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.
Twin Arrows Casino and Resort
22181 Resort Blvd.
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Phone 855/946-8946 Prices $85–$209 double Amenities 6 restaurants; fitness center; indoor heated pool; whirlpool; free Wi-Fi Units 200 Web site Twin Arrows Casino and Resort
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