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#1.  The two newest Casinos in the Las Vegas area are The Palms and Green Valley Ranch.  Have you visited either or both and what do you think of these new casinos?  

*  Green Valley Ranch is a nice looking place; the $12 drinks at the basement bar - Whisky Sky are outrageous, Bull Shrimp is mediocre at best, -- Sunset is still home for me! The Palms went out of their way to offend --- especially the Ghost Bar --- the bouncers wouldn't let us go up and look around unless we paid the $10 cover before purchasing a $12 drink - i think they are in trouble at the get go and it will be all down hill from there - will take Palace over Palms any day!!!    Susan A. Nassar

*  I just spent from Dec 25 to Jan 10th out there and I did eat at the Palms and I had heard that it was the new local place with upscale type only to find the cheap cheesy decor not at all up to the Vegas standard.  The food was good.  theblount

*  Green Valley. I was impressed with it all. Food court was a plus. The buffet has reasonable prices for Vegas. And the pool area was impressive. I have never seen a setup like it before. I would like to visit there when it was a little warmer and at night. I am sure it is a party place. I didn't like the slot machines. Most were poker. No Elvis and only a few Wheel of Fortunes. Oh, my son and husband looked for the video poker machines. Quarters ones. I didn't get to stay in the rooms. Jerri Stobinski 

*  I have visited the Palms and it seems a little flashy to me.  It looks like a take off of the Hard Rock without the good looking girls that were heavily populating the early days of the Hard Rock.  William T.

*  Green Valley Ranch is a nice place, but why build it that far away from the Strip.  Looks to me like another Regency in the making.  Linda   CA

*  I like both of the new casinos, but I still go to my old favorites, Caesars, Hilton.  It is nice to see new buildings and new ideas, but most of the new wears off fast and you are left with a lot of dreams that never paid off.  Whether it was the original Main Street Station with the "Snow" theory of gambling or the first resort placed in the Summerlin area, it takes more than a good idea to satisfy a Vegas customer.  H Tollison   

*  I saw the Palms, it nice place the food look good and the slot pay with paper and you need to take it to to cash to get your money and it do not feel like a casino because you do not hear the coin and all the noise that a casino but it nice play. Cataloni

We recently visited the Green Valley Resort in Henderson. We were impressed with the whole package. This is a big step up from the other Station casinos we have visited. The reels were spread out nicely and the decor is very pleasant to the eye. Cool earth-tones and has a real open feeling. The one nice upgrade was that the theaters were downstairs and kids are not near the casino floor. There also a beautiful pool/spa area. It also has inviting walking areas with reflection pools. Very nice touch. The only drawback was no bingo hall that Stations are known for.  Richard Holcumb


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