Primm Valley Resorts
|Industry||Entertainment & Hospitality|
|Founded||Primm, Nevada, U.S. (1990)|
|Headquarters||Primm, Nevada, U.S.|
Primm Valley Resorts (formerly known as Primadonna Resorts) is a hospitality company based in Nevada. The company owns three hotel/casinos along I-15 at the California state line in Primm, Nevada, United States. Primm Valley Resorts is a wholly owned subsidiary of Affinity Gaming.
The hotels are a popular stop on the drive between Las Vegas and California.
The hotels were built by the Gary Primm and the Primm family at Stateline, Nevada, the informal name for the area. The family's history in the area is the reason the area received the official name, Primm.
Whiskey Pete's was the first of their hotels. The Primadonna Resort was the second hotel built, and it was later renamed to the Primm Valley Resort. These two hotels are connected by a single car monorail across the I-15. Buffalo Bill's was the third hotel built. Buffalo Bill's and Primm Valley Resort are connected by a larger train.
On October 31, 2006, MGM Mirage announced plans to sell Primm Valley Resorts to Herbst Gaming for $400 million. The proposed sale would not include the Primm Valley Golf Club. The sale closed on April 10, 2007.
- Buffalo Bill's
- Fashion Outlets of Las Vegas
- Primm Valley Resort
- Star of the Desert Arena
- Whiskey Pete's
- Several gas stations and convenience stores that surround the casinos and the lottery and convenience store located on a portion of the property in California.
- 31900 Las Vegas Blvd S (1970-01-01). "image showing the rail line with dirt dumped on the right of way". Maps.google.com. Retrieved 2011-11-18.
- Spillman, Benjamin (2007-04-04). "Primm mall set to add space". Las Vegas Review-Journal. p. 1D.
- "MGM Grand, Inc. And Primadonna Resorts, Inc. Announce Merger". Retrieved 2007-04-11.
- Howard Stutz (2006-11-01). "Herbst Gaming to buy Primm properties". Gaming Wire (Las Vegas Review-Journal). Retrieved 2007-03-13.