I stayed at Red Rock for a couple of nights back in May. I am a die-hard off-strip type and have stayed at M Resort about 10 times since they opened. I thought I would give Red Rock a little play for a couple of days and hopefully get on their radar offerwise. Rather than a detailed review, I'll just post a few observations. I've included comparisons to the M Resort (my home base) since these two along with GVR fill the trifecta of the nicest off-strip properties. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll try to help. Good Awesome view. Best in Vegas if you're on a high floor on the Canyon (even numbers) side. Very nice rooms but I wouldn't say they're better than the M. Summerlin is a nice neighbourhood. I like the proximity to useful stores, restaurants, and of course Red Rock Canyon itself. Guaranteed $25 Blackjack in high limit room. 10X odds on craps. Lots of full pay VP. However, VP bars are not as nice as those at the M and they don't comp Grey Goose. Curiously they do comp Belvedere (which I thought was around the same price.) Many nice restaurants (although I only tried the coffee shop). Their lineup is getting better too: Lucille's BBQ is opening shortly. Great food court including Capriotti's, Fatburger, Rubio's, etc. This is a nice alternative to room service for a solo guest like me. Graveyard specials in coffee shop, e.g $5.99 Steak and Eggs Hotel guests can use priority line for buffet. M Resort needs to add this. Bad It seems to be tough to get a good room deal here. My casino rate was $80 + $25 resort fee for Sun/Mon. I did get one night picked up in the end but I could have stayed lots of places for free those nights. I was trying to get on Station's radar but this has not worked out. It appears that maybe Canadians don't get room offers from Station props. Overall, I did not find the staff very friendly. M wins this in a landslide. Long walk from hotel elevators to some parts of casino (like the sportsbook which is a lot of people's starting point). Flat panel TVs without HD signal? Really? Perhaps they could invest some of my $28 resort fee in that... Casino host situation is a nightmare. No hosts physically on site as far as I can tell but I was told they will send one over if you need a face to face. No late night or early morning coverage even by phone. Casino was very smoky even in the afternoon. They do have a small non-smoking slots section. All staff were wearing tacky T-shirts promoting Station's new on-line poker site RR cocktailers are not in the same class as those at the M. I'm talking pulchritude here, not proficiency, BTW.