Ute Mountain Casino Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsUte Mountain Casino Hotel Towaoc
Nice accommodations, room was clean, comfortable, and very reasonable priced. The casino was enjoyable with self serve drinks and popcorn. The restaurant is a nice place to eat with reasonable prices; however, the drawback is you have to walk through the casino or around the building to get to the restaurant.
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