It has been many years since I visited and stayed in Tunica...once one of the hottest casino destinations outside of Vegas and AC. The once beautiful hotel resorts with amenities like skeet shooting, top notch golf, high-end dining, and luxurious spa facilities currently either stand in rubble or are covered in vines and thistle. Only six resorts remain, and the Horseshoe is one of them.The Horseshoe, at one time, was considered one of the premier resorts in Tunica; its lobby area is still a testament to those glory days. Sadly, the rooms and their care don't garner the same attention as the lobby's marble floor. Per hotel COVID protocol, my room (3131) had the door sealed with the sanitized notice giving me a comforting sense that housekeeping had paid extra attention in the servicing of my room. Upon entry, I noticed caramel corn pieces in full view on the floor in front of the chair as well as a layer of dust on the bedside lamps (see photos). Promptly, I checked the bathroom and found nothing unclean on the counter, sink, tub, and commode. It was at that point, I made a decision not to alert the front desk to what I had found in the room. It should also be noted that, in addition to housekeeping issues, the bedside table lampshade was split open and some of the furniture was well worn beyond being kept in an "establishment of this class".The next morning, I entered the shower and began using one of the folded and presumably clean wash cloths provided by the hotel. As I began to wash my face, a large clump of long dark hair hung on my lips (see photo). In immediate disgust, I exited the shower and grabbed for a (folded and presumably clean) bath towel; upon unfolding, I noticed that the white towel was covered in black streaks (see photo). It was at this point that I did ring the front desk and spoke to the manager on duty; she responded genuinely and apologized profusely. I explained that I was here on business and did not expect anything for my trouble but did want someone in management to take note of the sheer lack of proper cleaning and inspection of the rooms. Upon checkout, I was informed that my resort fee had been waived.I stayed the following week at the MGM property (Gold Strike) located next door to Horseshoe; it did not disappoint and now appears to truly be the class of Tunica.