This hotel was very nice. The rooms were clean, staff was friendly, and the amenities were great! As it was rainy the day we arrived, we were very thankful that it had a covered parking garage so that we didn't get soaked. Upon check-in, we were
asked if we wanted to be on an upper or lower floor. We picked "lower" but would not do that again. It was very noisy overnight....could hear the music pumped outside of the front of the casino and some sort of whooshing noise periodically. All in all thought, it was a great place to stay!
Small room, didn't have a microwave or frig and the air conditioning system didn't seem to work. Had it set on 60 for hours and the room was still warm. Staff was awesome and food was top notch. Player comps seemed to be lacking bc I sat at table
game for over 8 hours with avg $40 bet and didn't even get a meal comp. Good entertainment, live bands etc. Drinks in the casino seemed watered down didn't even get a buzz, my wife either and she's a light weight. Overall I was still satisfied with the place.
Hotel is in the middle of nowhere (half hour south of Memphis) but once you get there, it's worth the detour. Nice, clean and large room along with a great indoor pool and hot tub. Food venues available 24 a day and casino is clean and inviting.
Would stay there again.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Hotel occasionally brings in entertainment acts. Check their website for more information.
I was looking for a place to spend the evening on a drive down to New Orleans. The Gold Strike turned out to be a good alternative to a budget/super-budget hotel room. The room was nice, king bed, quiet and afforded an opportunity to gamble, if
you are so inclined. A bit off the main highway but well worth the 20 minute diversion.