WaterView Casino and Hotel
Toll-Free Number: (877) 711-0677
Rooms: 60 Price Range: $49-$79
Suites: 62 Price Range: $129-$200
Buffets: L- $10.95 D- $13.95/$24.95 (Fri/Sat)
Casino Size: 32,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three-Card Poker, Mississippi Stud
Overnight RV Parking: No
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I booked a room online from the website that was supposed to be a suite with 2 queen beds and an in-room Jacuzzi. When my wife and I got there, we were given a "King mini-suite" with a Jacuzzi bathtub in the bathroom. I called the front desk to see if there had been a mistake and they informed me that NONE of the rooms had in-room Jacuzzi's (even though that is what the website indicates and that is where my expectations were set). My wife and I stayed Friday and Saturday night and our stay was a disaster. I have traveled quite a bit in my lifetime and I have stayed at just about every level of hotel. But I've never stayed at a casino hotel that was so disappointing. The air conditioning was broken in our room. It was so uncomfortably warm that we had to open the balcony door on and off all weekend to cool the room. The light above the Jacuzzi (in the bathroom) flashed on and off randomly and often. There was wallpaper peeling in the bathroom next to the shower and toilet with black mold everywhere behind it. The TV was an old Zenith tube-type TV with 11 channels. Now, I'm not a prude. I understand that they want to keep their customers out in the casino, so it makes sense to not have many luxuries in the room. However, this was just unacceptable. The icing on the cake was when we went to check out. As my wife and I were leaving Sunday, the cleaning ladies were doing their job and there was a room 4 doors down from ours with the door open for cleaning. Right there was a king room with an in-room Jacuzzi! We were extremely upset. I'm a very non-confrontational person but when I mentioned all that to the lady at the front desk, I didn't get any satisfaction. I wasn't looking for anything free or even discounted but what I got was indifference and a little frustration from the staff. And at the risk of sounding downright spoiled, we had to ask for a valet at check-in and loaded the luggage cart ourselves and took it up to the room. Then at check-out we had to wait for a valet who brought my vehicle and hopped out saying, "have a nice day". He didn't offer to help with our luggage or anything. Our weekend was a waste of money and a waste of an attempt to have a nice weekend away.
On the return trip we decided to stay in Vicksburg. We got in kind of late so only the Cafe was open. Service was friendly, but frankly slow, food looked pretty good however.
Room was cheap and priced fair. The room was warm, it was cold outside so I assume they had the cooling units off. Internet was free so I could check e-mail.
I actually like the casino and it had a decent selection of games for its size. There are bars upstairs and down. The cocktail waitresses served double duty as the bartender.
The attitude of the staff seemed like the economy had them depressed. The place was mostly locals and there was no buzz or excitement in the place outside of the sound of the machines.
Doubtful I would go back because the place just seemed sad and tired. It was clean and all but just kind of depressing.
We stopped in Diamond Jacks in Bossier City and found the players club cards are not networked. That too was a disappointment.