BlueWater Casino, Parker
Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
Welcome to the entertainment capital of western Arizona – the magnificent BlueWater Resort & Casino, on the shores of the Colorado River in Parker, Arizona.For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Parker holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the BlueWater Casino and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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We just stopped to get out, stretch and relax before getting back on the road. people were friendly, machines were paying off (both times I was there) strolled along the river, place was clean, ate lu... read more »
There was a group of eight of us on this trip. We had a suite with a living room and separate bedroom. We also had several standard rooms. The suite was a great place for all of us to get together and... read more »
Attractive casino, light and bright. Small gambling floor but big bingo parlor! Fun slots! Very average Buffett. Very good burger shop and ice cream bar inside bingo parlor. Waterside bar is great pla... read more »
Just got married & wanted a getaway for the nite. Pool attendant was extremely rude to us about taking pool towels to the room (we were wet) like we were going to steal them NOT! Got our car came from valet with a new ding on it from a truck door being opened on it. But valet were pleasant and helpful. Front desk were as well, Miss Rosemarie was the kind, polite, helpful customer service oriented person as well as the lady when we checked out but didn't get her name. Rooms were not worth $115 we were charged more like a $75 rate would be more like it. But newlyweds we are and this left a not so very good memory so we will not return.
Located in Parker Arizona , the Bluewater Casino sits on the shore of the Colorado River. This hotel/casino provides your expected amenities however I find the staff more pleasant and helpful than many other places. The Bluewater Casino does have a marina with slips that are well maintained at reasonable rates. The large indoor water slide is great for those who want to get out of the searing Arizona heat and the kids really enjoy also. The rooms are clean and the beds comfortable. It wasn't hard to get rested up for the next day. Good restaurants with a variety of foods so if you go hungry is your own fault. The breakfast buffet was my favorite. Very pleasant stay and experience. I would recommend the Bluewater Hotel and Casino.
The pools were extremely cold. Was told the heaters had been broken for months. No control in pool area with kids climbing over walls and going down the slide backward etc. The rooms are clean but very very old. A room service tray sat outside a room for 3 days before I complained and then it took 4 hrs to be removed. The provided mini fridge froze all our food and drinks on the lowest setting. The marina area beach is cement so you can't beach boats or watercraft. We had to take everything down to the beach next door to spend the day. It was a pain having the launch ramp at the other side from the beach. The 1 main restaurant is not a buffet anymore and it took forever in an empty restaurant to get our food. The little cafe had the same food and less wait. The restaurant down on the beach smelled nasty and had a lot of undesirable people hanging out at it during the day. The only reason we went here over another place was for the indoor pool. Heard rumors that they want to close it and add more casino games there. That would be a bad move. It will be a while before we return.
Pretty clean but very small casino. Service was okay. Restaurant food was not good. (We didn't try the steakhouse as it was closed.) Club sandwich had burn toast, burnt bacon and the cole slaw was horrible. The Ruben had almost no cheese and was soggy. Chicken fingers and fries were okay nothing to speak of.
The food and service at the River Willow was amazing. The Cantina, however, was very unprofessional. One woman was working when we entered on Saturday, June 18th, so we created a line to order. We then waited patiently for about a half an hour for her to get through the first party in lines drink and food order. A couple of other big groups came in, skipped the line and went straight to the counter. Another employee comes in, that I believe didn't regularly work there but was perhaps attempting to help, and starts to take the big groups order. I go up to the man and state that the boy in front of me has been waiting a half an hour, if not longer, for ice. The man ignored me and continued to help the large group instead of the already formed line. It was extremely upsetting for me and everyone already in line. The party that was first in our line was upset as well and stated that to the employee that worked there. She, the employee, shrugged it off. The party apologized to our line and we were grateful to them for trying. Two other employees then came in and started to work through our line and the large group that wasn't in line. That's when the male employee who had ignored my complaint left. This was a very upsetting experience and I felt unappreciated as a customer and as a human.
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