Stayed for three nights using their "Stay and Play" package. Room 5 is small, the bathroom is large by comparison, As noted in other reviews, quaint fits the room. The queen bed occupies most of the room and thank goodness for flat screen TV that don't take much space. The bed was comfortable and the quilt was very warm. It was hard to keep the temperature down even with the heat turned off and outside temps in the teens but an open window worked. The commode/toilet was a hoot. Good flusher once you figured out how long to press on the button. See the photo of this "quaint" piece of plumbing. Housekeeping was excellent and the room was clean and neat. It snowed one night and the casino kept the sidewalk from the casino to the hotel clear. We were there the week after the outdoor ice sculpture festival. A very nice extra, nothing like snow falling at night with the city lights shining on and through the ice sculptures. Thanks to a review we parked at the rear where there only six or seven steps instead of the 20 to 30 coming up from street level. Very nice especially with luggage and the office is upstairs. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. The "Stay and Play" is $49 per night with some casino play and includes the 49 cent breakfast at Home Cafe and a food credit to be used for lunch or dinner at the casino restaurants. Overall a very good value and pleasant place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Known for our incredibly clean rooms and exceptional customer service, we sure hope you are charmed by our newly renovated rooms boasting lots of historic character with modern conveniences. In true Bronco Billy's fashion, you won't leave hungry since all rooms come with a complimentary breakfast. ... more less