SugarHouse Casino, Philadelphia
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First time visitor – – they greet you with some slot play, and even a coupon for a $10 lunch. Not bad – – unfortunately, machines seemed a little tight, as there were no winnings. Nice casino – – most... read more »
not the most visitor friendly place on a weekend evening. Lots of heavily intoxicated people and trouble spots!!!! Be very careful this is not Atlantic City or Vegas!!!
we taxied to and from as a bit too far to walk fromour hotel on Front and Market St., $9.00 trip each way with tip, worth going to if like to gamble, typical casino
I've never really been to a casino before, but this one sucks. Its super loud and for some reason slots dominate the floor. The floor that is covered with carpet that is as loud as the atmosphere. I suppose if you have a gambling problem and need to lose some money this is a convenient spot to do it if you live in Philly. Staff is super weird they're always smiling with a forced grin, it's bizarre.
First time there they gave us $25 free . 2nd time we went they gave me $5 free on the card?!?! Sticking with Parx Much better selection of slot machines at Parx and Parx is cleaner. We stuck to the floor in rhe Refinery (food there was verygood service not so much)
I typically stick with Airbnb and botique hotels, so the SugarHouse Casino was a bit of a change. The room was a bit dark due to the prison-sized windows, but I guess in an earthquake (and suicide) prone city, the extra structural reinforcement eases the mind, if not the eyes. Breakfast was delicious! Corned beef hash and eggs were cooked perfectly and brought up faster than you could shake a spatula. Staff was exceptional, location was perfect....don't really have much to complain about. If you can afford it, you'll love it.
I'm not sure whose idea it was to build a casino on the outskirts of Kensington Philadelphia. But if you're an urban explorer looking for an adventure, enter at your own risk. I would certainly suggest if you won the jackpot asking if security would safely escort you out to your car in this sketchy area. Take care, and Good luck if you ever stop by here.
First experience was awful. The head of security blatantly lied to my girlfriend about their policy on out of state ID's. Instead of scanning an ID like they have done before, they just decide to lie to your face about not accepting any ID other than Pennsylvania IDs, military ID, or passports... When the casino is 5 minutes away from another state! Not to mention she has been there countless times before using this same ID, and she signed up for the Rewards Program USING THE SAME ID. Called up the casino afterwards and was told that all state ID's are accepted, and then the head of security lied again and said we didn't let him check the ID. He came out, looked at the ID for one second, and quickly said "Sorry, we don't accept any out of state ID." WHY WOULD A CASINO HIRE A LIAR, LET ALONE GIVE HIM A MANAGMENT POSITION. I would also like to know why the four guards at the door didn't know this policy. All they said was they needed to scan the ID, they didn't say a word about not accepting out of state ID's.
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