Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Casino Hotels' started by VegasFirstTimer, May 13, 2020.
Not if you want to play craps.
I did not see that happening.
Did any of you players swipe your card for your mystery multiplier?
Appearently, Tony Rodio, CETs CEO, was at Ak-Chin this weekend. If his presence isn't getting them to do a better job of sanitizing machines, not much will.
A security expert I know at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale told me that TSR and Casino Arizona will be opening June 1. She has been working at the property while it's been closed and is in the loop on things.
Do they not have craps tables? Do they play the Cali rules with cards instead?
I did. I got 5x. I believe they are doing this promotion again next Sunday.
Okay, I am a bit over weight and surely no fine speciman.
But - in looking at the pictures in post #7 above - it appears the folks in Arizona are eating alot. LOL!
I got a multiplier of 5x also. We had a room and spent most of the time there. Hotel was full both nights. There were 2 of the 3 open. I did not see any employee, or cleaning crew, wipe a machine. People sat down when one was available. I think there are only card games, no crap table. I only play video poker and slots.
Some slot machine were moved to the poker room.
luckylinda a tweet from Darryl McEwen stated there was no housekeeping in the hotel over the weekend what did you see.
There were housekeepers working in casino bathrooms and hotel. We were there 2 nights and didn’t have any service or checks. I saw housekeeping in our hallway and they were cleaning rooms where people checked out
Craps and Roulette as actual table games are not allowed in Arizona as part of the compact between the state and the nation's. They do allow Bubble Craps and Bubble Roulette.
I didn't go, but I think the range went from 3x up to 50x.
Any other updates from people that have been there recently?
What about the carnival games? Were they open, and were they dealing cards face up, or were players able to hold the cards?
Any forum members been to their pool since they re-opened? Scheduled to arrive early evening June 5th and want some pool cocktails R&R. Wondering what the restrictions are if the pool is open
Good question on the pool as we will be there the week of June15. Cabana's are $125 and a daybed is $75. Based on what is included, the cabana looks like a decent deal with no minimums for F&B.
I’ll be there in 2 days and can give you an idea of what to expect
The pool is open and it stays open late, until 10 or 11pm.
The "cabanas" aren't very fancy. They offer shade and not much else.
It's a nice pool area tho.
The shade and mister were the big deal about the cabana. Was the pool very busy?
I wasn't staying there and only took a peek at the pool. It wasn't busy. Neither was the casino.
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