Here's what we liked: the room rate was reasonable (online at $61/nite) and if you join the Express Club you can get a promotion for a discounted room rate. Received $10 coupon to use at restaurants onsite. Room was adequate for weekend stay; no frills, but was clean. Guests have option of having housekeeping clean room or just bring in towels.
Here's what we didn't like: hardly any of the staff smiled: this included the front desk, the wait staff in their restaurants, security (we expected that), and casino attendants. The food was so-so; breakfast brunch was a good buy at $7.99/person, but the scrambled eggs were from a package; the wait staff who were to bring beverages were slow to unresponsive. Food was not that tasty or at correct temperature. Played the slots where you put in cash and if you're lucky enough to win (rare!) you get a receipt to take to a kiosk. Didn't hear many people winning; didn't see any big wins during our 3-day stay.
If we go again, it would be to make the hotel our base camp as we toured the area: is close to Walnut Grove (Laura Ingalls home), Fort Ridgley, Harkin Store, New Ulm (lots to see and do there!), and other things. Good place to hang your hat while fishing or hunting in the area. Would also be a pretty drive in the fall if you live in the Twin Cities and head southwest, as there are lots of woods (and corn/soybean fields).
We would recommend this hotel to others if you don't want to gamble; just have a reasonable place to stay. But do venture out when you're hungry. Redwood Falls is not that far away (6 miles maybe) and they have several restaurants to choose from.
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