Mary - Salem - 7/18/2004 12:59:15 AM
Ladies be careful there is a man who is a womanizer who hangs out here to meet his victims.He seems to prefer heavy or not attractive women he will flatter you to the end then use you to the end over time.
Ken - Salem - 9/7/2003 6:46:18 PM
I only play Poker at a casino and Spirit Mountain used to have an active poker room. They have eliminated all of the fun tournaments and play very few tournaments at all during the month. The format for the tournament is always to have it end as soon as possible, 20 minute rounds, low starting chips, rapidly increasing blinds. Other clubs are more attentive to the desires of their players wants. I think Spirit Mountain sees the card room as a waste of space and it may be on the way out which seems surprising with the greatly increased interest in poker.
unknown - unknown - 6/20/2003 6:01:37 PM
the "big casino list.com" says "alcohol while playing" NOT SO. You can only drink in the Lounge and Alcohol is NOT ALLOWED in the GAMING AREA AT ALL!
dh - mcminville - 5/1/2003 3:44:38 PM
I used to come here a lot.. much closer to home. Not anymore. THe machines eat your money up in minutes. Never have hit a jackpot or seen anyone else.Never went home ahead from here. I got to chinook winds now.
Jay Walker - Eugene/Springfield Oregon area - 2/11/2003 3:58:27 AM
Service leaves a lot to be desired. Often inexperienced craps dealers/croupiers slow. $5 is too much for a minimum on craps. Slots appear to have been reset for lower payout. My ladyfriend and I noticed this on our 2-10-2003 visit. One good thing tho: Catch the free bus, grab a coupon book, then show up in the buffet line around 10:45-10:50 and breakfast/lunch buffet is $2.75 per person, with the $3 off coupon. Bon apetite!
Don C. - Portland - 1/4/2003 8:09:20 PM
Don't waste your time or money at this place!!! The games are extremely tight...I've been a player nearly all my adult life and never have I been in a joint as lousy for action and service as this one! You might as well just go straight to the john and use the money more productively than put it in the machines or on the table. I did not witness one real win in the seven hours I was there. I would recommend the one in Lincoln City...the action is much better and you stand a chance of winning plus the staff is more attentive and friendly. Bypass this clip joint on your way to the Oregon coast.
J - Portland - 1/4/2003 3:43:57 PM
This casino was a TOTAL RIPOFF, not only were the games not even hitting within the mathematical odds, but the staff was TERRIBLY RUDE and any type of service (except for security of which there were an abundance to annoy you while gaming) was non-existant. It USED to be an okay place to play and the family could enjoy it, but now it seems with the addition of the hotel it has become just one HUGE MONEY GRUBBING place...my advice, steer clear of this place and save your betting for someplace that KNOWS how to treat their guests FAIRLY like RENO/VEGAS. These local casinos don't seem to be regulated. Oh yeah...forget bringing kids..they kick you off property at 2:30a.m.
Lynn - Lincoln City - 9/11/2002 3:56:47 AM
The slot attendants/change attendants are really rude. When you have a problem they don't seem to care, they would rather stand and talk to each other. Your change light can be on and nobody comes to give you change. Then when you decide to go look for someone, you can never find them!
EIGHT MAD TRIBAL MEMBERS - Siletz Reservation - 8/31/2002 9:36:44 PM
The Grand Ronde tribal council is doing a great job on keeping the tribe in line and the tribal members happy. I wish I could say the same for our tribe. The tribal council here needs to be recalled. THEY DO NOT NO A DAMN THING ABOUT MAKING GOOD BUSINESS DECISIONS FOR THE CASINO AND IT'S MEMBERS.
Dave Miller - Vancouver Wa - 8/14/2002 12:57:51 AM
The attitude of the floor supervisor in the card room is unreal.I had a problem with a decision by the female supervisor who had no time for my questioning of a decision. A fellow player spoke up, one who was known by the floor person, then she had time to listen and changed her decision. This is not my favorite card room.
DAVE WOODSON - SEATTLE, WA - 7/29/2002 1:58:16 PM
THIS CASINO SHOULD SELL ACLOHOLIC DRINKS ON THE FLOOR. THIS WOULD GREATLY INCREASE THEIR REVENUE AND INCREASE CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.
Stacey Simons - Rose Lodge, OR - 7/18/2002 3:45:11 AM
Spirit Mountains Bingo is no fun at all. The staff isn't very friendly. GO TO CHINOOK WINDS CASINO and play Bingo. It is the best and you will have the time of your life. The Bingo crew there is very friendly and will assist you in any way possible to insure that you enjoy yourself. Spirit Mountain Bingo did do a good thing by getting rid of their caller Angie. She was very lazy and very rude.
L - Vancouver, Wa - 7/12/2002 10:29:28 PM
All I can say about this casino is that they are confrontational to thier players. I have personally seen them go way over the top to harass players. Once a player called his craps dealer(a female) "honey" in casual player jest. The dealer loudly remarked "I'M NOT YOUR HONEY" in a viscous tone of voice. This was after she had showed additude towards the players in general. Well, he obviously ran out of patience and told her off. Then he proceded to leave. The box man defended her to security and they actually went after him. They thought that he and his family were staying at their lodge and were going to punish him by throwing him out. I don't know how the whole thing ended because the whole scene sickened me and I cashed out and left. I was a witness to these things and I know that this man was unjustly treated. I have played in this casino numerous times and have decided not to return. The general additude there obviously trickles down from the top. Shame on the GM. I'ts no way to treat people and especially their paying customers.
James - Portland - 1/10/2002 2:25:59 PM
Our party stayed at the lodge which was good in appointment and service, however the gaming was very restrictive especially the slot machines which appeared to be set at a VERY LOW payback ratio. In my opinion you may want to try some other establishment for a more equitable chance at gaming, but if you only want a room and a fair buffet then this place is as good as another.
Denise - Portland - 10/27/2001 8:39:46 PM
This casino alowed my husband to gamble on credit. Because of this we may lose our new house and we may be getting divorced.
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