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|Green Valley Ranch|
Green Valley Ranch in 2007
|Location||Henderson, Nevada, U.S.|
|Address||2300 Paseo Verde Parkway|
|Opening date||December 18, 2001|
|No. of rooms||495|
|Total gaming space||143,891 sq ft (13,367.9 m2)|
|Signature attractions||The Beach
Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca
Hank's Fine Steaks
Green Valley Ranch is a hotel, casino, and spa located in the masterplanned community of the same name within Green Valley community in Henderson, Nevada. It is owned and operated by Station Casinos.
The property offers 8 restaurants, a 143,891 sq ft (13,367.9 m2) casino, The Spa at Green Valley Ranch, 65,000 square feet of convention space and 495 guest rooms and suites. While a locals casino, the property was designed with an upscale element and draws many out-of-town visitors. The hotel is adjacent to The District, a mixed-use development.
The District at Green Valley Ranch was added as a multi-use project directly to the east of the resort in April 2004. The property includes retail stores and restaurants on the first level and luxury condominiums on the upper levels, as well as standalone restaurants and commercial office buildings. A second phase of the District was opened in August 2005, further to the east, and includes retail shops and commercial office space. The Perlman Design Group designed the project.
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