Horseshoe Casino Luxury All-Suite Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Horseshoe Casino Luxury All-Suite Hotel Bossier City
Loved the Horseshoe at Bossier!!
On our recent visit to the Horseshoe, we had a very enjoyable time; didn't win, but staff was so friendly, and food and drink was delicious! Thanks!
Love this hotel!
This hotel reminds me of the Bellagio in Vegas. Loved it and will return very soon.
We have always stayed at the Horseshoe in the past but wanted to try somewhere different. Stayed one night at the Horseshoe and one at Harrahs. Wish we had stayed at the Horseshoe both nights. Rooms aren't even in the same category. Harrahs is nice, Horseshoe is excellent.
Join the Winners Club for free and stay for $95-$99 at the most. Spend enough money and stay there free or discounted. Either way, best rooms and service in Bossier. Have tried the other casinos also, nothing will compare to the Horseshoe as far as the rooms are concerned. Comps could be better, after all how many of us actually leave with cash?!
Best hotel in the area. People are great. Always have a terrific time.
We have tried all the other hotles with casino's and this is by far the best.
I usually stay at the Hollywood Casino, but went with a friend to The Horseshoe. I figured nobody could out do the Hollywood, but I was wrong! It was a beautiful hotel and the people were all so very nice. I will be making my stays there for now on.
the best hotel in bossier just wish they would send comps out a little more often.
Had a great time every time at the horseshoe for the past several years good people and great food and gambling
High Stakes, but gorgeous
I used to get promos from the Horseshoe all the time. I guess they figured out I am not always a high stakes player. SO I haven't gotten so much as a BOGO offer in ages. They have hands down the best Buffet in town (Haven't tried the new Boomtown one yet in all fairness). The Loungish resturant is pretty good and reasonable. I love the decor and the fishtanks. I can't resist touching the money on the walls. The rooms are absolutely esquisite and they are all suites. I would consider paying the price here if I could afford it. I have stayed twice complimentary and have never paid for the buffet. They used to have poker here but now only Hollywood has that. I love the casino look here and wish I could afford to play here more. When it is busy, it is almost impossible to find a $5 and often hard to find a 10.00 table. We have never gotten much return on the slots here. But if you can play, this is a fun, bright place to play. Horseshoe is the only one of the casinos that we have seen our kind of entertainment at. Occasionally they have rock and roll stars and they have a roof party almost every week. The stores are nice too.
Luxury on the riverfront!
My friend and I go to Shreveport often...and we always stay at the Horseshoe. I have stayed at the Ramada and another "budget" hotel in the area...and they are always too noisy. Horseshoe is away from the freeway and the rooms are usually very quiet when you want to sleep well after a long night of gambling. The only time we encountered a noise problem was when they were doing renovations a floor above us, but that was only once. Very luxurious rooms. A TV in the bathroom!! Spend the extra $ and get a jacuzzi room, you will enjoy all the pearly bubbles that tower past your head when you put one of their lovely bottles of bath gel in the flow of the jet stream. Room service food is delicious...as well as Jack Binion's Steakhouse. Expensive, but what a treat when it is all comped! (My friend is a high roller so we usually get everything for free. Not to brag but its fun!). You must try the asparagus yummmmm. The cigar shop's selection is great, too. The casino is always crowded, because they usually have the best service (if you tip your waitress well she will always come check on you.) The pit bosses and dealers are very friendly and helpful if you don't know how to play (with a few grumps, but thats life). The beds are very comfortable and roooooomy! Well decorated, with two more TV's. One in the living room, and one in the armoir in front of the bed. Stay here, gamble here, eat. I've tried everywhere else and they dont come close. A+++++!
The rooms are great, amenities are plentiful, and the staff excellent. I was treated like royalty from the time I arrived until the time I departed and always served with a smile. Try it you'll love it!
TripAdvisor Reviews Horseshoe Casino Luxury All-Suite Hotel Bossier City
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Drove over to the Riverfront in Shreveport and checked it out. Really nice area. Four or five casinos. Went and ate lunch at Bodacious Bar-B-Q in Bossier City. It was awesome. We had pulled pork sandwiches and peach cobble!
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