Las Vegas has a lot to offer when it comes to dining and hotels. If you are looking for a hotel that combines diverse dining options with sumptuous accommodations, the valley has many resorts that fit that criteria. From The Strip to the suburbs, these resorts have every type of restaurant from affordable food court spots to exquisite fine dining establishments.
Red Rock Casino Resort Spa
11011 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89135
The Red Rock Resort is located west of downtown Las Vegas in Summerlin. Locals looking for a great night or day on the town will find a variety of entertainment, relaxation and dining options at this AAA Four Diamond Award-winning resort. The Red Rock Resort has everything from quick-serve to fine dining. For a high-end steakhouse experience, try T-Bones Chophouse, or if sushi is more your thing, try the modern Japanese cuisine at Hachi. Of course, no Las Vegas hotel would be complete without a buffet and the menu at The Feast will take you around the world. The resort also features a food court plus eight other restaurants.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
If there is one hotel on the Strip worth the trip for locals and tourists alike, it is The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. This boutique hotel features the hippest in gaming, shopping, entertainment and dining. From the individuated dishes of the Wicked Spoon buffet to the rock n’ roll experience at STK, The Cosmopolitan is definitely the place to dine. The dining lineup at Cosmopolitan consists of 14 restaurants including chef Scott Conant’s Scarpetta, Greek restaurant Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis and Jaleo by José Andrés.
The M Resort Spa Casino
12300 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Henderson, NV 89044
At the southernmost point of the Las Vegas Strip is where you will find the M Resort. Both a locals’ casino and visitors’ resort, The M (as it is frequently called) it is best known for its 600-seat buffet, the Studio B. The unique design of the hotel includes skylights that bring light onto the casino floor and outdoor terraces at the majority of the resort’s eight restaurants. From burgers to pasta, The M has something for every palate. The resort is also home to the new Jayde Fuzion, a contemporary Asian restaurant led by Seonkyoung Longest, the winner of the Food Network’s “Restaurant Express.”
South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa
9777 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Las Vegas, NV 89183
If dinner, a movie, bowling or taking in a show are on the agenda for your night out, check out the South Point Hotel in Southwest Las Vegas. This unique hotel is home to one of the finest equestrian centers in the country as well as one of the few West Coast locations of the popular Midwest-based Steak N’ Shake restaurant. You’ll find 10 additional dining options at the South Point including the award-winning Michael’s Gourmet Room, Baja Miguel’s Mexican restaurant and the Garden Buffet.
Green Valley Ranch Resort
2300 Paseo Verde Parkway
Henderson, NV 89052
If you are looking for a hotel to visit in the Henderson area, Green Valley Ranch Resort is the place to be. The Mediterranean-style resort offers gaming, dining, nightlife as well as pampering within the walls of its 30,000-square-foot spa. Sidle up to the New Orleans inspired Tides Oyster bar or grab an elegant steak dinner at Hank’s. Green Valley Ranch Resort also boasts a buffet, food court and five other casual dining restaurants.
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