Lucky Eagle Casino Lucky Eagle Casino
Rochester, Washington
I only stayed in the hotel. Didn't use the slots or tables. -The Lobby- There's slots behind doors in the lobby area, and cigarette smoke seeping into the lobby. It was just strong enough to be bothersome but not make my clothes stink. -The pool- We used the pool, which was a little over-chlorinated (too much free chlorine and the Ph seemed off). It also needed a clarification treatment. The water temp was just a bit cool, my two-year old was almost shivering. -The room- We stayed in room 250-something, it was a good size. We Never turned on the tv. The shower was very nice, but I'm not a fan of the combination on/temp by turning the nobe. I prefer the up for on and left for hot style. There was no bathtub and the sink was outside of the toilet/shower room. The beds (2 queen) were medium with very fresh smelling linen, lightly scented cotton sheets. There were three fluffy pillows on each of the beds, with an extra blanket and pillow in the closet. There were a couple of stains on the carpeting and one of the desk chairs. They provided plenty of quality towels, they were soft and not crispy or rough. There's a small, but decently powered microwave along with an instant coffee, mini kuerig(sp?) style machine with one regular and one decaf serving. There was also two bottles of casino branded water and a mini fridge. -Noise/disturbances- The room above us had a child running around that we could barley hear when it was very quiet in our own room. Much better sound proofing than just about all apartments. The hallways had dense carpeting that helped eliminate virtually all hallways noise. The only noise we ever heard was house keeping announce herself at the room next to ours. It's also worth noting that the backup generators (two large Cummins inside enclosures) for the hotel were just on the other side of the parking lot from our room. Not very far away. I have lots of experience with generators and these looked like the very quiet kind.