Angel of the Winds Casino Hotel

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Angel of the Winds Casino Hotel

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Address
3438 Stoluckquamish Lane
City
Arlington
State
Washington
Zip Code
98223
Country
United States
Phone
(360) 474-9740

Rooms: 125 Price Range: $114-$279
Restaurants: 1 Liquor: Yes
Valet Parking: Free
Buffets: B- $10.99/$16.99 (Saturday/Sunday) L- $11.99 D- $16.99/$27.99 (Fri/Sun)/$25.99(Saturday)
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, Four Card Poker, Poker, Keno
Overnight RV Parking: Free/RV Dump: No
Special Feature: Hybrid charging station

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Player's Club 
 
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2.7  (26)
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My favorite casino
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5.0
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I have recently started going to Angel of the Winds more often and I love it. For awhile they were really frugal with comps but they have recently changed their tactics and now give wonderful benefits. Lovely hostess, Chrissy, is my favorite. Close to home and i am very comfortable going into the casino alone.

J
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HORRIBLE PLACE TO GO!!!
(Updated: February 01, 2017)
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2.2
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2.0
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3.0
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2.0
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2.0
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2.0
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2.0
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2.0

This casino is by far the worse one in washington#!!! Not only have they insulted my ffiance in a very amateur way for no reason what so ever but they are very GREETY And will ttake your kids college fund on top of every penny from you aat any cost just to hand it oout to the very few tribal members and you think they lose a wink of sleep at night?? Not a chance and they aare wiping people out because they know how to lure you in and know once they got you its borderline evil. Terrible place to go trust me!!!

J
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I would never go there again
(Updated: November 28, 2015)
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1.4
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1.0

Our second visit there and I didn't realized how terrible the casino is. We were only there for a couple hours the first time. If I knew it was that bad, would never gone back. Their points are terrible, can't even get a comp after losing $1,400. Their buffet sucks, they need more variety of foods. The hotel is nice, that's about it. The slots are really really tight.

M
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nothing special!
(Updated: October 20, 2015)
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1.3
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1.0
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1.0
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2.0
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2.0

first time at this casino and wasn't impressed .what does friendliest casino in the world mean? slots were tight and food was so so .probably won't go back.Better luck at tulalip !

M
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Worth the visit if traveling I-5
(Updated: July 11, 2015)
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2.8
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2.0
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3.0
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The only Native American based Casinos that I've taken out more money than I deposited.

Been here more than one hundred times though I stop less than once a year now.

The club used to offer a coupon or two per visit (enough to cover my fuel costs) but now limited to a couple a month.

There were other unique secondary incentives such as blackjack bonuses for the most BJ's in a time period along with hourly drawings (for showing up)and monthly (accumulation) drawings. Most of those were discontinued as the Casino expanded. Sure they cost them on the books, but without them I choose to drive somewhere closer to home.

The 99 cent special food was also a big hit when they were cooked to order. That changed when they expanded and began to use oven warmers after a remodel.

From nearly Ivar's quality to the mystery gas station level warmer was a disaster from my perspective. Fresh hot crispy fried fish to soggy luke warm mushy or dried fish jerky.

The Prime Rib in the main Restaurant is mostly a hit, other Casinos rib is lower grade but you pay $30 plus for the Buffet here. Bar food is hit and miss.

Regular staff was extremely nice, management was a bit stiff. Definite disconnect between floor staff and changes seemed as much as a surprise to floor as it was to customers.

Always liked the clubs monthly gifts even though mostly junk, but a few good hits. (great mugs for first time visitors) They had me as a regular customer (who brought in other customers) for a few years.

There seems to be a second dealing Black Jack plague at many of the Native American Casinos in Washington, so you have to be real friendly to not become their favorite mark. Have not played for a few years.

Have not tried since the Hotel opened.

J
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