"Good for the money"
My family stayed at this hotel for two nights recently. Check in was painless, and we got our mechanical keycards (yes, they are hole keyed cards, so they can't be erased) and went to our room. Room was spacious enough.
They quote having a microwave and refrigerator in every room, and since we were staying with family that weekend, I can attest to that fact. One issue we had was the refrigerator was a little annoying while trying to sleep. The compressor would kick on every now and then and would be a little annoying. It's not like a gunshot, but if you add a slightly uncomfortable bed along with small noises, it might become an issue.
The TV's weren't all updated to flat panels (we had it in our room, the others had tube). Enough channels to keep us interested.
The bathroom was divided by a door. One side was the sink, and on the other the toilet and shower. In another room, the bathroom was a single room, which seemed more spacious.
The pool and hot tub were well received. We stayed on the weekend and the first night (friday) the pool was deserted along with the hot tub. On the second night, there was one family swimming, but they proceeded to leave once we got there. So it was quite nice. The pool went up to 5 ft deep. The hot tub could hold 6 comfortably, and probably more. One caveat was that the pool was a tad on the cool side.
The continental breakfast is not like you would think. Yes, it's a hot breakfast, but it is served by a waitress/hostess. You get one plate of whatever they are serving and either coffee, juice or water. On Saturday morning we had french toast and sausages, on the next morning it was mini pancakes and sausages. The french toast seemed home made and tasted good. The mini pancakes had to be frozen from a box, but were still equally good. Sausages were good as well. You get a caraffe of coffee if that is ordered or a cup of juice/water. It's a simple breakfast, but by no means a carbohydrate buffet like most hotels continental breakfast.
Yes, there is a casino in this hotel. It is quite small, consisting of (I saw from a distance, I did not go in) a few tables of blackjack and a bar and perhaps other tables. I heard that the blackjack tables were $1 minimum bets, that went up to $25 perhaps? I was going to go in for $1, but ran out of time.
Checkout was a breeze (We decided to check out since the keycards just can't be reset if brought back to the desk, they had to be put back into the proper rooms slot in the drawer behind the counter).