Do not bother. We were headed to the Hard Rock, but took the scenic route from home and decided to stop here on the way there to check the place out. They were giving free play to new player club members so we figured it was worth the stop. We were wrong.
The security check point at the entrance to the place seems excessive, but moved along within a reasonable amount of time. The signs for handicapped parking are incorrect and there is very little handicap parking to be had, however, it really isn't a far walk to the door. Upon entry, you're told to pull your mask down, which seems odd considering it's a bull pen of people waiting to get their temp checked. I guess pandemic doesn't apply in this area.
They advertise this as a smoking casino, however, that is no longer the case. Smoking is only permitted on a patio outside the casino. We didn't bother going to this area. We walked around the maze of a casino searching for the players club area and finally located it where we signed up for our card and free play.
We browsed the games, but found little to our liking. If you're used to the games you find at Hard Rock or Vegas, you won't find many, if any, here. We played our free play, won a few dollars and then immediately cashed in and left.
When we tried to exit, we were stopped and told that the exit we were trying to use was a VIP exit only. If the other exit wasn't closer to my car, they'd have a real hard time stopping me from going outside a door.
The casino is boring, limited options for food and drink from what we could see as we got turned around a few times due to poor signage. There is no accommodation for smokers. No chairs for companions so two people can play together at a slot, and just generally not a real fun place to be. There are several more casinos in the area, including Hard Rock, which is where we headed to spend the money we had won from this casino.
Don't waste your time; keep driving.