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For the money, not a bad choice but with two caveats: 1) On some weekends, big-name entertainers draw lots of fans and room prices do climb rather noticeably. Weekday rates are reasonable. 2) If you are at all allergic to smoke, do not plan to...More
Stayed here on a Saturday night on the way home from Duluth, MN. Fortunately I made the reservation a couple months earlier. The total was $130 which I think is too high for a casino, but I'm not a regular so maybe their club card...More
Very nice place to stay,very friendly people.Great food,nice rooms,and just loved the gambling.would do this again in a second.just wish I had move time,a little far to drive but well worth it.they also have a very nice swimming pool and a very nice buffet and...More
We did not stay here but went there for food and to look around. There was only one restaurant that was open on Christmas day, the food was good and reasonably priced. There were also other options. We picked up a salad and pizza at...More
Great hotel & casino, staff if friendly and happy to help you. Large rooms and baths, handicap assessable with mini fridge and microwave.
Casino has good variety of slots and table games.
Casino points program is good value for Minnesota casinos.
$94 - $242 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The non smoking section is RIDICULOUSLY small compared to the rest o the entire casino and to get to the non smoking section you have to walk through the smoking section. They claim it is an "amenity" to their guests. Not to... More
The non smoking section is RIDICULOUSLY small compared to the rest o the entire casino and to get to the non smoking section you have to walk through the smoking section. They claim it is an "amenity" to their guests. Not to mention you smell like an ashtray regardless because the smoking is terrible and some of the guests are not considerate enough not to light up if you are sitting there not smoking.