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Little River Casino

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Little River Casino

Has anyone stayed at the hotel at this casino? Please give your review.

Burton, Mi
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1. Re: Little River Casino

My husband and I stayed there in August, 2006. They were working on the new expansion, so it was pretty noisy in the morning, which I didn't really like!

However, Our room was clean and nice. It was great walking to our room after a late night of gambling. The staff was friendly. I would recommend it.

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We were at the casino last week and walked thru the lobby of the hotel. Looked really nice. BTW-Little river is one of the few remaining casino's that are NOT TITO (ticket in ticket out). Great comps for new payers card members-free buffet and $5 before and after playing. I believe you had to get only 20 points to get the second $5.

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Forgot to add that the buffet is only in the evenings, and possibly at bkft. I know for sure they are not open around the noon hour. We arrived in the morning and just could not stay all day to wait for the buffet to open. They do give you 30 days from date of issue to use

the free buffet comp, but it is a 2 1/2 hour drive for us to return.

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4. Re: Little River Casino

We've stayed there a few times. (comped)

Nothing great, just standard hotel rooms.

Indoor pool and twin hottubs.

Kalamazoo, Michigan
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5. Re: Little River Casino

I would be interested if anyone has stayed there recently. Is there a pool? Is it very smoky?

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6. Re: Little River Casino

We visit about 4 times a year, last visit was this past summer. In March we stayed overnight. As far as the smoke goes-of all the Michigan casino's this is THE MOST SMOKY!!! I have actually had to leave the gaming floor because of the smoke and a headache.

We are not anti smoking in casino's but our opinion is that there is really bad air flow!

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7. Re: Little River Casino

Thank you for your reply. I too don't mind the smoking in the casino, but once i stayed at Soaring Eagle and got stuck with a smoking room and man I was miserable. I hope the non-smoking rooms are ok. It looks pretty good on the website.

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8. Re: Little River Casino

In March when we stayed there our room was beautiful. LONG walk from the gaming floor but we asked for a new room. We were in the new wing looking west and the room was probably one of the nicest we have ever stayed in at a casino (not counting Vegas).

We had a king non smoking room. Cant remember if the whole floor was non smoking but I think it was.

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9. Re: Little River Casino

If the construction work is complete the hotel is lovely. While the staff may not know all the ins and outs of a 4**** resort, they are very nice and accomodating.

Kalamazoo, Michigan
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I should have replied after our stay in November - but the hotel was outstanding. Very nice lodgings. Excellent customer service. Nice pool area. Great place to stay. The only thing that I was disappointed in was the food. It was just ok. But I would highly recommend staying here - for fun, family, adult getaway, whatever! Even for non-gamblers, it is the best lodging in the area.

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