Fort Hall CasinoHot
Toll-Free Number: (800) 497-4231
Rooms: 145 Price Range: $149-$229
Suites: 11 Price Range $275-$325
Restaurants: 2 Liquor: No
Casino Size: 15,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Bingo (Wed-Sun)
Overnight RV Parking: Must use RV Park
Special Features: 27-space RV park ($27 per night).
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There not a lot of benefit being part of the players club because it doesn't give diddly, $5 dollars bonus bucks and you spend hundreds or even thousands. Lately they cheapen up and seem to cut out hotel stay. No free meal credits or you have to use the credits you've already earned. I'm local so it doesn't matter but it would be a nice treat.
The Buffalo Horn Grill has served up really good food, so far I have no complaints and the service is friendly. Speed depends on the amount of customers vs staff. They need an extra restroom for the grill, and a extra one for the casino floor or you will have to walk you pants across the casino into the bingo hall to find a available restroom when one is being serviced. They need more janitors on the floor to clean and replace ash trays and garbage.
I do smoke and I'm sorry to all the non-smokers who I've offended with my cigarettes but I can agree they need better ventilation without the fans blowing on top of you either.
They do offer free coffee and soda. They offer monthly cash/prize drawings and if your lucky enough to still be playing you might win something in the hot seat drawing or you will have to spend some cash for a minimal points to play the swipe and win kiosk games being offered, or the chance to be entered into a drawing. Once I had over a thousand entries, not once drawn. It sucks that most of the drawings are on business days were people have to work and can't make it out. Sometimes the same people are picked more than once. Very few times they are on the weekend.
I know a lot of people understand what I'm saying in all this and it seems the complaints are consistent. You should play for fun, but walking away losing most of the time is not fun!
To conclude I understand they are wanting to expand the casino, and management has changed, but there are more people who come out are just average locals who want a good gaming experience. Lots of seniors. There are people who bring serious cash, but if that is what it's going to take to win than I guess many don't stand a chance. Bring what you don't mind losing and hope for the best ,but expect the worst.