French Lick was a nice getaway. The rooms were fairly large with a spotless bathroom and well decorated. The lobby was grand and the pool (indoor AND outdoor) was nice. It was nice to walk back and forth to the casino. I did kill a couple of bugs and it lacked a minibar.
My only complaint were the food options. They have a very expensive steak place which I am sure it good but way too over priced. We ended up eating at the buffet which was horrible. I really wished I had looked at the buffet before paying money because there wasn't anything on it that looked or tasted good. Big waste of money. The pizza place was equally horrible. the pizza crust was barely done and sloppy. The poolside had some decent sandwiches but they were over priced.
With some better or reasonable food options, this place would be a gem. If I go back, I think I would take a cooler with some sandwiches.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- French Lick Resort Casino is a $500 million historic restoration and casino development that includes French Lick Springs Hotel, French Lick Casino and West Baden Springs Hotel. This premier resort destination features 689 guest rooms and suites; 42,000-square-foot casino; 45-holes of golf, including fully restored Donald Ross Course and the new, 18-hole Pete Dye Course (opening Spring 2009); two full-service spas with a combined 36 treatment rooms and an array of dining and entertainment options. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- French Lick Hotel French Lick
- French Lick Springs Resort
- French Lick Resort