Hooters Casino Hotel Hot
Offer #1 - Play $10, get $10 in freeplay. The original American Casino Guide book coupon must be presented to Rewards Club+ prior to play beginning. $10 in play must be recorded on Rewards Club+ card. Membership is free. Once the $10 in play threshold on a slot or video poker machines has been met, $10 in Free Play will be downloaded on to your Rewards Club+ card. One coupon per account per 12-month period. Offer expires 12/30/2016.
Offer #2 - Make a $10 even-money bet at blackjack, craps or roulette with this coupon and your Rewards Club+ and receive a FREE $10 Match Bet! Make a $10 minimum even-money bet at any blackjack, craps or roulette game, along with the original American Casino Guide book coupon, and receive a $10 Match Bet. Good for one decision on even money bets only. Win or lose, coupon is claimed by the house. If you tie, then coupon may be re-bet. One coupon per account per 12-month period. Offer expires 12/31/2016.
Offer #3 - Buy 10 wings, get 10 wings free! Present the original American Casino Guide book coupon to your server in Hooters Restaurant at Hooters Casino Hotel to redeem. Must be a Rewards Club+ member. One offer per Rewards Club+ member. One offer per table. Offer good at Hooters Restaurant at Hooters Casino in Las Vegas only. Expires 12/15/2016.
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Unused slot points expire after 13 months.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1.50/1||$3/1|
Cash: None, but points may be redeemed for free slot play.
Freeplay: $1 free play/100 points
Minimum: 500 points
Increments: 100 points
Using free play we can construct the following table:
5¢, 25¢, $1
Comps: Points may be used for rooms, food and beverages, or in retail outlets by presenting your card to the cashier.
Toll-Free Number: (866) 584-6687
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Rooms: 694 Price Range: $39-$175
Suites: 17 Price Range: $205-$500
Restaurants: 4 (1 open 24 hours)
Casino Size: 27,528 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Let It Ride, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker
Not a Hoot!
After you get by the hooters girls, there is not a lot to see. Poor variety of games and not great rules or pay tables. Joined their text club for a $10 bonus slot play which they text to you. But the player club refused to honor it, they blamed the vendor for sending it out. Not much reason to go back there.
Decent stay and play
I used a two-night hotel comp here in June. Hotel-wise, nothing bad, nothing great--clean room, the usual amenities, good Internet connection. It was what I wanted, a clean, free place to stay, near the MGM megaplaces and the Trop without paying their prices. Friendly hotel personnel.
Food--Good roast beast and sides at the Mad Onion, good late-night wings and cold beer at the Hooters (plus the usual eye candy). You know what to expect.
Gaming--They were remodeling part of the casino while I was there, so getting around was interesting, but otherwise, about as expected. Friendly personnel, not the usual "I work as a corporate drone" types. The craps dealers knew their stuff, which is not always the case, even in Vegas. They didn't play the usual slowdown, mess-with-the-shooter games when someone was hot.
Overall--This isn't the MGM or similar places. No one comes here to be seen or to show off. I wouldn't necessarily spend a week here, but for a couple of days, quite pleasant.
hooters is a hoot
Good video poker full pay at .25 level, they used to have it at nickel level. The CW service has always been very good and good to look at obviously ha, ha. Seriously the CW service was efficient
and very friendly. Rooms were decent not great but the price is good also. I plan on spending some time there in December.
I stayed at Hooter Casino Hotel from October 3rd-13th, 2011. I was very pleased and will defiantly be back again. The rooms were clean and roomy, the pool was nice and heated. When you check in you get free food coupons, I ate at Hooters every day I was there and the Mad Onion inside Hooters a few times. Once you get through the weekend the weekday rates are pretty cheap so I stayed a week and a half. Most of the dealers wore Hooters girls outfits, I don't play slots but they had a good amount of them, I play Blackjack which they had I think 4 tables including a $3 table 24/7. If you want to play games they don't have it's a short walk to other Casinos without having to pay their high room rates.
We stayed at the Hooters Casino Hotel once when they sent us a free room offer which included a free breakfast for two. The food was OK, the room seemed old and the casino didn't have a lot of the slots that we like to play. The only good thing was the blackjack dealers were Hooters girls.
Visited this place 7/8/08. Not much fun. Stood in line half an hour to get a players card. The free slot play for new members is a joke.
The whole building is cramped and crowded. We played slots and gave them our money.
I wanted some souvenirs but everything was overpriced. I also wanted a Hooters tank top but the largest size was large. The t-shirts I saw were $30. We won't be back.
Signed up for their slot club and it started to go downhill from there. Had a girl start to sign us up and she decided she needed a break before she finished with us so another girl took over. I got most of the information from a girl registering more players that were next to me. Our host didn't tell us squat
Just didn't like the feel of the casino. It looked cheap and filled with mostly 25 year old males hoping to get a peek at something????
Played the slots and didn't get drink service at all. Went to the bar and ordered the most expense drink I'd ever had in vegas $8 rum and coke. Won't go back!
Just returned from a trip to Las Vegas and visited the relatively new Hooters casino/motel. It's a fun place with good but not special food, friendly staff and a good variety of games. If you play video poker, I would stay away, the few machines they have are poor pay schedules.