Station Casinos adds high-limit room to Green Valley Ranch

November 23, 2023

High rollers can enjoy an additional 10 table games and 125 slots.

Station Casinos has added a high-limit lounge at Henderson’s Green Valley Ranch casino resort, according to a report in the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Green Valley Ranch opened earlier this week.

Station Casinos said the lounge is home to 10 table games that include single zero roulette and high-limit blackjack, as well as Ultimate Texas Hold’Em, pai gow poker and baccarat. The high-limit slot lounge offers players an additional 125 machines.

Guests can enjoy a luxury bar that offers specialized cocktails, along with 10 bar-top games. Players can also get in on the action at three gaming salons that offer two-deck and six-deck baccarat and blackjack.

The added space is part of a “property-wide transformation” previously announced by the company. Station Casinos recently opened a circular bar at the center of the casino resort, called Polaris Bar.

The company said it has also updated furniture and “other amenities” around the property’s pool deck.

Green Valley Ranch plans to add a couple more Bromberg Bros. Blue Ribbon Restaurants to its dining roster. The destination will welcome a Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar, along with an undisclosed eatery that will offer Mediterranean cuisine.

Both plan to debut in 2024, according to the local report.

In related news, Station Casinos’ Sunset Station recently released details surrounding its property-wide renovation project. The casino plans to upgrade its STN Sportsbook, remodel its casino floor and relocate its High Limit Slots room.

Sunset Station’s Race and Sportsbook will close temporarily starting today to begin the proposed upgrades and make room for the new sportsbook. Once completed, the new sportsbook will offer its guests a new 150-foot video wall, race and sports betting kiosks and lounge-style seating.

While STN Sportsbook is being renovated, guests can still place wagers at the venue’s temporary race and sportsbook near the casino’s Rewards Center.


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