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Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

This review is based on our comp 2 night stay. We normally go to Reno as a family but received an invitation to Graton with a family member. It could've been 5 stars but there are a few inconveniences staying at the hotel. The floor doesn't serve alcohol while playing. The entrance to the elevators are located behind the reception area. Since it wasn't too busy, there are lines of staff greeting you going through the lobby. I personally don't like walking through a line of staff everyday to feel like royalt with kids in tow. There are also boxes of snacks and goodies that are sensored sitting right near the tv. With kids I had to remind them every second not to touch them. The mini bar refrigerator also is sensored and can bill your room automatically. This resort is best for couples to provide a romantic getaway. They have a full bath and shower. Big screen tv and beautiful decor throughout the hotel.

Date of stay: December 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
2  Thank Mom42sf
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Reviewed 8 December 2016

Brand new hotel, very good facilities that you will enjoy. In particularly the bathroom and sleeping rooms were great! Still missing a breakfast but a Starbucks on premise will keep you going. Same for dinner, a small food court with different options that will suffice.

Date of stay: December 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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1  Thank Carlos V
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Reviewed 1 December 2016

Wow, live in the community and need to tell you Rohnert Park is a Crap Hole. Nothing here to have a hotel that charges $225.00 to $300.00 for a room when the homeless get a room at Motel 6 for $80.00 just down the street. Really Graton. You need to think about where you are and adjust your rates.

Room tip: Stay some where else. Really over priced
Date of stay: November 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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6  Thank scooteraroo
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Reviewed 5 November 2016

Sorry to find in ten years they seemingly have not progressed.
With a hospitality attitude of you are their to give them money,
I am surprised their is any money to pay the lousy help.
Lousy games, odds, decor, and cordiality.
Stay Away. Just drink more wine elsewhere close.

Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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5  Thank pfzelechoski
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Reviewed 2 November 2016

HORRIBLE.

Stayed in a king room on the first night that the rooms were open (November 1, 2016). Thankfully, the room was free or else I would've felt totally scammed. If you pay anything more than $100/night for this place you're not only getting ripped off in the casino but the hotel as well.

The decor in the hotel is HIDEOUS. If you long for a return to the 1970s then this place is your dream. I swear I saw swag lamps next to the bed or something remarkably as distasteful. The soaking tub is one hell of a soaking tub -- if you're 4'6" in height. Not a single jet in the tub either and the water pressure is so dismal it will take two hours out of your stay to fill the tub (ok, maybe a slight exaggeration but it is the slowest running water I have ever seen for a soaking tub). That lack of water pressure, by the way, carries over to the separate shower and the massaging shower head is wasted because all you will feel is trickles.

There is a complete lack of comfort and style in these rooms. The work space/desk lacks a single drawer, there is no TV cabinet or anything similar that provides drawers in which to place things, the "dresser" drawers are limited in number and capacity, and there are likewise, no drawers or cabinets at all in the bathroom. The toilet in the bathroom is so small and awkwardly placed that if you are bigger than maybe 6'2" or 250lbs. you're going to be in for an adventure.

The TV is the most ridiculous sized TV for a hotel that is brand new so bring your binoculars if you intend to watch TV from bed. The color scheme chosen for the rooms makes you want to vomit the entire time that your eyes are open in the room. In short, whoever designed these rooms should never be permitted to do so again with any other hotel EVER. Perhaps it was the general contractor's spouse who provided the interior design elements or some poor patron who lost big in the casino and is trying to repay a debt (I know this narrows the potential pool of possible people down to approximately 250,000).

Pretty sad that with all of the hype and build up this place has given for its hotel over the past several months (if not years) that this was the best that could be provided. Rather than a "resort" type of room it reminds you more of a Holiday Inn room.

Thunder Valley built its hotel about 10 years ago but you would think it was Graton that built its hotel 10 years ago. Thunder Valley's rooms completely blow Graton's rooms out of the water (not even a contest). Even Cache Creek has better rooms than what you'll get at the newest "casino and resort" destination. Don't get ripped off by the casino and the hotel and stay away from the hotel (and the casino if you can).

Have any desire to enjoy a cold beverage from the mini bar? Better hope that whoever prepared your room remembered to put the beverages and other things in the mini bar rather than leaving them all sitting on the top of the desk above the mini bar. I'm still baffled by how someone forgets to put more than 30 cans and bottles of beverages into the mini bar (alcohol included) and just leaves every one of them sitting outside.

Be sure to also check your glassware before using any of the glasses or you might end up with a nasty cut lip/mouth from the glass that has the large chip on the top of it (how you place a chipped drinking glass in a hotel room that is brand new is again something I cannot begin to comprehend).

These rooms are seriously overpriced currently. However, don't fret. No one will ever pay the current prices to stay here or, if they do, they'll make sure to never come back again. In about a few months, the price for these rooms will drop like a bad habit to below $100/night. Within a year, this hotel will be the equivalent of a Ramada Inn.

Graton should take some of the tens of millions it makes from robbing people in its casino and implode this new hotel and start over. Perhaps the architects and interior designers from Thunder Valley are available now to assist.

P.S. The interior hallway lighting is enough to burn your retinas. You would think they were lighting up AT&T Park for a nighttime Giants game it is so freaking bright in the hallways ("I wear my sunglasses at night").

P.P.S. Enjoy the stellar views from your windows -- of the parking lot and rooftop. If you're lucky, maybe you can get a glimpse of Scandia Family Fun Center.

Date of stay: November 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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9  Thank ahkcal
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