Casino at Kah-Nee-Ta Desert Resort, Warm Springs

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  • We had previous reservations for a king room when we got there was a long time before we could get checked in only one person working the front desk by the time we got to our room we were in his Austi...  more »
  • We celebrated our granddaughter birthday by going to Kah-Nee-Ta Hot Springs Pool. Had great fun playing with the kiddo's in the pool and challenging them to take on the two slides. Only one of the gra...  more »
  • Stayed in one of the teepees right outside the main pool. Was such a kid friendly fun experience. Kids can run and play in a huge grass area all day/night. The teepee sleeps 10 but we easily fit 12. T...  more »
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  • The staff are nice but totally clueless!! We had a family reunion reservation at least 4 months in advance (with family coming from Colorado, California, Washington & Arizona). When we got to the resort they couldn't find our reservations. They assigned us to rooms and tepees that were ALREADY OCCUPIED BY OTHER GUESTS. How does that even happen? Their whole job is to assign rooms and they couldn't even do that. They kept charging us $50 here and there saying we would figure out total costs later. They admitted they were transitioning staff and computer systems when we made our reservation and that they messed it up, and yet they were unwilling to accommodate us. It was a nightmare!! They would tell us one price and then charge us a totally different price. One of my family Members stayed in a village room for three nights and she was charged for an RV site for one night! My brother asked the employees at the pool if the front desk is always so unorganized and he said, "Oh, yeah, always!" The rooms were FULL OF BUGS and the toilets were not in operating order. The rules here are also endless!! Don't even try to put a tent on their precious grass. Don't try to go for a walk, either, or they will drive by and tell you you're in a private area. You're not allowed to go In the river either. The pool was fun, but certainly not worth the thousands of dollars we paid. The best part was the hiking, which you can do for free elsewhere. Save your time, money and sanity and don't even bother coming here. It's not all it's cracked up to be!
  • The resort was really nice. All the pools and activities were great. The staff was so friendly all around. My only concern is that the rooms could have been cleaner. Our room had a few spider webs and there was a piece of garage (a dime) by the nightstand on the floor. Overall a great place to go for a weekend getaway. I felt rejuvenated!
  • Nice swimming pool resort in a quiet town. This is the highlight of the whole town. There is two distinctive water pools: one in the main lodge area and a water park in the "village" part. They are about a five minute drive apart. The village one is the main pool everyone goes to, and it features two water slides, three divided pools, a hot tub spa, and even mini golf. Both pools are heated to warm temperatures. Essentially this is a great destination for swimming fun. Other than that, there is s nearby casino and extremely little options to dine (strongly recommend you pack food to bring here).
  • This review is for the Kahneeta Golf Club, which is under new management, and not by the resort. The new management staff are very friendly and accommodating, making for a memorable experience. Did not play the back 9, but the front 9 was a lot of fun and in good condition. Additionally, they Course features the best Club rates I have seen in the North West! Check it out!
  • The place could use a lot of TLC. Looks pretty run down. The hotel pool was dry, and this was not mentioned on the website. The staff was friendly, but very slow. They did have free access to the swimming pool that was a half mile away, but that pool's slides were closed, and it was also in desperate need of paint and maintenance. The hot tubs were dirty. Back at the resort, dinner in the fancy restaurant was a mixed bag; again, the staff were friendly but have very slow service. Some of the food was odd. Salmon shouldn't be drizzled with maple syrup, for example. However, the fry bread and huckleberry jam is so good, it should be a controlled substance. Overall, this resort needs a lot of improvements, but if you aren't too picky, this is an okay place to stay.