Not only does my husband get his poker fix, but I get to relax at the T-Spa (I always get a full-body massage) and the kids get to enjoy the indoor pool! As if it couldn't get any better, the whole family can try out the various restaurants found in the building as well as get some shopping in at the designer outlet mall within walking distance, just north of the casino.
Now, it's been a year or two since the whole family has stayed at the resort and, since that time, the rooms have gone through some major renovations. It's always been considered "luxury accommodations" and the designers have stayed true to the meaning - trends currently popular with interior enthusiasts exuded everywhere. The bathrooms are more modern yet elegant; rooms were upgraded with new technology; and color schemes have changed from jewel tones (if my memory serves me right) to more warm, passionate colors (hello red!). Not only does the interior follow modern trends but they've made sure to incorporate elements of the local tribe's culture and history within the decor.
Most of what I'm going to feature are photos of our room and the pool area because it's illegal to take photos in the casino, according to the staff. When trying to book a 2-bed room here (for a family of 5), prices were around $380/night; however, a friend recently informed me that it's $200/night and you can earn you a free night's stay or discounted rooms (it really depends on how much gambling you do). Hubs booked the room for the weekend so I'm almost sure we booked for a better deal. He said "don't worry about it, it's taken care of." Suh-weet.
I mean, check out the sexiness of the space! I don't normally gravitate toward warm colors anymore but this works for me!
- Rolling Spinner Luggage (small) by CalPak in the Astyll series bought at Nordstrom
- Weekend Bag by Jessica Simpson in faux leather bought at Hautelook.com
- Pom-Pom Key Chain by Bebe
And would ya look at that...my luggage matches the counter top....LOVE.