GVR celebrates expansion
with hot deals

Oct 16, 2006 1:49 AM

Green Valley Ranch Resort Casino is celebrating its latest casino expansion by offering $2-$5 off all Feast Buffets this month. Guests must present their Boarding Pass players club card to receive the following special prices: Breakfast-$6.99 (regularly $8.99) Lunch-$7.99 (regularly $10.99) Monday through Thursday Dinner-$12.99 (regularly $17.99) and Friday through Sunday Dinner $13.99 (regularly $18.99).

Included in the third phase expansion of Green Valley is a three-level, 1,200-space parking garage, a new state-of-the-art 170-seat race & sports book, which boasts a 96-foot video wall powered by 18 projectors; a new 22-table 24-hour non-smoking poker room; more slot and video poker machines; two more restaurants, Tides Oyster Bar and Turf Grill located next to the new race & sports book, and an additional 14,000 square feet of meeting and convention space.

Seniors can do very well living in Las Vegas. At Rampart Casino in Summerlin, Senior Days are Wednesdays. All customers age 55+ receive $3 off the Buffet, 2 for 1 Blackjacks with suited hearts (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Promenade Café Special (9 oz. Prime Rib $6.99 11 a.m.— 11 p.m.) and 2 times points from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. If a player earns at least 50 points, they also receive any one of the following: 2 for 1 Buffet, 2 for 1 Promenade Café, $10 off at the Carmel Room plus a free $5 wager in the Sports Book.

On the other side of town, as South Coast prepares to become South Point, all logo wear and logo items are now 50% off in the gift shop.

For something completely different, try a special pumpkin body scrub and moisturizing treatment at The Spa at the Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino. The scrub contains pumpkin extract, sugar cane, sugar maple, hyaluronic acid and the anti-bacterial colloidal silver to exfoliate skin, leaving it soft and smooth. Gently scented with cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, ginger and vanilla, the scrub prepares the skin to absorb the pumpkin moisturizer, also scented with seasonal spices and containing shea butter, olive oil and hyaluronic acid.

The scrub and moisturizer are formulated by Hylunia, a group of dermatologists and physicians who describe their skin care line as the "wisdom of the East and science of the West." The products are based on ayurveda. The 25-minute treatment costs $75 and will be available through November 6. To make an appointment, call The Spa at 702-794-3242. Customers who purchase the seasonal special will receive a 10-percent discount in the spa boutique.