We went to the French Lick to take our kids on a USGA golf course fit for them. The place is very beautiful and the room was one of the nicest ones we have been to thus far. It was one of the first places I have stayed at and felt like I was sleeping in my own bed. Overall, the hotel has very beautiful decor and you can definitely tell that the restoration cost was up there! They try to incorporate other family activites, such as tennis, bike riding and bowling. However, if you plan on staying there more than a couple of days and like to stay active, you will become bored rather quickly. We checked out the casino while our kids participated one of their programs and it was very clean. My husband and I do not smoke and this is the only casino we have been to in the area where we didn't feel like we were being hit in the face with smoke! If your looking for a peaceful, slow-paced weeked then the French Lick is it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- French Lick Resort Casino is a $500 million historic restoration and casino development that includes French Lick Springs Hotel, French Lick Casino and West Baden Springs Hotel. This premier resort destination features 689 guest rooms and suites; 42,000-square-foot casino; 45-holes of golf, including fully restored Donald Ross Course and the new, 18-hole Pete Dye Course (opening Spring 2009); two full-service spas with a combined 36 treatment rooms and an array of dining and entertainment options. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- French Lick Hotel French Lick
- French Lick Springs Resort