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My husband and I and our son and his friends booked two rooms for a Saturday night. The front desk employee (Michelle) was totally unflappable when a guest interrupted our check in with a very loud complaint. She told the person that she would be...More
Nothing special here as a hotel, but it absolutely met expectations. Slept great, room was clean, had a nice note from room service. If I'm in the area again, I won't hesitate to stay at Grand Casino again.
I was in town for a wedding and Booked a room for two nights for $279 more then what I wanted to spend but I thought it might be nice. Sunday morning brings a slip of paper under the door you have a Free nights...More
Stayed here twice in the last two months both visits staff very friendly rooms clean not smoky smelling at all beds comfortable if you use your AARP card you get a discount very accomodating pool and hot area very nice and clean
It was over $15 a person to eat here, so we figured the options would be great, but what they did have wasn't very good. The options they had were just typical things you could get at any buffet for half the price. The only...More
US$93 - US$243 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The non smoking section is RIDICULOUSLY small compared to the rest o the entire casino and to get to the non smoking section you have to walk through the smoking section. They claim it is an "amenity" to their guests. Not to... More
The non smoking section is RIDICULOUSLY small compared to the rest o the entire casino and to get to the non smoking section you have to walk through the smoking section. They claim it is an "amenity" to their guests. Not to mention you smell like an ashtray regardless because the smoking is terrible and some of the guests are not considerate enough not to light up if you are sitting there not smoking.