Grand Casino Hotel & Resort
Room Reservations: (405) 964-7777
Rooms: 242 Price Range: $129-$179
Suites: 20 Price Range: $149-$199
Restaurants: 5 Liquor: Yes
Buffets: B- $13.95 (Sunday)
L- $10.95/$13.95 (Sunday)
D- $12.95/$28.95 (Friday/Saturday)
Casino Size: 125,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Poker, Keno, Three Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em
Overnight RV Parking: $50 per night.
Special Features: 3,000-seat event center.
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At one time you could take 100 bucks and play all day on the slots. You might not hit a jackpot or win big, but at least could play for a couple of hours. But 100 bucks will last about 5 minutes at the Grand now. I suggest you take your money elsewhere if you are looking for an entertaining evening where 100 bucks will last longer than 5 minutes. The food is good though, but do not expect anyone to offer you any type of drinks...It's all self service......what a shame that it used to be a fun place to go but now has become the joke of the casino's in town!
I would not go to this place, the Pottawatomie tribe there does not give back to Indians on the roll and it seems to be harder to get the help they need housing, medical…Just learned same guy has been in charge for many many years, I thought this was to help the tribe and the ones on the roll? What a bummer for those Indians!!! and the slots are tight
We used to frequent the Grand Casino often, but have recently stopped going. Used to take a crowd out there with us, either family or friends, but the slots have become ridiculously tight, and no one seems to have fun anymore. There is just no "draw"....I hear the same complaints from other patrons. The play twenty for ten, I thought, was decent, but this point system sucks.....no one can seem to tell you how much money you have to spend to earn a point. I really feel sorry for the clerks that have to somehow "sell" this brilliant idea. It's confusing and smells like a scam. Spending my hundred somewhere else, suggest you do the same.
When you put in $100 you would think you could play a game machine all evening, especially at the Penny Archade. This place thinks you should pay for their hotel, their staff that stands around 'looking' busy, is unfriendly and then gobbles up every dime you have on you! Stengy tiny cups you can barely put a drop of coffee or pop in and then makes you feel like you didn't do enough for them while once in awhile some wild playing high roller hits jackpots upstairs. Ever think your little game machine is filing up the high roller's machines up stairs? You'd be right. They play you for a sucker except for "Gotta Have THREE Machines at a time" when she is there. She takes out $15,000 to $20,000 or more a day when she is there. Follow her, find out how she plays and you get it instead. This is a bad joke.