Everything about our stay was adequate. Other than a extremely long walk from the casino floor to the
second tower there was nothing remarkable here. We came to see Willie Nelson in concert and play a
few of the casino games. Overall the Tunica gaming area looked old and tired. The slot machines were
ice cold. Probably my last trip to Tunica for a concert or gaming.
It's relatively close to the casino strip, which is what I wanted. The breakfast could have been way better. We thought we were going to get some actual breakfast food; where the food is actually cooked for you. Instead, there was just warmed up sausage and biscuits, cereal dispensers, and a small kettle of milk.
Check in was quick. Room was big enough, and was clean - including bathroom. This motel is a short drive to all casinos, as well as the event center we were going to. Breakfast was good- new. Pans to keep foods hot were great - food stayed hot. Price, compared to casino/hotels was very good.
When we arrived our room was on the 2nd floor. When we talked to the front desk they were very accommodating and allowed us to look at the only room available on the first floor, but it was used for guests with pets. We have allergies and that wouldn't work. We do appreciate the host attempting to met our needs and they were very friendly during our stay. The room was nice and the price was very reasonable and would have no problem about staying here again.
Casino action takes center stage in Robinsonville, along the Mississippi River. Choose from nine casinos: Bally's Casino Tunica, Fitz Casino Hotel, Gold Strike, Harrah's, Hollywood, Horseshoe, Resorts Casino, Tunica Roadhouse Casino, and Sam's Town. Take a scenic cruise on the Tunica Queen riverboat or a nostalgic drive along the Mississippi Blues Trail.