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This casino and resort had clean rooms, excellent exterior appearance of facility, friendly staff and the machines were even friendly. Steak night was a plus! We look forward to visiting again next year.
We stayed for two nights at the Mardi Gras the first night dog racing was on which was fun the only disappointment was they shut the area where you place your bets with no warning at all.
The second night we had the prime rib...More
The hotel is ok but a bit overpriced. The clerk at check in was very pleasant and friendly. The rooms are clean but could use a sprucing up. There is a breakfast in the morning that is great! they make egg dishes per request, fried,...More
Casino was clean, smoke free and slots were making the players club free $20.00 was fun.
French Quarter restaurant prime rib special for $20.00 was a true value. The green beans and salad were yuck. The lobster bisque and pre rib were awesome.
We had never been to the Mardi Gras Casino and Resort but saw advertisement
signs along State Route 35 and 64. We wanted to take a middle of the week
trip and decided to go to Mardi Gras Casino and Resort. We stayed at the...More
Yes and no. It contains the mini bar so if opened, they will charge you for anything moved, since it's based, I believe, on weight. If you add something to it, I really don't know what would happen. It's the first time I... More
Yes and no. It contains the mini bar so if opened, they will charge you for anything moved, since it's based, I believe, on weight. If you add something to it, I really don't know what would happen. It's the first time I have ever run across such a bizarre system, I can tell you that.