We just spent 4 nights at the Horseshoe and it's our favorite place! It's pretty expensive on Saturday nights, so we stayed at Sam's Town the first night - but got a great price for Sunday through Wednesday. Total bill for 4 nights - $145!
What we like: the room is very pleasant. They were remodeled maybe two years ago and our room had a flat screen TV, very comfortable beds and bedding and a lovely bathroom. Not spacious - but it felt like home. We love the casino - lots and lots of table games, lots of $5 blackjack, lots of action. And it's close to both the Sheridan and the Gold Strike, so you can wander between the 3 hotels very easily.
It is extremely easy to get a buffet comped. We play a lot of table games and all you have to do is ask the pit boss. They don't care how much your betting or anything. I don't know how it works if you only play the slot machines - but we asked a question at the Rewards booth and noticed these computer screens off to the right and slid our Player's Card through them - and out popped a buffet ticket! So maybe that's how you get a buffet comp after playing for their advertised half hour for a free meal?
I had a nice win on a quarter machine - enough that they had to hand pay me and give me a W-2!
What we don't like: even though we have requested a king size bed in every reservation and it confirms - we have never received one. I don't know if it has to do with the time we check in (4:00 this trip) or whether they just don't have many (every room we saw as we walked down the hallway was double beds). I wish that they wouldn't confirm a room that they can't give us. And while our room is always lovely, our view is always lousy. We've never been above the 2nd floor (appreciated when there was a tornado warning last spring!), and our view is usually of the air conditioners or the building next door (which had green stuff growing out of the roof gutters this trip!). But we don't go for the view, so it's a minor complaint.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Horseshoe Tunica has been the market leader in gaming and entertainment since opening on February 13, 1995. The casino known nation-wide as the place where real gamblers come to gamble has recently been remodeled to include state-of-the-art technology and luxurious furnishings and contains over 1,380 slot and video poker games, the widest variety of table games in the region. The 25-table World Series of Poker themed poker room featuring a WSOP lounge is a poker player's paradise. Horseshoe Tunica guests enjoy a 14-floor hotel tower with over 500 luxuriously appointed rooms featuring world-class customer service and amenities including: Jack Binion's Steak which offers offer contemporary as well as classic fine dining offerings and a wine bar, the all you can imagine Village Square Buffet featuring fare from all over the world and highlighting Southern specialties and desserts, and the area's only Starbucks. Horseshoe Tunica consistently books headline entertainment to perform at the 1500 seat intimate and stellar Bluesville concert hall. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Horseshoe Hotel Tunica Resorts
- Horseshoe Casino And Hotel
- Horseshoe Casino Tunica Resorts
- Horseshoe Tunica Resorts