Buffalo Thunder Casino

Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino is a casino resort par excellence that can be found approximately fifteen minutes north of Santa Fe. Managed in part by the Hilton company and the Pojoaque Pueblo tribe, this resort certainly caters to gaming enthusiasts with its casino, and over at the hotel, the 395 rooms aim to please with their tasteful Southwest decors and their ample amenities. There's a lot more to the casino than gaming options, and as far as the hotel is concerned, the excellent rooms aren't the only allure. This place impresses on many different levels.

Should you be looking to visit the Buffalo Thunder Casino while in Santa Fe, 30 Buffalo Thunder Trail is the address. You'll know you've arrived once you lay eyes on the sprawling grounds. If you can't wait to start gaming once you arrive, the casino will be ready with its 1,200 slots, its eighteen table games, and its cozy poker room. Weekly table and slot tournaments only add to the action, and visitors can hope to earn special prizes and benefits by signing up for a free Lightning Rewards Players Club card. It is worth noting that the slot machines offer denominations that range from one cent to 100 dollars, and for those who fancy gaming at the tables, versions of blackjack, roulette, craps, three card poker, ultimate Texas hold'em progressive are among the options.

Buffalo Thunder Casino entertainment comes in a variety of enticing forms. On top of gambling, visitors can hope to catch one of the many Buffalo Thunder concerts, and there isn't a lack of tantalizing dining options for when it comes time to get a meal. Four different entertainment venues offer live music on a regular basis, and you might be interested to know that the main venue, or the Towa Stadium, hosts more than its fair share of renowned acts from home and abroad. The other venues that offer live music include a lounge, a nightclub, and a bar and grille. As for the dining venues, the same bar and grille offers a casual dining environment every day of the week, and if you like prime rib, it's known for its specials. An upscale restaurant that is ideal for fine dining, a buffet restaurant, and a convenient deli are among the other dining venues. Guests at the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino can also take advantage of the seasonal poolside grille, the hotel's café, and the room service options when looking to get something to eat.

Some good dining options and well-equipped rooms aren't the only things that help to make the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino Hotel such as fine place to stay when visiting the Santa Fe area. Those who like to be pampered are likely to find bliss at the luxurious, 16,000-square-foot spa, and the same can be said for golfers who tee it up on the Towa Golf Club's 18-hole course. The spa features a full-service salon if you are interested in updating your look. A restaurant with a bar can be found at the Towa Golf Club's clubhouse, and it's also worth noting that it can make for a fine place to host a wedding reception, a meeting, or other private events.

Should you opt to stay at the Buffalo Thunder Casino Hotel during your New Mexico vacation, you might find that leaving when it's time to go home can be very difficult. In the upscale rooms, large flat-screen TVs figure among the amenity highlights, as do premium beds and high-speed Internet access. Special golf and spa lodging packages are available, and if you wish to explore the area, there is plenty to do on the side. Nearby Santa Fe alone can fill hours on end with its rich culture, appealing architecture, renowned galleries, inviting shops, and tempting restaurants.

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