Wildhorse Resort & Casino Hot
Toll-Free Number: (800) 654-9453
Rooms: 300 Price Range: $70-$199
Suites: 37 Price Range: $100-199
Restaurants: 7 Liquor: Yes
Buffets: B/L- $12.95 (Saturday)/$18.95 (Sunday) D- $15.95
Casino Size: 40,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Spanish 21, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Poker, Three Card Poker, Keno, Bingo
Overnight RV Parking: Free Free/RV Dump: Yes
Senior Discount: Various if 55+
Special Features: 100-space RV park ($31-$41 per night). Cultural Institute. 18-hole golf course. Health spa. Child care center, 5 screen cineplex. Every second and fourth week dinner buffet is $24.99 (Thursday)/$22.99 (Friday).
Oregon Casino Tour - Wild Horse
Glad we didn't read the reviews before going here. We try to give honest reviews not the all fives by people who may be from the casino or all ones by the casino haters. We didn't stay long at this casino but, found it interesting. It seemed to have a large selection of machines. We didn't win but, that is usual for any Oregon Casino. The girl at the players club was nice. Don't think we got a lot for signing up. They did send a birthday letter but, the reward of free double points was not enough to get me to take the 9 hour drive. We didn't get to see all of the casino and will return when we are again in the area.
off and on
I stop once and a while. In the past 3 years I've had to claim about 14000 but I've probably dumped 9000 back ok I guess,but lately you just can't seem to really hit it. It's still better than the casino in toppenish!
Tough to Win Here
This casino is the closest to us we play slots, my husband used to play cards. We go once a week and lose EVERY WEEK!! ugh since they opened we won 4 times it's getting to the point where we are thinking of saving our money and going to Spokane once a month at least we can have a better chance of at least breaking even. They won't even give us a break on the room rates we spend 300.00 a week OMG!! no wonder they can afford to add more space!
First and last visit
My wife and I go to Jackpot NV once a year for vacation. We decided we would try Wildhorse casino this year as a change from the usual. For the reasons noted below, we will not be returning:
The reservations we made were for a courtyard standard room with one king bed. They put us in a room with 2 queen beds.
We told them we were bringing our small chiguagua with us. They said that would be OK. But did not mention that the rooms would be an extra 10 bucks a night and a 200 dollar pet deposit...which is no big deal except for the fact we were not informed by them of this until we were checking in. This info is also nowhere to be found on their website either.
You can't drink a beer while you gamble because the Indian reservation is a dry reservation. You can only drink inside the wildfire sports bar, if you feel like paying for overpriced drinks that should be free. That was the deal breaker for me and my wife. When we go to Jackpot we get all our drinks for free at all the casinos while we are gambling which is a big comp in my eyes. It defrays the cost of the vacation and frees up more of my money to gamble with. The Wildhorse would double or even triple the amount of visitors to their casino if they would take a lesson from Nevada casinos and give free drinks to the people who are gambling. This info is also nowhere to be found on their website either.
The food was average at best and expensive for what you get.
Overall a very boring and costly experience!
Tight slots, poor service, bugs in the hotel room.
One word can sum up the Wildhorse casino and resort. AVOID.
This is a compact review of both the casino and the resort.
Both my girlfriend and I have visited this property a few times, and each time we go it is worse than the last. Tight slots, very very poor service, shabby loud hotel rooms, and it's in the middle of nowhere. We just got back from this dive, and we were extremely unimpressed.
The casino: Terrible player card system. $1.00 in comps for every 500.00 in play. (You need to play through $5000.00 for a $10.00 comp.. lol) Slots were tight across all denominations and betting levels. Slots are also very old, and it's hard to find an attendant.No drinks on the casino floor. Bar closes at 12am...No real options for quality food.
The hotel: Pretty much a motel, with subpar service and amenities. Rock hard bed. Way overpriced at $89.00 a night. There were bugs in our room, and construction happening at 6am. When we asked for a late checkout due to the fact we couldn't sleep from the construction they told us no.. How sweet of them.
In closing we will be taking our $10,000.00 in play to a real casino that offers good service and fun.
Wildhorse casino is a sad excuse for a business. Again, save your money and avoid this place.
Slots way too tight.
Excellent buffet, small but plenty of variety. Delicious steak and desserts. Slots way too tight. Wish there were more penny machines other than video one. Would go back but not if it is out of our way. RV park is great and well worth the money.
Wildhorse...........Very nice........we always enjoy stopping in for the Seafood Buffet on Thursday Nights :)
Reply to previous comment
Never been here...just doing some research. Saw the comment about how they won't pay if you hurt yourself in the casino....wanted to reply to that:
I don't know the circumstances of your fall, but as a general rule of thumb...you don't get compensated for your clumsiness UNLESS the establishment did something negligent (like left a huge pool of water on a tile floor, debris on the floor that couldn't be avoided, etc). If you hurt yourself by tripping on a stair that is secure, that's your problem.
They should not have to pay for a doctor or an ambulance. Otherwise anyone who sustains an injury to themselves through no fault of the casino will get free medical/hospitalization. That's a fast way to put your casino out of business.
It's only when they are negligent that they are compelled to pay for your medical expenses. If they were negligent and they still aren't paying...appeal to their particular tribe.
I'm not sure what laws apply to Indian casinos with regard to liability, but if approached reasonably and to the right people, you may be able to recoup some of your expenses if the injury was attributable to their negligence.
One of my favs
Concur w/review that states slots seem to be tight one day, loose the next.
Friendly, laid back atmostphere. Good food, decent prices. Always seems to be upgrading/remodeling... but keeps getting better.
80% of the time I walk out the front door w/more $$$ in hand or at least breaking even (when I can control myself lol!).
Slots are extremly tight one day, and loose the next? The food and drink are fair priced and well kept, friendly service,fun atmosphere, you could do alot worse than the Wildhorse....
Don't fall or get hurt in this casino.
Very poor service if you trip or fall in Casino. They don't feel they have to pay for emergency or doctors.
They charge $300.00 to transport you to hospital and don't pay any treatments. I hurt my knee falling and broke my arm.
I was told they don't pay even when they see you trip.