This is a truly top-notch little hotel. My wife and I have stayed here twice now (November 2012 and February 2013) thanks to their mailed promos offering a free room night, because we play here often. The second time, it even included a sit-down breakfast at the awesome 360 restaurant. Didn't even charge for juice or milk, it was simply included, so we tipped WELL! Anyhow, back to the property, valet is included (tip your valets, it is appreciated) and they have valet at both the casino and the hotel entrances. At night you may find it will be a few minutes before the valet can get to your car because they don't man the hotel station much after 8-9pm, but they WILL send someone. Just bring your keys inside to the front desk and they will get you taken care of. Check in was a breeze. Your Apache Rewards card works as your room key, so don't leave it in a machine! The elevators are right past the check in counter and before the outdoor pool. Six floors if I remember right, we have stayed on 3 and 5 so far. There are no smoking rooms available, the hotel part is smoke-free (smoking is permitted in all casino areas however). The rooms we have stayed in have a large glass shower stall, wall to separate from the commode, hair dryer, iron, a nice sized TV, and plenty of power outlets throughout. The desk area has a little desk that rolls out from underneath which is great for my wife and I. She sits at the main desk in the big rolling chair and I sit in the squishy chair and use the smaller desk and we can both work with our laptops. For being as high up as we were the internet access was quite good 3 to 5 bars at all hours evening, overnight, and morning. Check out was just as simple as check in and the valet brought out truck up as we were checking out. The normal rates I believe are $89-$99 or so and this would be a fine deal if we had paid since when we go to Lawton, the only thing we go to is Apache casino anyway and sometimes Comanche Nation. Compared to the other three properties in Lawton we have used, this Apache Casino Hotel is worth the full price, whereas the Holiday Inn Express, SpringHill, and La Quinta (40th St) were worth the $50-$60 we paid on Priceline but wouldn't be worth their full $80-$100 regular rates. We will absolutely stay here again without question, even if it costs us $99 next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Friendly service is what we are all about at Apache Casino Hotel. Live gaming action, including over 750 machines and nine gaming tables. Elite, gourmet dining experience in the 360 restaurant and ultimate comfort in our guest rooms. Close to Fort Sill, Wild Life Refuge, Goodyear, Museums, Wichita Mountains, Chamber Corp. Co, and Cameron University. We strive to be the friendliest Casino in Oklahoma. When you are here, you are part of our family. ... more less
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