Owned by the Navajo Nation, this recently built five-story casino complex sits on the broad plain that opens a few miles east of hilly, forested Flagstaff and affords superb views of the San Francisco Peaks. Gamblers will appreciate the variety of table games and slots, while foodies have a choice of six restaurants that range from a pricey steakhouse (with, for instance, a $42 porterhouse) to an inexpensive ($9.99) all-day buffet that features Native American dishes. Rooms are spacious and well appointed, and the King Mountain View rooms have that grand vista of the (usually) snowclad peaks a few miles to the west. Stay in the Presidential Suite, if you win downstairs, and the executive chef will cook you a meal in your very own private dining room. The sole downside is the entertainment, which tends to be generic country bands.