The lobby is impressive given the city, and the initial impression is that the Tribes pulled it off, and created a big time gaming resort just like the Vegas pros. That's where it ends. We were assured over the phone, twice, that the great promotional rate could be used for two rooms. When we arrived we were informed by a young lady clearly lacking in hospitality training that we would be paying rack rates for the second room. Our efforts to speak with someone over age 18 and perhaps more accommodating met with the same disinterest, just from a twenty-something man. The room was clean. We stayed in the new wing called The Towers. The furnishings were very modern. There is no safe in the room. Room service was prompt and the waiter was friendly. We had rooms facing west. If you can get a view of the Blue Mountains, do it.
- 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