It is no secret that the casino appeal of Tunica, MS is a far cry from its heyday.The entire Harrah's complex is gone. At its peak, 14000 people worked in the Tunica casinos; that number is now closer to 4000.One of the casualties of the downsizing has been the Tunica Roadhouse.What started out as a Sheraton Hotel many years ago had morphed into a western themed casino/hotel. The exterior still belies the Sheraton English Tudor style while the inside is one by four pine planking,The is no restaurant, no casino-only a hotel. The "lobby" looks like a fast-casual restaurant greeting station.Now for the review: The room was great, Jacuzzi. King bed. All the normal accouterments.Staff was more than helpful. VERY reasonably priced. The Horseshoe Casino is next door and the upscale Goldstrike casino is a couple of minutes walk. If you have a Caesar's players card, it probably would be worth a visit.Note: My visit 3 weeks ago was before Caesar's properties was bought out; no way of knowing what, if anything that will have on this property.