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Resorts World Casino New York City, Queens

Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
1.6/5 based on 240 reviews on the web
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  • I am not a seasoned gambler. I have been to several casinos. This one was clean, I felt safe...but the games were tired. All machines - no people. Three floors of games but all were the same. No real ...  read more »
  • For starters, this isn't Las Vegas, Macau, Reno, or even Atlantic City, this is NYC's version of a slot palace. I caught a taxi from the Crowne Plaza JFK and the driver took us a back way that led thr...  read more »
  • I go always to the Resort casino because it is the only we have in the are, the other is in Yonkers and I like it because it is big, there are a lot of machines, you have machines to change and break ...  read more »
  • I've gone to this casino maybe once or twice a year the last few years. I went today for the first time in 2016 and noticed the differences for the worse. I've never done that great winning there (great at losing, though) and today was the same. 1. The slot machines. A lot of them start at a minimum of 9 credits. Good luck finding any of the old 3-credit quarter slots. And you'll lose just as much just as quickly on the penny machines as on the dollar. Several of the machines I sat at had buttons that wouldn't work but nowhere does it say this. You sit to play and find out 2 of the 5 buttons don't go down...maybe there's gunk stuck on them? 2. Not sure what the purpose is of swiping your card when you get off the bus when you're going to be inserting it at a kiosk or game machine anyway. Sometimes people used to bypass that person but today it seemed people had to do it. It's not like they're giving out free play vouchers there at the bus stop. 3. An increased number of "Out Of Order" slots and kiosks. 4. They added a bag checker at the front door so now you're opening your bag twice, downstairs and upstairs. 5. Food court still overpriced. The artichoke pizza place has been replaced with soda machines. Water fountain has lukewarm water. 6. Thanks for the advance notice (NOT) about being charged $5 for the return shuttle. No signs, nothing by mail (even though they send me their event calendar every month). I get on only to be asked where's my ticket. So now I go back into the lobby, ask someone where I get it, spend a couple of minutes trying to figure out the ticket machine (wasn't really aware about the use of the points so I just paid with cash) until an employee tells me what to do first, which, of course, results in having to wait for the next bus. I asked one of the drivers about this new charge now and he tells me they did it because a lot of drunks were using it for free rides. Great, so take it out on the rest of us. You see these news items from time to time about how the place is going to expand and upgrade but it seems to be heading in the opposite direction, with more broken and dirty machines, cheap "incentives" for people to go, closing down of food businesses and the jacked up prices of the remaining ones. The convenience of location is not enough anymore.
  • The good: - Free bus shuttles to the casino, surprisingly on time - No smoking - Clean - Lots of slots and poker machines - Friendly staff - Free play for new patrons The bad: - Return shuttles are $5 unless you gamble up to 25 points and were an hour late. Some shuttles didn't run at all. At 10PM everyone was trying to get home and crowds were getting restless and angry. I was worried people would bum rush the shuttles. - There are a total of 2 retails stores, one with a variety of products all priced above retail and a crystal shop.... - Food court is marked uuuuuup, I went to Queens Burgers and got a cheeseburger $9.50, mushrooms $3, bacon burger $3.50 (lettuce and tomatoes included complimentary) with sweet potato fries $6 and a soda $4, came out to a total of $26. Decent burger but without my comped $25 deal I wouldn't have gotten it. My sister got the Popeyes family meal to share and that was $27, a $7-10 markup from the regular locations outside the casino.
  • Sorry excuse for a "Casino". I guess we should all be happy to have a "casino" in the 5 boroughs but this place isn't even worth the ride on the A train. As many of you know NY doesn't allow table games so much this place is really just a Massive slot machine hall. Everything else is an after thought. The decor is tacky, I saw a fake water fountain with blue paper stuffed in it for "water". I've been to casinos in Vegas, CT, AC and other places and this one is by far the one with the least to offer. The reason I came here was for the Fat Tues. I had a craving for those daiquiris I'm so fond of from the Vegas strip. When my aunt wanted to go to the casino and gamble I decided to go along to grab daiquiri and play a few slots. But of corse Fat Tues was closed due to the Royal Rumble style brawl they had in the food court a couple of days ago so I pretty much came here for nothing. The thing that really turned me off about this casino was the food selection. Every casino I've ever been too went out of their way to provide their guests with some great food options in order to keep them on the premises. Not resorts world,they have Popeyes, subway, "queens burger" and some equivalent to a hood Chinese Restaurant you would find near the Projects. Are they Fu@$ing serious? You want people to come all the way to Jamaica Queens to spend hours in your establishment and the only food options you have are garbage ghetto chains. Due to the lack of options I settled for Queens Burger. What a mistake. I assumed a $15 burger and fries would be decent. For $15 I expect fresh cut fries and a hand made burger patty cooked in the grill. What I was served was some garbage generic freezer fries and an extremely well done frozen patty. Garbage. To make a long story short, I won't be coming back to this Casino. This place sucks.
  • Closes casino in nyc which is pretty good you want to go for a quick gamble and enjoy the cocktails and beers they carry. They have live music and is super loud and can district you while you are gambling. I feel like all the slot machines are rigged that's why I would avoid them most of the time. The biggest odds in my opinion is the baccarat and the blackjack games. Video poker is ok, roulette is pretty east if you know how to play. I suggest definitely trying the blackjack and baccarat. Staffs are friendly and helpful. Atmosphere feels laid back and lively with loud music. Overall great experience for me only going there my 4th time.
  • I love this place ... The bartenders are awesome the MC Exxo is fire.... Gets the crowd into it... And everyone is chill... Lots of machines for gambling... They have hot dancers on the stage... Only casino I visited more than once...
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