Like two shimmering stars, the towns of Jean and Primm are shining beacons nestled on the California-Nevada border. Whether you treat yourself to a round of golf, relax in the 13,000-square-foot spa, indulge in some serious retail therapy, or kick up your feet at one of the newly renovated resorts, you’ll be happy you stopped. This desert escape is just off the I-15, combining convenience with comfort.
Timeless hospitality. Modern accommodations.
A friendly smile and a warm greeting are ready to welcome you to Jean, Primm and nearby Goodsprings. With nearly 3,000 guest rooms and suites, the four distinct resorts combine small-town western hospitality with the best in comfortable, modern accommodations.
The hottest games. A variety of dining.
No matter your game, you’ll find the action never stops at the exciting casinos in Jean and Primm. From the latest in slot, video and table games, to the William Hill Race and Sports Book, you can even find bilingual table games at Buffalo Bill’s. And after you’ve worked up an appetite with nonstop action, satisfy it with your choice of fine-dining cuisine, American and Mexican fare, and fast-food or national chain restaurants.
Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Pioneer Saloon in Goodsprings. The historic saloon and Hollywood film location serves up famous burgers with a side of charismatic local banter.
On with the show.
As nighttime falls along I-15, the stars come out on stage. Some of the biggest names in show business have taken their acts on the road and are performing in the 6,500-seat Star of the Desert Arena at Buffalo Bill’s.
A place to meet.
Jean and Primm are conveniently located along I-15, making it easy to get together with friends and family. Whether you’re arriving by motor coach for a family reunion or planning your next company meeting or special event, there’s more than 60,000 square feet of meeting space, full catering services, and plenty of free parking.
Designer brands at outlet prices.
Anchored by H&M, in addition to Nike Factory Store, Williams-Sonoma Marketplace and Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Prizm Outlets offers designer brand selections and a food court, and is conveniently attached by an enclosed breezeway to Primm Valley Resort. Group tour programs, rewards club, savings card discounts, and special events give serious shoppers more reasons to visit.
Tom Fazio-designed courses.
The two challenging course layouts by renowned golf architect Tom Fazio will truly put your skills to the test. The Lakes Course is complete with dense groves of tall pine trees and extensive lakes and a river system, while the Desert Course, showcasing the surrounding desert vista, is slightly more demanding, and accented with native vegetation. Golf groups love the close proximity to Primm Valley Resort hotels, spa, dining and entertainment. Learn more at primmvalleygolf.com.
A place to stay.
Located off the I-15 in Jean a few minutes south of the Strip, Terrible’s Hotel & Casino features recently remodeled rooms and Jacuzzi suites, outdoor pool and spa, a casino, William Hill sports kiosk, a 24/7 Denny’s café, a steak house, a snack bar, and meeting space. The casino offers a wide variety of gaming and live entertainment Friday and Saturday nights in the Road House Lounge. The hotel rooms over at Primm Valley Resort have also undergone a makeover to ensure that guests are even more comfortable.
Known as the Castle in the Desert, Whiskey Pete’s is southwest of the Las Vegas Strip on the California/Nevada border, across from the Primm Valley Resort & Casino. Legend has it, Whiskey Pete is buried in the area and watches over the property. The resort’s newly remodeled rooms have comfortable pillow-top beds, 40-inch flat-screen TVs, work desk, chaise lounge, refrigerator, iron and ironing board, and Wi-Fi. Stay a night in one of the themed two-bedroom Jacuzzi suites, including the 1930s-styled Bonnie and Clyde Suite. While you’re at it, take a gander at the deadly duo’s original “death car” and their other infamous memorabilia. If you’re traveling with your four-legged friend, pop back across the highway to Buffalo Bill’s and stay in one of its pet-friendly rooms. While you’re there, channel the Wild West with a dip in the buffalo-shaped seasonal pool.
Appearing as a welcoming mirage to highway travelers, Primm and Jean are not simply desert outposts, they are destinations. With resort-style accommodations, exciting entertainment options and luxurious amenities, these two towns are well worth the stop.