by Wendy Irvine
This three-star hotel is comprised of two buildings: the “Tower” set of rooms is connected to the casino, and the “Inn” set of rooms is across the parking lot from the casino. The pretty outdoor pool, fitness room, and restaurants are connected to the Tower building. The beautiful rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. The gorgeous junior suites — in the Tower — include living rooms, wet bars and mini-fridges. Some standard guestrooms come with a mini-fridge and microwave while others do not. Mini-fridges and microwaves are available for a fee.
The recently remodeled fitness room has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the seasonal outdoor pool. A hot tub and a sauna sit next to the pool. There are three dining spots, including a burger and steak grill, a great buffet spot that boasts farm-to-fork offerings, and a quick-bites stop that includes quesadillas, Chinese fare, and sandwiches.
The casino features slots, table games, and a poker room with 13 tables. Other amenities include live music and karaoke nights. Covered and valet parking are complimentary. Pets are welcome.
Our Editor Loves
- Value Price for a casino resort
- Pretty outdoor pool
- Great family dining
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
There is no much tables compare to the other 2 nearby casinos. Although I played for 7 hours and lost $1000 they told me that I am still not eligible for a free meal! I just payed there 10 years back, it is no more my 1st option.
I will not play there again
This place is very misleading. We booked the room based off of the pictures they advertise online and the fact that the room was in the building with the casino. Called ahead of time to make sure we got the address correct. They informed us that the room we were staying in was in the same building as the casino. We get there, go to the registration desk, which was empty, wait until the receptionist comes out and then she informs us that the room we booked was at a different hotel up the road from their location at a different address, which is not attached to the casino obviously. We drive down the road to this other dingy looking building that is on a different street than the booking we had. The front of this other building doesn't face the street so when we drove around to the front, not only was the place unkempt we were approached by someone asking people for money. We walk into a lobby that smelled like cigar smoke, the receptionist couldn't be bothered to help when we asked about the reservation and just said well we can cancel the reservation instead while rolling her eyes. We walked out and cancelled the reservation since they didnt want to honor the original booking. VERY MISLEADING. Poor customer service on the phone and rude front of house staff.