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Rooms: 159 Price Range: $116-$189
Suite: 9 Price Range: $289-$449
Restaurants: 2 Liquor: Yes
Valet Parking: Free
Buffets: B- $14.95 (Sun)
D- $16.95/$27.95 (Fri)
Casino Size: 16,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Spanish 21, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker
Overnight RV Parking: Free (must register
first at front desk)/RV Dump: No
Senior Discount: Various Wednesdays if 50+
On the beach
Located on the beach but long walk to the beach. Ocean view rooms are nice. Casino Card is ok but dinner buffet is short on selections for a buffet. Good slot selection but only 3 video poker machines (not very good to mike). Slot machines are tight. Table games are OK but sometimes are hard to get on a table. Hotel, player club and restaurant staff are very helpful and positive. Great swimming pool work out room. Great Area to Visit.
New food and beverage mgr needed
Hotel needs all new staff in sports bar, and a new food and beverage manager. need new menu not so much deep fried food it's so bad they don't have clubhouse sand. I called for the food and bev manager he never returned call.
We looked forward to going to a nice casino at the ocean, 4 of us. Dinner a la carte $30.00 and up after 4 or 5 p.m. Club personnel gave one couple some info and we received totally different info. Hotel is nice bring a telescope if you are lucky enough to get a "view" room. Enjoyed playing some of the slot games that we have not seen in a while, but the tightest slots any of us have ever seen. Sad that they could have such a great thing with the location, and the club personnel need to learn to explain how to enter the various promos. People in town said they get fined for tight slots??? why not share it with their customers. We were there two nights and lost alot.
Slots are better than Vegas, I could take or leave
I've had tremendous luck on the slots in this casino. Very few times have I walked out with less money than I've walked in. Usually I score a few hundred and have won as much as $3200. They rotate their games a lot which is cool because you get to try new ones frequently, but some of my favorite ones have been cycled out, which is kind of a pisser. Also, the 3-wheel $1 machine has been reduced to $.25 which blows (less money in usually means less money out).
I can't speak on the hotel service, players club, or the restaurant because I've never stayed there (no point, I live in Ocean Shores), I've never eaten there, and I don't normally have the patience to wait in line for a players club card. I will say the drink prices are reasonable, but the bar doesn't pour very gratuitously. The place is excessively smokey (and I say this as a smoker), and so help me god, the next time I have to hear about how I can't play some machine because "they're holding it for their friend who is getting lunch", I'm going to knock them out of the chair.
This may be the only casino in the world where the slots have better odds than the craps table and with stupid rules to boot. The craps table has a ridiculous "no set" (dice) rule. For god's sake, your a friggin casino, entertain my superstitions, and shut up. I asked them why this is so, if the dice have to cross the table and hit the opposing wall anyway. They said, "it slows down the game", I replied, "but I'm the only one playing". They responded, "rule are rules, sorry". I said "ditch this bs" and went back to the slots.
I was disappointed. It was cramped and smelled bad like they were trying to cover up the smoke smell with cheap perfume and I'm a smoker. There weren't enough table games I had truly expected more from a place with such a great location.
The building looks worn and un-maintained. Please get a little pride in yourselves........ You have so much potential to make a 5 star place.
On the bright side it does have an awesome view.
Customer Service Lacking
We spent two days at the resort. Played the slots for 2 days and they never payed. We lost more quickly than we'd ever win.
The player's club was never explained to us and the desk people never explained the rules for drawings. No brochures outlining how to use the card.
Can't use the workout facilities until the spa opens (after 9 am). Can't use the sauna or steam room without paying $15 for the day and after the spa is open. When I did use the sauna and steam room it hadn't been on so I used it while it was still warming up. That was a real bummer since I was limited on time. The steam room smelled awful. Suggested they use eucalyptus. They told me they do, but were out of the "spray".
After the sauna, used the shower and they were out of shampoo. Told them they were out. Went back to the sauna later that evening since I payed for the day and they were still out of shampoo.
Was told that I could put charges on my hotel bill, but couldn't put spa services on it. No laundry facility. The room phone was deprogrammed so had to call for room service, spa services, etc, through the hotel operator. It was a pain since the "room book" didn't have extensions for these services.
I don't expect a whole lot, but at $150 for each night, the little things were frustrating. The resort is beautiful, the rooms are nice. Beds are comfortable and housekeeping was good.
A lot of the floor workers in the casino are cranky when asked questions. And, if you aren't buying drinks, they take their time in getting water, coffee, etc... if they ever come back. It would be an awesome place if they took just a little more care in the customer service department.
What a place
I have been to a number of casinos in my day, but none with the majesty of the pacific ocean at its door. Great service, great location.