Las Vegas, Nevada (February 16, 2012)–The Eureka Hotel and Casino in Mesquite, Nevada, has become known as an establishment that caters to visiting Mesquite, Nevada, golfers with official Mesquite golf packages. In conjunction with the Top 100 Wolf Creek Golf Club, this Mesquite hotel offers golf packages year round. And on February 11, the resort kicked off a year-long celebration to honor 15 years in Mesquite since being founded by Ted and Doris Lee. –By Brian Hurlburt.
“We are grateful to so many people here in Mesquite and the surrounding communities for the support they have shown our family and the Eureka for the past 15 years. Saturday will mark the official start of a year where we not only celebrate this business but also communicate our appreciation for our wonderful employees and many longtime guests,” Greg Lee, son of Doris and Ted, told the Mesquite Citizen website. The Lees also operate the Eureka Casino in Las Vegas and recently donated $15 million to UNLV.
Wolf Creek and the Eureka Hotel are a perfect combination. Wolf Creek was recently included as a top 10 golf destination in the world by The Wall Street Journal–Europe. And the Eureka is an award-winning Mesquite resort with fine dining, live gaming, spa, and recently remodeled rooms and other amenities. Click now to view Ultimate Mesquite golf packages for Wolf Creek and the Eureka.
About the Eureka Resort in Mesquite: The Eureka Casino Resort combines a comfortable, relaxing stay, and a fun-filled gaming experience at our family-owned resort. The recently remodeled hotel and casino offer ample gaming opportunities in a beautiful setting. The separate onsite casino has been renovated and expanded to feature 1,100 of the newest and best slot machines and video poker, blackjack, craps, roulette, poker and more."
The WSJ-Europe described Wolf Creek thusly in their article: “The topography is surreal, so take your camera as well as your clubs. Golf at Wolf Creek is an exciting roller coaster ride over and through the dramatic Mesquite canyons, just one hour from Las Vegas. If the wind is blowing you can say goodbye to a good score; yardages are difficult to gauge, and wayward shots will not be forgiven. They’ll rebound off rocks or vanish into cavernous ravines. Expect awe-inspiring 360 degree views, plenty of elevation changes, and lush green fairways that contrast vividly with the surrounding red rock mountains, steep.”