always heard to go to Red Rock as they had the best VP. So this last time I spent the $50 cab ride to go. They have near about any kind of VP you want to play with large progressives for those rare hands like dealt RF and sequential RF's. But I got stomped. Signed up for a players card had a chance to win up to $500 in free play. Put the card in and what did I get............. $3 rofl. Blew about $2,800 playing single line DDB in 4 hours. Only got two quads dealt 8's and then 8's again on the same machine. I won't be going back.