What is the best hotel to stay in near Graton Casino? The hotel at the casino is a bit out of our price range? Some reviews of close hotels are horrible just looking for advice as I don’t know the area.
We have stayed at the Best Western close by. its an older BW, but has a swimming pool and breakfast in the morning and the rates are usually on the inexpensive side.
Great thank you. Yes we don’t mind and old hotel. We just want something close to the casino that isn’t super gross. I’ll check it out thank you.
Ya everything close to the casinos are drug and prostitute infested cesspools. The casino itself is also pretty cruddy, tight tables and slots, mediocre restaurants, and the haze of cigarette smoke because the ventalition sucks. It's funny because in this area they show commercials for the casino and it's video of all these good looking people having a great time, but when you get in there it makes you rethink the choices in your life when you look around at all the zombie looking people glued to the machines gambling away their SSI or pension checks, just really feels sad
If you play slots, you will lose your money in a hurry at that place.
Ya we play slots...nothing crazy. We want to check it out and have a few drinks, some gambling,etc so we don’t want to drive back to San Jose that same night. The hotels are looking a little rough though and expensive for our dates for some reason. Haha
That one is just about as horrible at taking your money as the one we have here in Tampa.
I don't mind losing, but losing that fast is not a good thing.
It has the tightest slots and most complicated and deceptive payout structure I've ever seen. I've stopped going to Graton Casino, at all, after a dozen times there, and I live a 10-15 minute drive and am a lover of gambling.
I have never won a dime there. I literally don't know anyone who has. There is no payout limit, and again, the pricing is confusing, where you think you are playing 50 cents but it's actually $5 or whatever, and even advanced gamblers can't figure out why. And again, no one ever seems to win anything, and you are burning through cash faster than ever.
You might as well just set your cash on fire in the parking lot.
And again, I love gambling and slots in particular and have played them up and down the state and through many others as well.
The Best Western is the best of the crummy hotels in the area (it's fairly nice, actually).
If you are just looking to rest your head, the Good Night Inn is okay for a night and not a den of inequity like some of the cheap hotels in Rohnert Park. It's not "nice" but it's perfectly fine and runs around $70-80 a night, if I recall. I've stayed there several times. It's a step down from the Best Western, but it's often a lot cheaper.Edited: 16 June 2018, 20:54