Hollywood Casino Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Joliet, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out Team Stradale, Inc. (2.3 mi) while visiting Joliet, Hollywood Casino Hotel is a short distance away.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and Hollywood Casino Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the steakhouses, including Al's Steakhouse, Final Cut Steakhouse, and Wild Horse, all of which are a short distance from Hollywood Casino Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Pilcher Park, Nowell Park, and Mayor Art Schultz Park.
Enjoy your stay in Joliet!
The RV park was 95% empty, yet when we twice requested a pull-thru, we were told there were none available. I counted 15 empty ones while we were there overnight. Front desk hotel check-in employee was not friendly at all, and couldn't be bothered with us - too busy on her computer. $50 for water and electric only was over-priced for what we got.
First, they charge a $50 deposit despite the confirmation email stating otherwise. The room was dusty, walls had marks on them, and the refrigerator required 10 minutes for me to get working. Window had no screen and had a view of a flat roof that was totally unappealing. Look around before you book.
Dirty, old run down hotel. Looks like a hotel from the 70's that was refurbished (?) some time ago and never maintained. Not connected to the casino - you have to walk across a parking lot, down a sidewalk, across the casino parking lot and into the Hollywood Casino. Then you have a long walk into the actual casino. They do not tell you that on their website. I should have walked out when I first arrived - the mats were filthy at the front door. When I was standing at the check in desk, three people were in an adjoining room looking at a computer screen, two of the three looked up and saw me and let me stand there for 3-5 minutes before one of them got up and asked if I needed something. They were dressed in blue tee shirts, jeans and tennis shoes - not professional looking at all. I should have walked out again at this point - but I didn't. The front desk did not provide me with the first floor handicap accessible room that I reserved several days earlier. I arrived at 1 PM and the front desk manager said I could check in and come back at 3 PM or so to pick up my key. When I returned, they provided me with a second floor room. When I brought it to their attention that I had reserved a first floor handicap accessible room, they were very flippant and said "I asked you when you checked in if you wanted two queen or a king size bed and you did not tell me you needed handicap". I asked if they could see my reservation in their computer system - yes they could but because I did not tell them to their face that I needed a handicap accessible room (even though my reservation stated it), they gave the room(s) to others. There was no attempt to make it right or apology by the front desk manager - they were very flippant and rude. We ended up in a room on the second floor. Elevator door only opened part way and in order for the door to close, you had to jump up and down. The halls were dirty - looked like they had not vacuumed in several days. When we attempted to use our keys, only one worked. Went back to the front desk and they acted as though you were bothering them to get the key programed. Air conditioning in the room was not adequate - had temperature set to 68 and it blew hot air. Water temp in shower was warm at best. "Hot breakfast" consisted of eggs and bacon, cold cereal, toast, juice, coffee, shriveled apples and the yogurt was gone and they did not have any more. They did have Quaker Oats, however, no microwave to cook them. When I inquired, they told me to use the microwave in my room. Needless to say, we did not eat there. Don't waste your money - stay at a hotel off site - probably cheaper, cleaner and nicer people.…
Finding an RV park in big cities is challenging. Is it safe? Is there civilization nearby or are you in the boonies next to the train tracks? Granted, it's over an hour drive into downtown Chicago, but knowing our rig wouldn't be vandalized after a day away playing tourist was worth the nearly $50/night. Check-in was easy, with plenty of room to park. Their greeting was pleasant and they gave us bottled water, along with the hotel's daily breakfast and $5 daily credit to their restaurants. The spaces are level, many with concrete pads, and spacious. They provide a secured bathhouse & laundry ($2 each W&D) and Security patrols every couple of hours 24/7. Yes, we would stay here again.
This is actually a very nice RV park conveniently located within walking distance to the hotel and separated casino (they have a shuttle too). Facilities were clean and breakfast is free in the hotel. We received a $5 discount coupon for a meal at the casino too. The only downsides are no sewer hookup, and nothing for kids to do like a playground. Even the advertised water park across the street is closed for 2019 (not what we were told, oops). But a good one night stay if passing through Joliet.