Santa Claran CasinoHot
This casino was formerly known as the Big Rock Casino Bowl
Rooms: 124 Price Range: $159-$129
Suites: 19 Price Range: $169-$189
Restaurants: 4 Liquor: Yes
Hours: 8am-4am/24 hours (Friday-Saturday)
Casino Size: 36,000 square feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette
Overnight RV Parking: No
Special Features: 24 lane bowling alley
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I pass by this casino on my way to Taos, I Blew $200.- in less than an hour by playing $0.50-0.75/spin, what a rip off. Donâ€™t waste your money here, itâ€™s literally like you just throw it out the window.
Stayed overnight at this casino on a trip through New Mexico where we stopped at 4 casinos during the trip. This one was one of the nicest. There was lots of room on the floor and you never felt crowded. The ceilings were high and the casino had good air circulation so there was no smell of smoke either, unless one was sitting right next to a smoker. The rooms were beautiful and really big and well decorated in Western art as was the hotel lobby and adjoining areas. We ate supper and breakfast in the restaurant and the food was certainly adequate, though nothing really special. However I don't think one goes to a casino restaurant for gourmet food. The night we were there, the restaurant had a prime rib special and it was plenty of food for the price. The players club had a promo in which new members received $25 in casino gaming credits. Although my wife and I both signed up and received a total of $50 in playing credits, we certainly didn't win anything all night regardless of how much one put in a machine so I would say the promo certainly didn't help put one in the winners category.
All in all, a pleasant overnight stay and would go back for the food and atmosphere