You can stay in grand style at the Grand Hotel or the Grand Inn. Between the two, they offer over 400 luxuriously furnished rooms and suites. For that very special stay, ask for one of the Jacuzzi Suites. There are handicapped access and non-smoking available and at the Grand Inn, Internet access in every room.
RV Park: On 40 acres immediately adjacent and within walking distance to the Grand Casino there are 156 concrete full hoop-up pads, 128 of them are pull through. There is a two-acre lake with a pier and paddleboats rentals, tennis, basketball, volleyball courts and shuffleboard. At Red Shoe Park is a swimming pool, bathhouses and even free cable TV hookup. At the center of all of this is a Lodge with a fireplace, big-screen TV, billiards room, laundry facilities, playground, horseshoe pits and a small store for snacks and those can’t-do-without items. Daily fees are $15 to $20.
Don’t have an RV or camper? Not a problem; you can stay in one of their 50 chalets. The brochure describes the "chalets" as spacious and family-friendly living space, one or two bedrooms, full bathroom, kitchen with refrigerator and range, outdoor deck with picnic table. While no misrepresentation exists, in reality, the chalets are mobile homes. Although I didn’t get to see inside of them, the pictures look great- airy, modern, and very nicely furnished. Each chalet has a private driveway leading up to it and they are spaced out to give you a true feeling of privacy. The only things missing are trees. The cost for a chalet range from $55 to $95.
Whether you stay at the RV Park or in a Chalet, you have access to all of the recreational facilities.
There are several other hotels in the resort complex, including the Best Western and the Holiday Inn. Our choice was the Best Western. Our room was quite spacious, beautifully decorated, extremely quiet and priced very reasonably. We were on the third floor with easy access to both stairs and elevators.
There was fresh, hot coffee available in the Lobby all day and into the night, and freshly popped popcorn in the afternoon. There were coke and snack machines on each floor. The one thing missing was Internet Service- none in the rooms and no Business Center. There was a swimming pool, but it wasn’t so inviting- the hot weather and rain turned the water a light shade of green.
The breakfast buffet offered in the Lobby from 6:30 to 10am was sufficient to curb our hunger. Bagels, breads for toasting, muffins, cereal, milk, juice and coffee were available.
The Best Western allows small pets at no additional cost or deposit.
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