the new casino is as tight as a drum. more than likely to make up for all the money they spent on the new building. during the week it's a ghost town, weekends aren't so bad. but if you don't like smoke, don't go there. they have one tiny non smoking room, but the smoke still gets into it because it's wide open right next to smoking.
for the amount of money someone could burn through there, they're better off flying to vegas, staying a weekend, playing all the machines, take in a few shows, eat well and probably still wont have spent as much as you lose at the st. croix casino in less than an evening.
buffet is pretty pricey. food is very, very salty, but there's lots to choose from, depending on which night you go.
we've stopped going, since 50 bucks wont last you but about 10 minutes on the machines
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Visit us at St. Croix Casino Danbury! We've got your game! Whether your preference is slots, blackjack, roulette, craps or poker, St. Croix Casino Danbury has what you're looking for. St. Croix Casino Danbury. All new and waiting for you!Every stay at the St. Croix Casino Danbury Hotel is special. Our attached hotel has 47 standard rooms, standard suites, high roller suites and executive suites with second-story lofts. Guests also have the use of the hotel's deluxe indoor pool. The St. Croix Lodge, located about a block from the casino, is also still open for business. Complimentary shuttle service is available from the Lodge to the casino. ... more less