We have been to the buffet a few times and most recently decided to try out the seafood buffet. The buffet was actually pretty good, I was surprised. Previously I went there on a Sunday afternoon and was very unimpressed. There were lots of crab legs (two varieties that I forget since I don't eat crab but my husband and son were happy with it), good salmon, various fried fish and some other alternatives such as prime rib which is always good there. The desserts seemed better somehow than last time I was there even though I'm sure they were the same. I even tried a couple of the sugar free desserts by accident and was pleasently surprised that they didn't taste like chemical sugar. I am not a big buffet person but I'd say that dinner is ok here, lunch not so much. The casino itself seems kind of small but I'm not a big gambler. They have added a big movie theater and completely revamped the hotel adding about 8 floors but I have not been to those.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Expanded in the fall of 2011, the 10 story hotel offers rooms and suites, indoor pool and sauna, fitness center and business center. Adjoining to the hotel is a full Las Vegas style casino, 7 restaurants, a 5 screen cineplex, video arcade, Children's Entertainment Center and conference center. On the resort grounds: a 18-hole championship golf course, a RV Park, a Tipi Village and a world-class Tribal museum. 5 miles east of Pendleton, Oregon at the foot of the Blue Mountains. Just off I-84 at exit 216. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Wildhorse Resort And Casino
- Wildhorse Hotel Pendleton