Pechanga Resort and CasinoHot
Toll-Free Number: (877) 711-2946
Gambling Age: 21
Room Reservations: (888) 732-4264
Rooms: 458 Price Range: $169-$499
Suites: 64 Price Range: $229-$750
Restaurants: 10 Liquor: Yes
Buffets: B- $27.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
D- $26.99/$32.99 (Friday/Saturday)
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Video Keno, Blackjack, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Bingo
Overnight RV Parking: Must use RV park
Casino Size: 88,000 Square Feet
Special Features: 206-space RV park ($50-$80 per night). Offers card versions of craps and roulette. Food court with six food outlets.
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Been going to Pachanga when it operated out of a tent. Their new casino has everything that a five star casino has. Their players club give-a-ways are great, especially their free cruise certificates on NCL. There entertainment has been great with Tony Bennet, Donnie & Marie, Wynoa Judd, Boyz II Men etc. As far as winning I have won more jackpots there on slots, than all the other casinos that I have ever played at combined. I realize that it is all luck, but when you consider that you play to win...You want to play where you win. Pachanga offers you more opportunities to win...Just play wisely.
Have been to this place a few times but I'd say it's average as far as the slots payouts: (almost zero) I noticed something very interesting though: They used to advertise the "jackpots" daily, weekly and monthly on their website and they had it on an electronic billboard outside the casino as well but they're no longer doing so, I always wondered about the huge amounts sometimes advertised and wondered if that was the "jackpots" how much money was actually coming in; which had to be many, many times the amount; considering how that works at this and all other casinos which definitely seem to keep 99% plus of what they take but I observed how the "jackpot" amount changed on their website and it appears that wasn't actually jackpots but payouts if any so I wonder if they got caught doing that false advertisement? Perhaps the amounts they announced were even accurate? Oh well these places are not built on the backs of winners but rather on the backs of losers. However, I mostly go to Barona and it's NOT any better.
Take cell phones with you/expect to get lost. The place is huge. Lots of penny slots but they
close many down during the week. Buffet is good but they could replace the snow crab with dungenous. RV park is first class but attendents seem to have an attitude. Play the right slots and you can make money. They may be hard to find but they're there. I was there in May and will return.