Green Valley Ranch

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Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa
Green Valley Ranch Resort Spa and Casino.svg
Palm trees at Green Valley Ranch, Nevada.jpg
Address 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway
Henderson, Nevada 89052
Opening date December 18, 2001
Theme Mediterranean
No. of rooms 490
Total gaming space 50,000 sq ft (4,600 m2)
Signature attractions The Ovation, The Beach, The Drop Bar, The Pond
Notable restaurants Hank's Fine Steaks & Martinis, Terra Verde, Sushi + Sake, China Spice, Turf Grill
Casino type Land
Owner Station Casinos
The Greenspun Corporation
Previous names None
Years renovated 2004
Website Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa website

Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa is a hotel, casino, and resort spa located in the Green Valley planned community in Henderson, Nevada. It is a joint venture of Station Casinos and The Greenspun Corporation (TGC); each entity holds a 50% stake in the property.[1]

The property offers 8 restaurants, a 50,000 sq ft (4,600 m2) casino, The Spa at Green Valley Ranch, and 490 guest rooms and suites. While a locals casino, the property was designed with an upscale element[2] and draws many out-of-town visitors.[3] The hotel is adjacent to The District, a mixed-use development.


Looking east

On March 13, 2000, Station Casinos announced that they would build a resort-casino in the Green Valley neighborhood. The original expected cost of the project was to be $280 million. [4]

The District at Green Valley Ranch[edit]

The District at Green Valley Ranch was added as a multi-use project directly to the east of the resort in April 2004. The property includes retail stores and restaurants on the first level and luxury condominiums on the upper levels, as well as standalone restaurants and commercial office buildings. A second phase of the District was opened in August 2005, further to the east, and includes retail shops and commercial office space. The Perlman Design Group designed the project.

Film and television appearances[edit]

American Casino, a reality television series for the Discovery Channel and Travel Channel based on the daily tasks of various casino employees, was filmed here in 2004.[5][6]

Several episodes of the hit show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation were also filmed on site.[7]

Las Vegas, a few shots as exteriors of the Montecito Resort & Casino.

Rahman "Rock" Harper, the winner of the 2007 third season of Hell's Kitchen, was rewarded with a one-year contract as head chef at the resort's Terra Verde restaurant.[8]

The tomahawk steak was featured on the food network in early 2012 as well.


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Coordinates: 36°1′15.56″N 115°5′27.8″W / 36.0209889°N 115.091056°W / 36.0209889; -115.091056