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October 14, 2007 | Hugo Martin, Times Staff Writer
Las Vegas When I first heard that the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa offered an amenity called an "adventure spa," I knew this was the place for me. Finally, I thought, a Vegas resort for people who find more excitement riding a mountain bike than riding a casino stool. Images of an REI store with blackjack tables and cocktail waitresses in hiking boots floated through my mind. I saw mountain bikes weaving between the slot machines and bartenders serving energy drinks in Nalgene bottles.
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October 14, 2007 | Hugo Martin, Times Staff Writer
Las Vegas When I first heard that the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa offered an amenity called an "adventure spa," I knew this was the place for me. Finally, I thought, a Vegas resort for people who find more excitement riding a mountain bike than riding a casino stool. Images of an REI store with blackjack tables and cocktail waitresses in hiking boots floated through my mind. I saw mountain bikes weaving between the slot machines and bartenders serving energy drinks in Nalgene bottles.
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May 28, 2006 | Carina Chocano, Times Staff Writer
THE Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa is about 10 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip in Summerlin, "the No. 1 master-planned community in the United States." I don't know what the master plan is exactly, but it looks diabolical: upscale exurbia reduced to its barest essence. There are Starbucks, Borders, Linens 'n Things and now, a brand-new, billion-dollar entertainment complex done in high hipster style. It beats the Strip, anyway.
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May 28, 2006 | Carina Chocano, Times Staff Writer
THE Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa is about 10 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip in Summerlin, "the No. 1 master-planned community in the United States." I don't know what the master plan is exactly, but it looks diabolical: upscale exurbia reduced to its barest essence. There are Starbucks, Borders, Linens 'n Things and now, a brand-new, billion-dollar entertainment complex done in high hipster style. It beats the Strip, anyway.
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