Horseshoe Casino and Hotel
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Extremely smoky! No food court. Rooms are nice. Nice beds.
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Loved Horseshoe Casino and Hotel in Tunica
The casino was extremely nice and the personnel were very prompt during the change over of ownership to Harrahs even though it will keep the Horseshoe name. We stayed three days and two nights and the room was very nice and clean, a little far from elevator but then we did not book far in advance so we were just glad they had a room for us. This is a fun place to go, they have lots of games of chance and a nice pool should you need a break or have kids with you, also the Tunica Queen is a nice trip for kids that is close and does not take much out of your gambling time. Great place to go A+++++ Of course I won a progressive jackpot on this trip which made it much better. I just need to find an airline that flys near them.
Nice place to stay and play
We would highly recommend the Horseshoe hotel and casino. The rooms are nice and clean, and we always get a good deal on staying there with our comps. Our meals are free with our comps also, and I'll have to say one of the best "Buffets" in the whole area. I like haveing the rooms connected to the casino, so you never have to go outside. we hope to go back again real soon.
Same wondeful casino
this is our second trip to tunica since the horsehoe has new owners. the horseshoe remains one of our favorite casinos. the staff in every department are eager to please. their buffet remains number one in tunica. the casino is big and winning is good there.
Horshoe Is Happining
In 2004 our family went to the Horsehoe and Gold Strike 3 times. All times we received FREE buffets and other comped meals from our play. Rooms are nice and easily accessible to the gaming area. There is even a security guard watching the entrance to the room elevators. This place has a down home country feel. All the staff makes you feel welcome. We had a great time and made money on most of our trips. I even hit a $600 jackpot on the $1 slots. We are planning to go back in March 2005 -- See ya there.
Loved The Horseshoe Casino
What a beautiful place and very clean and the smoke wasn't bad at all. We got a great deal on our room and all our meals were free!!! The room had 2 Queen beds and soke free, and the hotel area was very quiet and security was very good also. Everyone was so friendly and we visited other casinos but the Horseshoe was by far the best one.. It was cleaner and the smoke wasn't bothersome there and more room to move about in and the Food was out of this world. Everuone had a great time and we will be going back again.
Excellent room and service at Horseshoe Hotel
we STAYED 5 DAYS AT THE hORSESHOE HOTEL CASINO AND ENJOYED GREAT CASINO GAMBLING we enjoyed excellent buffet meals and our room was A-1. Their staff was courteous and helpful. WE also gambled at other casinos and also enjoyed the Hollywood and Grand casinos. the 600 mile distance is the only reason that nprevent us from visiting more often. WE would definitely recommend Horseshoe as the premier place to stay in Robinsonville MS.
More nickle machines
My sister and I were at the Horseshoe yesterday and found the nickle slots to be so bad. We both would have liked to see the ones that are more like the regular slot games. They had so very few nickle slots to play. I think they need more of them.
Horseshoe outstanding, but skip Fitzgerald's
Just returned from Robinsonville MI (also referred to as Tunica) and stayed at both Fitzgerald's Hotel/Casino and the Horseshoe.We were very disappointed in Fitzgerald's. The room and hotel hallways were, frankly, dirty. The price, at $19.99 per night, was a great deal, but I know the other hotels also offer great deals and deliver more than this. The small indoor atrium pool area was nice, and there was an outdoor patio for sun worshipers. The Horseshoe, to which we moved for our final night, was outstanding. Absolutely beautiful, a small but very nice outdoor pool area, great hotel security (had to show a room key to go up on the elevators, had to know the guest's name to get a call put through to a room as opposed to just a room number, etc.) The gaming staff is very nice too. Just an upscale place all around. Buffet is excellent and reasonably priced if you have to pay for it (i.e. if you don't receive meals as complimentaries for "play" in the casino).
We loved it and will stay again. Note- we could not find a good internet rate and were quoted $99. per night, so they do charge for the quality offered.
Stayed at Horseshoe Casino for two nights and although we didn't come away "big winners", we had a wonderful time. Also, the comps were great--make sure to get your card when you start and the points add up--we got a free buffet, better room rates and a leather bag just for playing. The buffet was huge and very good!
Have been to the Horseshoe Casino several times in the past few years. Suites are top notch. Binions Steakhouse has the best lobster in town. Comps for high rollers can't be beat. HT
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