Romance is a Package Deal at Station Casinos this Valentine’s Day
Cupid’s arrow strikes Station Casinos properties, offering affordable and memorable dining, entertainment, hotel and spa specials:
Aliante Station, 7300 Aliante Pkwy, North Las Vegas, NV 89084
Resort Package: A Richard Marx Valentine’s Day VIP Package is available for $129 plus tax and hotel amenity fee. This includes a one-night hotel stay on Saturday, Feb. 14, two tickets to the Richard Marx concert and a $25 Station Casinos gift card. Reservations can be made by calling 702-692-7777.
Entertainment/Parties: Romantic crooner Richard Marx is performing inside Access Showroom at 8 p.m. on Valentine’s Day. Famed for songs such as “Hold on to the Night” and “Right Here Waiting,” Marx is sure to melt hearts. Tickets are available for $29.95, $42.95 and $55.95 plus tax and applicable fees. This is an all ages show, and those under 21 must be accompanied by an adult. For more details, visit www.aliantecasinohotel.com.
Green Valley Ranch, 2300 Paseo Verde Pkwy., Henderson, NV 89014
Spa: The Spa at Green Valley Ranch is offering a variety of romantically sweet spa treatments and packaged specials in February. Among them are a Sugar Cookie Massage and Scrub for 80 minutes at $190, which includes the scrumptious sugar salt body scrub followed by relaxing Swedish massage using sugar body soufflé; an 80-minute Chocolate Mint Wrap at $190 that begins with a skin smoothing body exfoliation followed by Glycolic Peppermint crème and Chocolate Crème Mineral mask applied to the body and finished with a relaxing application of chocolate rich crème; A Valentine Classic which begins with a 50-minute Swedish massage using mimosa body crème and followed by a 50-minute champagne facial – this decadent two hour treatment is just $300. Nevada residents receive a 20 percent discount with a valid Nevada driver’s license. For more information on other Valentine’s specials or to book a spa treatment, please call 702-617-7570.
Dining: Terra Verde serves up its daily menu while offering some Valentine’s Day specials for that special someone. These include a roasted baby beet salad for $10; crab and artichoke ravioli with a butter parmigiana sauce and port reduction drizzle for $18; and pan seared lamb chops with cauliflower brown butter puree, grilled asparagus and a black mission fig demi glace for $35.
Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis will feature its daily menu while offering up specialty items, including tempura lobster salad for $20, coconut clams for two for $20, and filo-wrapped salmon with blood orange butter sauce and a micro-green salad for $45.
China Spice celebrates Valentine’s Day with a tasting menu that includes corn and crab chowder, crispy filet of sole with vegetable egg roll and two wok-fired bacon wrapped shrimp and a dessert of fruit salad marinated in Shao Shing wine and almond jelly, all for just $18.99 per person. Reservations are recommended by calling 702-617-7075.For more details, visit www.greenvalleyranchresort.com.
Red Rock Resort, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89135
Spa: The Spa at Red Rock is offering several Valentine’s Day Specialty treatments and packages in February ranging from and including scrubs and massages to facials, manicures and pedicures. Among the specials are the Triple Chocolate Trouble for 110 minutes at $275 that includes a chocolate chip body scrub, then a chocolate body dip wrap applied to the body to moisturize and soften dry skin with a chocolate-inspired Swedish massage to finish the triple treat; also offered is a Cocoa Crème de la Crème Facial where for 50 minutes at $145, guests can enjoy this cocoa-inspired facial that assists in reducing degeneration of skin cells and restoring skin’s flexibility, followed by a cocoa lotion hand and foot massage. For a complete spa menu or to book a treatment, please call 702-797-7878.
Dining: Terra Rossa is offering a five course pre-fixed menu designed by Executive Chef Renato de Pirro. For $59 per person, guests will begin the evening with warm oysters with a champagne sabayon, followed by lobster ravioli with pink sauce and caviar. The evening concludes with a white chocolate mousse with champagne sauce and rose petals gelato.
T-Bones Chophouse & Lounge features special Valentine’s Day menu items in addition to its regular menu; these include butter-poached spiny lobster with champagne-vanilla beurre blanc and black truffle risotto, and a chocolate “Fond of You” Fondue for Two.
Hachi is serving up a delicious multi-course menu for only $85 per person or $135 per person with beverage pairings. Featured items include Tiradito, thinly sliced fluke with cilantro, siracha chili and yuzu; lobster tempura with a creamy Japanese mustard sauce; sushi with a melody of water and mizu no shirabe; and beef tenderloin medallions with shrimp, sweet potato puree and a sake soy butter sauce. Reservations are recommended at all three restaurants by calling 702-797-7576. For more details, please visit www.redrocklasvegas.com.
Sunset Station, 1301 W. Sunset Rd., Henderson, NV 89014
Dining: Sonoma Cellar at Sunset Station is offering a four-course romantic dinner for two for only $125, which includes a half bottle of wine. This pre-fixe menu consists of bacon-wrapped shrimp for the first course, followed by a steakhouse chopped salad, one each of filet mignon and Australian lobster tail for the third course and a choice of two desserts. Reservations are recommended by calling 702-547-7777. For more details, visit www.sunsetstation.com.
Palace Station, 2411 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89102
Entertainment/Parties: Laughter is a great way to come together and there’s no better way than at Bonkerz Comedy Club. Valentine’s Day is featuring the funny antics of feature comic Rob Sherwood and headliner Mike Allen, the latter of which is a former professional baseball player turned stand-up comedian whose hilarious views on sports, politics, and everyday life are sure to keep guests laughing. Allen has appeared on HBO and Comedy Central. Tickets to Bonkerz are only $29.95 and Nevada locals and hotel guests receive a $10 discount per ticket. Guests must be 21 years and older. For more details or to make a hotel reservation, please visit www.palacestation.com.
Texas Station, 2101 Texas Star Lane, North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Dining: San Lorenzo Italian restaurant is offering a three-course dinner for two priced at $50 that includes salad or soup, pan seared marinated stuffed chicken breast or shrimp francaise over fettuccine and chocolate heart raviolis for dessert.
Texas Star Oyster Bar is serving up a Valentine’s Day special for $28 per person consisting of a dockside feast of whole main lobster, littleneck clams, red potatoes, corn on the cob with a choice of a glass of premium wine or draft beer.
Texas Café is featuring a $13.99 meal consisting of soup or salad, filet mignon and shrimp brochettes, steamed white rice and broccoli.
Austins Steakhouse is offering a three-course Valentine’s dinner for two at only $98 per couple. The menu features a choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert such as the French onion soup followed by crab stuffed potato crusted salmon with a warm flourless cake a la mode for dessert. Reservations are recommended by calling 702-631-1033. For more details, visit www.texasstation.com.
Santa Fe Station, 4949 N. Rancho Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89130
Dining: Valentine’s Day dinner specials are abound at Santa Fe Station.
Cabo Mexican Restaurant is serving a 12-ounce rib eye with chipotle cream sauce, four-ounce crab cake topped with mango relish and a chef’s special dessert for only $19.99 for one or $37.99 for two.
The Grand Café is offering a three course menu that could include a shared appetizer sampler plate, gorgonzola pasta with chicken breast, a chocolate raspberry cake and a glass of champagne for only $16.99 for one or $29.99 for two.
Tide’s Oyster Bar is offering a three course meal for $28.99 for one or $52 for two and includes asparagus salad with walnut oil vinaigrette, roaster ginger salmon with a ginger soy butter sauce, a chocolate raspberry cake and a glass of champagne.
The Charcoal Room is featuring a five course Valentine’s dinner that begins with roasted corn chowder, followed by stuffed portabellini mushrooms. Entrée selections include your choice of scampi-style sea bass, veal osso bucco or a six-ounce filet topped with a butter-poached lobster tail; and for dessert, strawberries and cream in a chocolate cup. This delicious meal is $49.99 for one or $89.99 for two. Reservations are recommended by calling 702-515-4385.
Entertainment/Parties: The metal rock band SteelHeart is headlining inside Chrome Showroom on Valentine’s Day at 8 p.m. Women can swoon over the vocals of frontman Miljenko Matijevic while the men rock out. The concert is only $15 plus tax and applicable fees and is open to those 21 years and older.
Later that evening, SteelHeart will host a “Cupid is Stupid” afterparty inside 4949 Lounge from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Free drink tickets will be handed out to anyone with a ticket from the SteelHeart show, or for those that bring a picture of an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend for the “burn box.” A DJ will spin the best from classic rock to today’s hits and everyone can have a chance to take a picture with the Angry Cupid running amuck throughout the party.
For more details, visit www.santafestationlasvegas.com.
Boulder Station, 4111 Boulder Hwy., Las Vegas, NV 89121
Resort package: Enjoy Valentine’s Day at Boulder Station for $150 which includes dinner, entertainment and hotel stay rolled into one. For only $150 plus tax and applicable fees, guests will receive a $50 dining credit towards any of the restaurants, two tickets to see the Kansas concert inside The Railhead on Friday night and a three night stay, Friday through Sunday inside the hotel. Reservations can be made by calling 702-432-7777 or online at www.boulderstation.com.
Entries to the shows are first-come, first-served and based upon venue capacity. Tickets for events can be purchased at any Station Casinos Reward Center, by calling 702-547-5300 or by visiting www.stationcasinos.com.