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Very expensive not well built very noisy
We spent one night there. The resort itself offers a lot, but the rooms are your general hotel rooms with no sound insullation. I have never had a worse night of sleep. You can hear people flushing their toilets several flors up and down. Don't stay there, pay for a nice B&B. Much cheaper and much nicer.
V.I.P. - NOT JUST A SLOGAN
A place where everone is a V.I.P. Excellent service, great food, and more than enough table games and slots to make the stay worth your while.
Go and enjoy!
Repeat to get the best
You have to utilize your player's card alot to reap the benefits of the hotel...I don't pay over one hundred dollars even at peak times; to stay in the hotel. It is not Vegas, but if you play enough, you can reap the rewards of free meals, comp shows etc...
Better than Expected
Stayed at Mohegan for one night in August, 2003. We were pleasantly surprised with the hotel. The room was very large and very clean.
Bathroom was nothing special but adequate. Overall decor was nice. We got a player's rate of $125 even though I had just signed up and had yet to gamble there. We had lunch at the more expensive of the 2 buffets. Food was okay but definitely not worth $18.00. I like the decor/atmosphere of Mohegan a lot. It is far superior to Foxwoods in my opinion. The biggest disappointment was the drink service in the casino. We played blackjack for several hours and got maybe 2 drinks.
I've had the same problem at Foxwoods. Unfortunately they are closing the poker room at Mohegan, which is means I'll be stuck going to Foxwoods most of the time from now on.
My wife and I spent three days of our honeymoon at Mohegan Sun. We did ask for a smoking room and got it. The hotel/casino/resturant/shops staff were wonderful. Their security personel were first rate. We took advantage of the Spa and pool and a great massage as well. We highly recomend Mohegan Sun.
Reservations don't really matter
made reservations for non smoking 2 months before,nothing available and got an attitude at front desk from the young lady also took smoking room asked if we could have a view at least yeah we got the roof to the pool .Last time we stayed they scored a 10 this time 2.The staff needs to be a little more customer service oreintated making a reservation should mean something !!!!!!!
Service and Style
My husband and I stayed for the first time at Mohegan Aug 6 ,2003. We found the service to be great as well as the room. I also think that it has alot to offer visitors like the shops and restaurants which I think are so much more beautiful than Foxwoods. Oh! I forgot the free entertainment in the Wolfs den! Great idea! We'll be back.
Service very poor
I found the service to be terrible The people that run the place are to young .I paid $200 for 1 nightand I was told I would have to take a smoking room . Give me Foxwood anytime they know how to treat people.
Anybody else out there have a bad experience with them ?
Large, comfortable rooms
Only opened a little more than a year, the rooms are still clean and spiffy. Large bathrooms with nice toiletries. King size bed has six very comfy pillows! TV offers in room movies, video games, room checkout options, and a channel that plays the keno draws. Didn't order room service as it's a bit pricey. Try Filedias for breakfast on the lobby level, open 24-hours. Easy access to casino of the sky, shopping area and plenty of dining choices.
My husband and I just got back from a one night, stay at the Mohegan Sun, and this place is awesome. I did not want to leave! I was expecting it to be nice, but it is amazing!! All areas of the hotel and casino are top notch. True attention to detail everywhere you look (and I mean everywhere, even the food court!!) Very clean, very new. Although there were many people checking in as we were late Fri. afternoon, valet parking was very convenient & quick, check in very quick.. Lobby is georgous with a center water fountain that looks more like a gentle pond - it flows into a rocky waterfall down to the casino area. Room - we stayed in a "regular room" King size bed. The bed was triple sheeted! The room decor was art deco/modern. The bathroom had beautiful black & jewel colored mosaic tile in a pattern on the floor and around the mirror. Built in blow dryer, and also a make-up mirror that I found very handy. Very clean - and I did inspect the tub, sink & toilet! My husband even remarked how comfortable the bed was, and it had lots of pillows, which I love. Of couse TV w/movies on demand. Mini bar, which we did not touch!-- a bit pricey. Ask for a room overlooking the river, we had a view of a roof. Another nice thing is the pool and spa are all on the 3rd floor, so you do not have to traipse through a lobby or casino in your bathing suit. I did not use the spa on this trip, but you walk by it going to the pool and it looked lovely. The pool is very nice, lots of windows overlooking a terrace that has lots of pretty landscaping. I spent more time in the large jaccuzzi though, as the pool was a bit cool for me. A nice bar is right at the pool area, you can also get snacks, sandwiches etc there. And also watch a large screen TV (we watched the Masters!) The two casino areas are also incredible, and the Mohegan Indian theme is carried out here as well, lots of neat lounges, one is actually in the huge boulder "rocks" and a faux night sky as well. REallythe other casino tables. Lots of entertainment, live acts in various bars in the main casino , and also in the shopping & restaurant areas. Many nice restaurants, from super pricey, too a BBQ joint! And Johnny Rockets, a 50's themed place. And all look great! We had dinner at Longboats (I'm not sure of the name) the food was superb! We did not have our kids with us, but there is an arcade and a supervised kids area where you pay about $7.00 an hour per child. They had a Barbie area, Lego area, that type thing. Wow, I wanted to put in a lot of details because we enjoyed it so much. Already planning a trip back in the Fall!!
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