We needed a place to spend the night on our trip back from Las Vegas and decided to give this place a try. Like many Native American resorts, it's in the middle of nowhere with this one surrounded by cotton fields and other crops with the small town of Maricopa a few miles away. We reserved a tower room (selections are basic, I think in the original building; a 12-story tower, recently built and closest to the casino and restaurants; and luxury with balconies overlooking the pool or garden, plus some suite selections) and it was gorgeous with a nice view of the agriculture fields and distant hills.Check-in was fast and the front desk associate couldn't have been nicer. The room was larger than it appears in the photos with a very comfortable bed, a small table and chairs by the window, a refrigerator, and a huge bathroom with a rainfall shower that some love and some hate (we are in the latter group) and fluffy towels. It was very quiet and we slept well. The casino has a convoluted layout with smoking and nonsmoking areas but it is difficult to discern which is which. We are fans of nickel video poker and it was difficult to find nickel machines with most being at least 25 cents but I found a workaround so I didn't lose all of my money at once. Table limits were $10 but noticed some tables changed to $15 as the evening progressed. It was a lively casino and it appeared as if the dealers were encouraged to have fun with the players with much whooping and hollering going on. Of course, drinks at the tables and machines are not free but the pit boss gave each of us a coupon for a free drink for playing. One thing I noticed is there were more younger players than I've seen in a casino and the bars were hopping. It was our 50th wedding anniversary so tried for online reservations at the steakhouse and couldn't get in. The hostess tried to shoehorn us in but the table was terrible so we ended up eating at the bar which turned out to be a lot of fun. It was expensive but all of the food and drinks were excellent. All in all, we had a terrific time and would stop again if were on the road and needed a place to stay but the lack of anything else to do in the area would discourage us from making it a destination stay. The only issue we had was when my spouse got his player's card, he was told that being a veteran, he would receive a 15% discount at the restaurants but it never happened. When I mentioned it to the bartender when he rang up our bill, he said to take care of it when checking out yet the front desk people said it was the server who was supposed to give us the discount. The front desk associate supposedly took our information to follow up on it but we haven't received a response.