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Northern Quest Casino Spokane - Anyone Been?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by dfalk, Nov 15, 2012.

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  1. dfalk

    dfalk VIP Whale

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    I was thinking about taking a drive to this casino next weekend for a couple nights but after looking online their rooms are $210 a night!! That just seems absurd, expecially when I can get 2 RT flights to Vegas for the cost of 2 nights there!

    Anyways my question is do they have a player reward system when I can get those nights comped at the end of my stay? I would play mostly BJ at $10-20 a hand and some slots. Or would I just be better off saving that money for a Vegas trip?
     
  2. vokalml

    vokalml Low-Roller

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    I used to live in Spokane and still visit quest. Last two trips sucked! Quest is like a vegas Casino dropped in spokane. In my mind it is very tough to win at black jack at quest. I rarely see people win and have never had luck there. It's very weird. Rooms are really nice but not worth what they want in my mind. They have a good brunch buffet on Sunday for $16 or so. Their players club isnt that great because they have no other casino to compete with. There is another casino going up in a couple of years.

    It's a great casino but before I tell you to go or save your money for vegas, where do you live. If your close prob worth the trip. Its cool but not vegas. Hey but what is.
     
  3. dfalk

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    It'd be a 5-6 hour drive depending on the roads.
     
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    on our next to last trip to seattle by car, we pulled off the interstate and wandered out through the farm/reservation a few miles and found the northern quest. had a nice buffet lunch, signed up for the players cards, got a couple free decks of cards, and explored and maybe played 20 through a machine.

    last trip, we drove right on by, by the time we would have gotten there, found a place to park, ate and played a little we could be in moses lake.

    its a step up from browning and rocky boy, but nothing special.
     
  5. vokalml

    vokalml Low-Roller

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    Moses lake is my hometown haha. If its a 6 hour drive I don't know that's a long way for quest. Good casino but can't beat Vegas
     
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