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Durango shows off luxury suites — PHOTOS

Station Casinos hopes its newest locals property will catch the eyes of high-end hotel guests with its decked-out amenities.

Designed by Texas-based Looney & Associates, Durango’s rooms and suites focus on a modern desert aesthetic, as shown on a media tour Tuesday. Suites at the property, located at the corner of the 215 Beltway and Durango Drive in the southwest valley, have been available since the casino’s December opening.

The 29 suites have luxury amenities such as in-mirror televisions and tablets controlling volume, lights and an exterior notification light for housekeeping. Four suites include a patio.

“Guests in the resort’s top suites receive butler service personalized for each guest’s stay including unique offerings like a cold plunge ice bath service,” according to a resort information sheet.

Starting rates for the suites are $899 for executive mountain and Strip, and parlor suites. The most premium suite is the vista suite, a 1,800-square-foot, top-floor accommodation with a corner balcony, dining room, 24-hour butler service and the guest’s choice of pillows, among other amenities. Rates start at $4,399, according to the resort.

The hotel also has 83 queen rooms and 97 kings.

Station Casinos opened the roughly $780 million Durango last year as the first newly built locals casino in the Las Vegas area since the M Resort’s opening in 2009. Red Rock Resorts, Station Casinos’ parent company, has said the resort is part of an effort to double its portfolio in the area by the end of the decade.

McKenna Ross is a corps member with Report for America, a national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms. Contact her at mross@reviewjournal.com. Follow @mckenna_ross_ on X.

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