Cadillac Jacks Gaming Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCadillac Jacks Gaming Resort Deadwood
Rooms were nice, clean; however, the air conditioning proved a real challenge. I didn't really care for the idea of having to pass through the casino with luggage to get to elevators. The service at the restaurant was poor and not very courteous. Our dinner order was not what was ordered, extra time to get it right. The breakfast buffet in the morning was fair and with BOGO deal, the price was reasonable. I would not recommend the restaurant.
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