Where are the Station Casinos in Las Vegas?

Where are the Station Casinos in Las Vegas?

Whether you’re nestled amongst the striking sandstone at Red Rock Resort, finding serenity in the Spa at Green Valley Ranch, or ordering another round at Palace Station—our options may be endless, but our goal is always the same: to exceed your expectations every chance we get. Roll the dice and double down at Station Casinos.

Are there any casinos in the Palace Station?

With the friendliest team members in town and the chance to rack up points on your Station Casinos Boarding Pass every time you play—here, you’ll find all of the gaming offerings you’re seeking, minus the hassle, high prices, and crowds.

How to request a win / loss statement at Station Casino?

Any win/loss statement requests for years prior to the most current year past must be made manually by completing the below form. Win/loss statements will be sent in the order they are received once the current tax year ends. Completed forms can be brought to the Rewards Center at any Station Casino, or its subsidiaries.

How to get a Station Casino boarding pass?

Any forms sent via mail must be completed in their entirety and notarized. Station Casinos, LLC, must receive the original form sent via mail or in person. No photocopies or facsimiles will be accepted.

When did Red Rock Resorts buy Station Casinos?

On April 26, 2016, Red Rock Resorts, Inc., a new holding company owning a portion of Station Casinos, went public on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange. In May 2016, Station agreed to purchase the Palms Casino Resort for $313 million.

When did the Palace Station Casino go public?

The company started out as a locals casino operator on July 1, 1976, opening the Bingo Palace. This establishment was later renamed Palace Station. The company went public with an IPO in 1993.

Who are the new owners of Station Casinos?

The other new equity owners include the company’s main lenders, Deutsche Bank AG, which holds 25 percent; JPMorgan Chase with a 15 percent stake; and former bondholders with an additional 15 percent, according to lawyers on the deal.