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O.K. the casino was better than most of the big ones, more intimate and better odds on the machines, but the kicker was the Prime Rib dinner at the restaurant their. The service was great, the prime rib $10.95 was perfectly cooked and tender! I...More
Great hotel/casino, especially for the price. Got comped the room on a group rate. Tower rooms (14th floor) are quite large with bed(s), small sofa, small fridge, desk, lots of room for clothes in large dresser and end tables. Casino was fun with promos, drawings,...More
I got to say I was very impressed. I was not sure what to expect with the hotel part of this older, smokey casino that I Love to gamble at. First off the reservation lady was VERY personable & friendly, she said I made a...More
This hotel is old. If you are not a smoker, stay away. The hotel smells like an ashtray from the moment you step in to register. It's not as bright as you'd like either. The staff were older and not nearly as nice as you...More
Word of caution if come here and think you're just going to sit down play and get a drink I make sure you are playing maximum bet or you have to pay full price for your drinks. My husband said down and was only playing...More
They have a brochure with your key card that advertises the casino specials (happy hour at the bar, $3 pizza slices) and in the room you'll find some similar promotional materials. The only discount you get is, at present... More
They have a brochure with your key card that advertises the casino specials (happy hour at the bar, $3 pizza slices) and in the room you'll find some similar promotional materials. The only discount you get is, at present, to the Mob Museum, where they discount your entry fee (I'm guessing the Museum needs the ticket revenue). You can get rated, and if you gamble a lot you certainly should, but I would expect to spend a lot more gambling to get a comp than just buying a ticket to whatever I wanted to see or do.