Hotels and CasinosSummerlin offers great lodging and gaming opportunities in a quiet setting just outside of the Las Vegas Strip. Rated at five stars, the Red Rock Hotel includes luxurious suites, villas and other posh guest rooms. This modern property has also claimed the AAA Four Diamond rating. More than 2,700 slot machines and dozens of table games are available at the Red Rock. Occupying 50 lush acres with palm trees, the Rampart Resort has a Mediterranean theme. This stylish hotel offers more than 10 dining options, a lagoon-shaped swimming pool, spa and other premium amenities. Gaming options at the Rampart Casino include more than 1,500 slot machines, Bingo and table games at the Player's Club. The Race & Sports Book lets you place bets in a chic setting that has over 80 HDTVs. Guests at the Rampart Hotel also have access to the adjacent TPC Las Vegas golf course. Carrying a three-star rating, the Suncoast Hotel offers affordable lodging and gaming in the heart of Summerlin. A resort-style swimming pool is accessible to guests at this property. More than 30 table games and 2,000 slot machines are set up at the Suncoast Casino, which also offers sports betting and sports betting.
ShoppingAs one of the wealthiest communities in the Las Vegas Valley, Summerlin naturally offers upscale shopping. Situated near the border with Las Vegas, Meadows Mall has more than 140 stores on two levels. You can find great bargains in this indoor shopping complex that has just less than 1 million square feet of retail space. You can also head to Downtown Summerlin to shop for designer apparel, shoes, jewellery, electronics and other hot items. This open-air shopping complex has a pedestrian-friendly layout that combines a traditional Main Street feel with a contemporary ambiance. Additionally, Downtown Summerlin is home to some of the community's finest restaurants that offer European, Asian, American and other delicious cuisines.
AttractionsLocated on the outskirts of Summerlin, the Springs Preserve is a family-friendly attraction that focuses on local history and nature. The Nevada State Museum is part of this scenic complex. This museum has more than 70,000 sq feet of exhibit space, including galleries that present anthropology and natural history. The permanent collection includes original and replica fossils of dinosaurs and other creatures that are native to the Las Vegas Valley and the American Southwest region. The Botanical Garden at Springs Preserve includes succulent plants that thrive in the arid landscapes of the local area. In addition to having cacti and palm trees, the garden features various annual and perennial plants with beautiful flowers. At the Butterfly Habitat, you could track down the Painted Lady, Banded Orange Longwing, Monarch and other stunning species of butterflies. Featuring dozens of permanent exhibits, the Origen Museum is another premier attraction at the Spring Preserve. This venue includes an indoor theatre and various interactive installations that focus on science, technology and history. If you'd like to embark on a time warp, head to the Boomtown 1905. This complex includes classic train depots, general stores and other facilities that commonly stood in boomtowns of the Wild West in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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