We stayed here for a four-day conference/event. Otherwise I can't think of a reason to stay here unless it's to play the slot machines. Bring lots of patience, good walking shoes, and snacks to tide you over when restaurants close. Pros - Staff are friendly, the room was clean and the shower had a rainfall shower head that felt delightful. The banquet dinner was excellent. The pool area is expansive and attractive with a swim-up bar. The hotel gym is well equipped and had everything I needed for a workout. Cons There were a no instructions (like the typical 3-ring binder in most places) in the room as to restaurants, internet availability, room service, and local resources. Thus, we did not know that all the restaurants on the premises close at 9 pm, which means they stop seating people at 8 pm. Want coffee in the morning? The only option before 7 a.m. is a Dunkin' Donuts in the casino that opens at 5:00 a.m. that is woefully understaffed and incredibly slow. Slow as in four people ahead of us, 20 minutes later we reach the register.Cons - few food options, and they all close early, except for the one high-end restaurant (I forget the name) service is slow, as in the staff. The main restaurant is only open to casino regulars on Friday/Saturday. Not only that, the town of Maricopa is the land of strip malls, so there are no decent restaurants except what is in the hotel.Internet is not free. It is $9.99/24 hours for the 'premium' internet service. Bring your walking shoes. Everything is very spread out.Hints - use the parking garage, not the ground parking, as desert winds can be brutal.