We stayed at the casino because we got tickets ($5 each!) for a band. It was very convenient to stay 2 nights in their motel. The room was a nice large king. It had a nice bed, roomy bath and comfy chairs with a large TV. The only thing it lacked was a room refrigerator. The thermostat didn't seem to do anything. There are several eating choices within the casino so you don't have to go outside. They have everything from a snack bar to family restaurant to "fast food", to the Embers, which was a very nice "date night" steak house and lounge.
The staff were all very friendly and helpful. We got a good value on everything. Parking was free. There are many other things in the casino such as a bowling alley, video arcade and gaming areas. They only concern we had was that everything except the rooms and restaurants was very smoky. We forget the tribal casinos still allow smoking on the floor and in the bars. So, we did not feel like gambling since even the non-smoking gambling area wasn't really separate enough o keep the smoke out.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Isleta Resort & Casino. More than a world-class travel destination, Isleta Resort & Casino is a lush oasis, high in the desert, above the crowd and beyond compare. Steeped with native tradition and elegance, we invite you to feel the rhythm, absorb the energy and discover the essence of what a good time really is. Spread Your Wings. Rise above the rest. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hard Rock Hotel And Casino Albuquerque
- Isleta Hotel Albuquerque