If you were merely going here to stay in the rooms at Prairie Band, thw rooms are nice and I could recommend one if you were receiving a discounted price. Otherwise I would simply stay in Topeka. We ate in the buffet several times, and it is very average both in the selection of foods and food taste (for example, compared to Kansas Star Casino.Buffet we had just eaten at the day before). Much better places to eat in Topeka. The smell of smoke is very obvious throughout the casino, and your clothes will reek of smoke after a short while (unlike in several smoke free South Dakota casinos we recently visited). Finally if you are coming to play slots I would say forget it. They have an extremely poor payout, and even if you get a bonus don't expect much. I got several that provided very poor returns, and, in fact on one gave me $0. Really Prairie Band you can do better. If you want a nice trip combining a stay at a casino for slot playing I would try a trip to South Dakota. We recently went there and played at four different casinos in Deadwood, and saw many more significant jackpots ($300-2000, including three $500+ we won) given to slots players than we ever have seen at casinos in Kansas, including Prairie Band. Seems all the casinos in Kansas that we have visited simply aren't interested in entertaining visitors, but only want to take their money. We don't mind losing money on slots if we can only play for a while, but we haven't been able to do that in Kansas - too bad.
- Also Known As:
- Prairie Band Hotel Mayetta
- Prairie Band Casino And Resort
- Prairie Band Resort
- Harrahs Prairie Band Casino