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Grand Falls Casino Resort, Larchwood

Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
2.4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
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  • Have deep pockets here! Machines are tight , when they first opened machines would at least give you playing time ,not anymore! Nice facility though, Nice rooms in the hotel the deli has great food ! ...  read more »
  • We just stopped in on our way through thought we would take a break from the road. The gaming area looks clean but has mildew smell. For a casino it was just ok. 
  • Every hotel has it hick ups. The check in and out was quick. The room is nice. However, the cafe needs to improve their salad recipe. The restaurant and buffet needs some improvement with their food. ...  read more »
  • We went to Robert's buffet today and we regret it! SIMPLY THE FOOD SUCK! The food taste awful and after few minutes while we are sitting on the table the food became cold. It was a little bit warm and the AC was high so after few minutes the crab was too cold. There was no big variety in the buffet. The steak was not the best. The rice was so bad. Fish nuggets was cool. The desserts was okay and especially the cheese cake had higher quality, but I'm not planning to go back and spend $20+ just for cheese cake. If you're looking for a buffet you might consider huhot or carnival, but carnival might be relatively higher price and if you're not chinese/mangolian food fan you might think twice about huhot, but don't even think about robert's buffet.
  • Fantastic place for a mini vacation. The outdoor pool and hot tub provide great opportunity for relaxation. The buffet had a wonderful assortment of foods and desserts. The crab legs were a delicious treat for us. The room was modern and clean. The casino and hotel staff were very friendly and helpful as well.
  • Hotel part was great casino also was nice. The food sucked. The food on the buffet was cold and not fresh at all. The following morning thought to go get breakfast at the other restaurant. They don't serve breakfast until 10am. Probably the worst place to spend a birthday.
  • Had a wonderful time. Great buffet, actually won some money (didn't expect to, haha) very friendly employees and learned how to play craps, it was a blast!
  • My new husband and I went to Grand Falls Casino Resort to have a quick honeymoon before our real honeymoon cruise. We drove 2 hours and had high hopes for this resort. First off the hotel check in is right inside the main casino entrance, no separate entrance marked for the hotel, so there isn't any assistance with bags here and you're not sure where you're supposed to go in which was somewhat off putting right off. We checked in, which was pretty quick, we were told there is a $10 charge for Wi-Fi, again off-putting as I'm paying quite a bit to stay here already. I mentioned we had just gotten married and were there to celebrate but the woman who checked us in didn't even recognize that I said anything about it. Nonetheless we opted out of that and went to our room. The room itself was wonderful, I was very pleased with it as was my husband. We called the steakhouse and made reservations as the website recommended to do so. We headed down to the steakhouse and waited probably 10 minutes for a hostess to show up at the hostess station. We decided to go to the bar while we waited, I ordered a drink off of the signature drink menu-a pomegranate mojito. The bartender slapped the mint leaves on her bare palms and threw it in the glass-no muddling here. The drink tasted awful. We were then seated near a loud table of golfers who were there for a bachelor party-the groom was carrying a small blow up doll even. The talk was not what I wanted to hear over my dinner. We waited and waited...and waited. There was 1 server in the entire restaurant. We were about to leave when the hostess came over and apologized for the wait and offered us a free appetizer. I decided that I'd rather eat there than the buffet for my honeymoon dinner so we stayed. The appetizer was terrible. I had also ordered a glass of wine when I sent my drink back, it was flat and tasted as if it had been corked for a week or more. Finally we ordered our meal. My husband ordered a caesar salad and a NY strip steak, I ordered a wedge salad and pasta with lobster and shrimp. My husband's salad was so wilted it was shocking they served it. My salad on the other hand was actually very good. My husband's steak was very fatty and sitting in sauce that he didn't ask for and did not enjoy. My pasta was mediocre but definitely not worth the $43 it cost. I took the pasta back to the room but we left it there as it wasn't worth taking home. They provide you with a fridge but no microwave in the rooms. The hostess was polite and it was nice of her to apologize as well as offer us a free appetizer but the rest was so terrible it really didn't matter. The casino did have a great country band we enjoyed that night. There was one bar that was open-which was odd on a big holiday weekend. The bar only took cash also which was odd to me but I suppose if that was their policy then that's their policy. We got up the next morning (today) and decided we were so hungry we'd go to their breakfast buffet-but then saw breakfast was over at 10. I'm sorry but if you sleep in and get yourself ready for the day, 10am to be over is just not enough-a resort should offer a later breakfast. If they do and I did not see it then that was my mistake. I thought at check out when they asked me how our stay was I would tell them it was disappointing and we wouldn't be back but they didn't even bother to ask. This place was a HUGE disappointment for us. It would have been either way but more so considering we just got married and made the trip up there because it looked so great online. We would have been happier staying home-not to mention not out hundreds of dollars for it.
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