Centennial Steakhouse

The Centennial Steakhouse is a restaurant inside Zia Park Casino in Hobbs, New Mexico.
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Centennial Steakhouse

Gina Beech
Never again will we use the games. We will try the track . Power outage was the "reason" so many games down and the ones that were up dint like my tickets or my bills. OH BY THE WAY THEY CLOSE AT 1 AM ! AND JUST SHUT DOWN! SO IF YOU DON'T KNOW THIS...... SURPRISE!!!! AT LEAST THEY COULD MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT! VERY BAD TASTE. We went the weekend before and I had noticed this problem with the machines. (Not as many) , so the "power" excuse was lame. On the up side we found a great steak house in town Saxony Steak house. Go find it! :) Half the price as the one in this casino. And much better ! Unless you live in Hobbs don't bother driving to this casino.
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Lois Griffin
Casino used to be great. They had a bunch of quarter and fifty cent machines but got rid of most. Now they have a bunch of cheap penny machines. Some machines have been around since they first opened. I was disappointed when I made a reservation and they put us in a room with 1 king bed (There's 3 of us) when we asked for 2 queen beds. The person says that they guarantee the room but not the room type. That is a bunch of BS, what is the point of making a reservation if they don't let you have the room you request.
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Mike Chung
Didnt see a lot people winning and its crowded as heck. Not a lot of sitting distance between people. Really tight areas.Just not much room to be comfortable.
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Diego Olague
Great place to release some stress then gives you more stress when you lose all your money. Casino too small for the amount of people gambling. Everything is good though.
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Centennial Steakhouse

Lois Griffin
Casino used to be great. They had a bunch of quarter and fifty cent machines but got rid of most. Now they have a bunch of cheap penny machines. Some machines have been around since they first opened. I was disappointed when I made a reservation and they put us in a room with 1 king bed (There's 3 of us) when we asked for 2 queen beds. The person says that they guarantee the room but not the room type. That is a bunch of BS, what is the point of making a reservation if they don't let you have the room you request.
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Listening Pearls
Well, where do I start. First I wasn't planning on writing a review, but things just added up. For a start the prices are pretty high for a mid level hotel. Upon arriving on a Saturday night, try to find a parking spot anywhere near the hotel. Then try to eat your extremely minimal breakfast in the morning, like making your own waffle, where the assistant already warns you ahead; "One cup of waffle mix is not enough". But, after creating a huge mess telling you; "Two is too much though. It happens all the time." The most funny thing? You will be charged an additional $10 per day, for the above breakfast(upon booking you will be told, breakfast is included, though it's not being mentioned, it's at a surcharge) and other things you basically don't need or use, like a newspaper available in the lobby. But, they pretend you will get all that stuff "for free". We didn't get the two generous mini bottles of water in our room anyway. We did enjoy 3 fire alarms due to the same people partying and smoking in their room. But, no security arrived to stop it and neither was there any announcement as to why the fire alarm went of nor a soothing message after that telling you it was a false alarm. No, you're on your own trying to figure out if there was an actual fire or not. After our first night (of 2), no housekeeper ever arrived to check on our room to maybe exchange towels, water, tea or coffee. When arriving back home we noticed we forgot something in our room, which we then immediately informed the hotel about. Only after two weeks and several reminders, they were able to keep it short. Nothing was discovered in lost and found from our room number. What can you expect?! After two weeks! Then I get approached online, which I reply to, but again nobody comes back to me. Stay away. Room Tip: Get as far from the casino and parking as possible.
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Areli Cantu
But the one video slot with arguably the best entertainment-style bonus of the bunch is Zombie Outbreak, with a “first-person shooter”-style bonus event that stands up to any home video game out there. The main feature is “Zombie Escape Bonus.” The idea here is that waves of zombies are advancing toward you, the player, and you have to kill them before they overtake you and eat you—ending the bonus. There is a field of hidden weapons from which to choose as the zombies advance, and credits are awarded for each zombie killed. But there are a lot of them, so picking the right weapon is essential: There is a pistol, which will take out one of them. The shotgun will take out two or three; the machine gun will take out a bunch of them; and the ultimate, the flamethrower, will wipe them all out. Then they’re replaced by a new wave of zombies—11 waves in all, so odds are you’re going to get eaten, unless you’re lucky enough to pick the flamethrower every time. We need this game at his park.
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Centennial Steakhouse

Roonie Edward Mitchell IsUnamused
It's a great place to go if you're a gambler. They have a horse track, plenty of casino games, a bar, an eating area, and a hotel which you can stay at for so much a month or a week, depending on your needs. Overall the staff are very friendly. Great experience.
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