Reviews for Snoqualmie Casino-Mountain View Plaza

Loved the casual interaction, tight sound and altered setlist! I find it funny when I see posts of people complaining about the gambling and their losses. Sep 30, Sun 4: View 2 more answers. If your browser doesn't ask you, try these steps:. Are the prices for this place or activity expensive?

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Uncheck the box labeled Never allow websites to request your physical location if it's already checked. Click the button labeled Clear Sites. Aesthetics are not the problem here. This isn't a review about the gambling side of the casino. So I can't speak to that. I just don't enjoy gambling and don't see the point. That isn't to say I haven't enjoyed a game of bingo once in a while.

And I have sweet memories of eating gummy bears and playing blackjack with my grandmother and a bunch of family at her kitchen table as a kid. There is a time and a place for everything. I was here at Snoqualmie Casino the first month it opened - it was a really a big deal. Went out with a group of friends from work and didn't go back again until last year. A dear friend of our family LOVES the Falls Buffet and a big group of us go once every year now to celebrate her birthday and catch up.

Parking is easy and plentiful with valet and self park options. Five floors of well lit parking in the garage and convenient elevators to keep you out of the rain. This place was clearly designed with Western Washington weather in mind. The bar in the middle of the casino is quite a sight. Big, tall, round and definitely a beautiful focal piece addition to the room. The bartenders are friendly, the line moves quickly, the drinks are strong and not horribly priced.

There are several restaurants throughout and huge buffet at the end. I've heard great things about the shows here- they have all kinds of acts from comedians and magicians to more well known names like Blonde and Ringo Star played here last year. Its overpowering and permeates everything. From the moment you step into the parking garage elevator- you are surrounded in cigarette smoke and it's gross 2nd and 3rd hand iterations. It seeps into your clothes, your hair, everything.

And walking through it- there is still plenty of smoke wafting over from the smoking section which is only separated by an invisible line in the carpet that had to be pointed out to me. Even with that- the no -smoking rules of the section are clearly disregarded or seen as merely a suggestion. There were people playing slot machines and smoking away in the first few rows past the non-smoking line. I literally saw a man smoke a cigarette while he walked out of the Falls Buffet and then stood next to the Sno Cafe briefly to finish it - both of which are well into the supposed non-smoking section.

Casino staff and security just ignored it and walked by. They probably see it all the time and aren't phased. I'm sure it's not that unusual. To people who smoke or are around those that do- it's no big deal. But to those of us sensitive to it- the heavy cigarette smoking and lack of proper ventilation is what keeps me away from this place despite all the restaurants and shows that I would probably really enjoy otherwise.

Really nice people that seemed to care about the food, the lovely native inspired artwork and our dining experience. Fun few hours at the casino. Penny slots were fun. Dealer Sothea at the Spanish 21 table was friendly. Loved his personality and friendly encouragement to place bets.

After 50 minutes, they gave him a break but lucky for us it was just about the time we had to leave. Sothea seems tike his job and people! Can't do their Crescent card program to work ive called more then once wstch all my friends who have the same amout of visits and spent the same amount of money,get free neals more then once and i get nothing but an other expiredc card.

Makes you wonder what excuse they'd use not to pay a jackpot. Way too much smoke. Games don't pay out. You'll get cancer from the smoke. They're games don't pay. Atmosphere is non existent. Lots of smoke, not with the money you lose one the games you won't win.

This is a nice casino located about 45 minutes depending on traffic, of course from Seattle. The buffet is quite good, with the all-you-can-eat crab nights being quite popular. There are also other restaurants and cafes as well as a cigar lounge.

The players card point system is good, so if you're a player, be sure to get a card and use it. Not the largest casino in WA, but it's one of the nicer places. Large attached parking garage, and an outdoor parking lot. Plus valet parking as well. The indoor showroom is nice, and in the summer, the outdoor shows are nice with bleacher seating as well as regular seats. Evenings can get a chill, so be sure to bring a sweater or light jacket in case.

The casino floor is definitely ample. A circular bar is in the middle. It could use a few more auxiliary bars when there are large crowds for big shows, but for the most part, it's pretty easy to get a drink. Most of the casino is smoking-allowed, and the no-smoking section is a bit small and isn't much separated from the main floor so you won't have someone smoking right next to you, but you can still kind of smell the smoke from the main floor.

Something to keep in mind if you really don't like smoke. Otherwise a really nice place, in a really nice location. And the worthless security is a joke. Won't recommend this place to anyone. My mom was visiting me for the weekend and as she loves casinos I took her for a night out to Snoqualmie. Only about a 25 min relaxing and scenic drive away we were there!

I know, it's to be expected but even in the "non-smoking area", the smoke carries and it was quite unpleasant. We rely on honest reviews to spend our time and money so we want to do our part in posting ours. Our experience at Snoqualmie was sadly, unsatisfactory.

Basically, it's an expensive smoking lounge. If you like throwing away money, paying to push light up screens for no other reason than mindless entertainment, this place is for you! But, other than an architecturally beautiful smoking lounge, you might want to take your money elsewhere. Staff is friendly whoever I spoke to about amenities or getting lost. I rode the snoqualimie express bus from downtown seattle from convention center. After 4 more stops picking up other passengers.

It took about an hour from beginning to destination. A perfect way to get to casino. Flexible to catch bus at any leave time as long as here is room. Don't drink and gamble. I thought it was just a fluke the first time I came here, but now that I've been here two times and the same thing happened to me, I realized that the employees here are just trying to scam the customers out of another dollar. I generally go to casinos to spend a lot of money and have a good time with drinks and fun.

Ordered the exact same way. When I questioned why the difference in price he mentioned he poured it with titos which is a premium price. But I didn't request titos nor did you ask me if that is what I wanted. I'm fine with the house. But I don't want to deal with him, I'm trying to have fun, sorry but that cost your tip.

Double cape cod in a tall glass. Order my 3rd drink, the same way from my first bartender in the center bar. Ordered the same exact way. Never mentioned I wanted titos.

Actually prefer grey goose. But fine with the house. Sorry sir that cost your tip. Hope the upcharge was worth your tip. Being in the service industry, it takes a lot for me to complain because I usually sympathize with the worker but I also am aware of the scams they can typically pull on ppl and really don't appreciate that both times I've come to this casino the bartenders ripped me off.

This will probably be the last time I buy drinks at this casino. It's easier to sneak liquor in than deal with the scum bag bartenders. Plus a lot cheaper. And I consider myself a good tipper This place has gone down hill. I've come here pretty consistently over the last 5 years and each time it sucks me dry of my money. Hardly any bonuses on the slots and when you do, most are just a couple dollars.

I've stopped coming here as much because it's really discouraging leaving down every single time. I had to wait 33 years to confirm your quality as a musician and superb songwriter. Your personality shines and your message of love transcends and is appreciated by all of your fans together with your positive energy. Thank you for being a humble person and for your true kindness. Hope you come back soon. What a privilege it was for us to attend your show last night.

My brother and I had our own "concert" in the car on our 6 hour drive from Oregon to see you and your awesome band perform. We talked about the songs that you would play and how great your voice still sounds. Can't thank you enough for continuing to tour and perform. Please return to the Pacific Northwest again!!

So many wonderful memories And Roger, I passed along the hug to Judy. This was the third time I have seen your show Vancouver about 5 years ago and last year at Snoqualmie and once again words cannot describe what a wonderful experience it is to watch and listen to you perform!

I love your new song "Awakening! Thanks for playing "Death and a Zoo" by the way. That is such an amazing song, and obviously the crowd just loves that one. Finally, your band is absolutely amazing! They were great last year, but they have gotten even better and are amazingly tight.

I was just blown away by how good they sounded and everyone around me who had seen your show last year felt the same way. Thank you again Roger, I hope you come back to the Seattle area again some day! It meant so much to me and is a memory I will always cherish. You are a kind person and I hope to see you, the band and staff again in Washington next year.

But if he's anywhere on the West Coast, I will travel! Blessings to you Linda. Thank you for the wonderful job you do to keep Roger touring. It means more than you know to so many people. After studying your work and listening to your professionalism and talent.

This was one of my life time achievements, to see such an amazing Artist Roger Hodgson. I thank you for everything you have done, and for future work to come. Petra, the friendgirl of Andrea, and I vere very happy. Very good friends we have met there, with tears had to leave them again. But in our hearts we will be always together!

Since our journey last year to Orillia we have found many really good friends, and you and your music brought us together! I hope that we, Andrea and I, will see you personally in Bochum, our last show for !

After seeing you Monday at Snoqualamie Casino we were totally spoiled--saw Steeley Dan Tonight and couldn't help but compare the shows--yours was hand down the greater--still hearing the music from your show in my head--Bravo! Thank you SO much for coming here! I saw that a couple years ago "Supertramp" was touring! I happily decided not to attendI! I will be in attendance whenever you are anywhere close! Thank you so much for an incredible show! It was meaningful to us in quite a few ways.

My brother and I lost our mom two weeks before the show. She and our dad had been together for 35 years, married for 33, and "Hide in Your Shell" was his song for her. Hearing it live brought a whole lot of tears, but it was amazing at the same time, and I think that it was helpful in facing some of our emotions. Also because of our dad's love for Supertramp, my brother and I grew up listening to all the albums. We didn't discover Roger's solo music until the late '90s, though.

Once Dad brought home "In the Eye of the Storm", it earned almost continuous play for weeks! It's hard to believe that it's been 15 years So thank you for being such a big part of my family's life! Keep on making your music, and we'll be there to hear it! Thank you for playing it. I've only heard part of it on one of your interviews on YouTube. The song has been in my head every day since the show reminding me to know who I am and change the things in my life that I am not happy with.

I really believe that by touring, you are Awakening many souls and helping them identify who they are deep in their hearts. You are helping them re-write their story.

Thank you for your continued inspiration. We would love to hear more songs you haven't recorded yet. We also look forward to hearing them over and over when you do record them. Thank you for helping to guide our spirits! Blessings to you, the band, Linda and staff!

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