For $66 (would have been $62 if I had found my AARP card, but they would not or could not let me print out my card from the Internet), the room was very modern and nice except for one stain on the carpeting. Better price than what I found on the Web sites of hotels in nearby Cortez. Casino was pretty small and basic. Only dining options in the hotel were a fast-food counter (closed when I got there) and a dinner buffet, from which my wife got ill (I got a hot dog at the truck stop next door). Only option for breakfast was a buffet, so we ate in Cortez. I would not go out of my way to stay at this hotel, but as a place to sleep it was fine. I would not take a chance on the restaurant, however.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Colorado's first Tribal gaming facility and largest Casino in the Four Corners. Located 20 minutes from the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park and nestled in the shadow of the legendary Sleeping Ute Mountain, the Ute Mountain Casino, Hotel and Resort offers Southwestern hospitality, friendly faces, good food and gaming excitement! The Hotel has 90 rooms including mini and large suites, swimming pool and workout facility. Live Table games from Blackjack Craps and Roulette as well as all the latest and greatest Slots. There is also a large Bingo Hall and Kuchu's restaurant on premises. RV Park and full-service 24-hour Travel Center including fuel/diesel and a convenience store are located right next door. Groups welcome!! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Ute Mountain Hotel Towaoc