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Portsmouth is the proposed area for the new casino. She believes that area would help retain casino goers from going to another state to gamble.

Currently the state is having a difficult time finding ways to raise funds for the various programs. Residents of the state are against highway tolls and raising taxes.

Lucas believes that casino gaming may be a solution to help pay for education and infrastructure. The Pamunkey Indian Tribe was recognized by the federal government in The Indian Gaming Regulation IGRA defines three classes of gambling with conditions that determine which tribal gaming will be approved for the Pamunkey Indian Tribe or any other tribal applicant wanting a gambling facility.

The Pamunkey Tribe casino proposal will take years to reach a final decision on approval and agreement on the type of allowed gaming. The process will include the U. If approved the Pamunkey Indian Tribe will be build a casino and hotel in the eastern part of Virginia.

It will not be located on the tribe's King William County reservation. For an update, see our page the Pamunkey Casino and Hotel. The lastest information will be posted as it becomes available.

Virginia is currently one of seven states that outlaws casino gambling. However, several business and community leaders are hoping this will change soon. I love this place very nice people the food is great its just a good time. Thank you for taking the time to post and for the wonderful review. It is always nice to hear from our guests and hear what they have to say.

I will make sure I pass along your comments to the team here. Thank you again for posting and for enjoy your next visit with us. I went to the Mountaineer for the first time on July 1, for a retirement party. Wow, was I in for a surprise. The "lodge" where we stayed looked like a Motel 6, I couldn't believe what it looked like from the outside.

The rooms on the first floor have a door to the pool, and every one of the doors and patios were in serious need of cleaning or maybe even some paint.

The room itself was okay and was much better on the inside than what it looked like on the outside. The lobby to the main building we nice and the main building looked very nice from the outside. None of our rooms were in this part of the building so I cannot speak for these rooms.

The Casino was a casino, not much to report there. I can say that the dealers at the Blackjack table and the 3 card poker table were very nice, and they were helpful. I did not feel intimidated and felt comfortable to play and even ask the dealer s questions.

There is a bar area with a dance floor. It just made me laugh. Now for the food. Several of us ate dinner there, and we did not have a very good experience.

I had the loaded French fries with pulled pork and some sort of fake cheese sauce. The pulled pork gave the fries a weird taste. I had a chicken sandwich which I did not like at all, and didn't eat very much of it.

I will go back if a group wants to go back again because now I know what to expect. But as a first-timer, I was seriously not impressed. Oh, I must mention that my bed was very comfortable and I got a good night's sleep however the "fitted" sheet must not have been the correct size as it kept coming off of the mattress.

This is also a horse track. We learned once we got there that the horses weren't running that night. We were disappointed as this was a Saturday night of a "holiday" weekend. We certainly appreciate the feedback and will use the information that you provided to improve the overall experience for our guests. Many people request to stay in the original section of the hotel, as your group did, because of its proximity to the outdoor pool. The tower rooms are larger and of course their is an elevator in that building as well.

Nonetheless, I will make sure I have our maintenance team address the issues you mentioned. I will also pass along your comments regarding the other areas to the individual directors so that they can address them. Perhaps on your next trip you can stay in the hotel tower, try out the spa or play a round of golf. You should also try dinner in our LBV Steakhouse. Again, we really appreciate you taking the time to post and hope that your next visit is more enjoyable. We were here as a bus group.

The casino is good about handling such groups and provides free play for bus group members. If one wants to be at the race track, be aware that it is not opened all days of the week. If you stay here as a resort destination, there is a nearby golf course a lot of hills and trees owned by Mountaineer and try to stay when there is entertainment at the ballroom. Otherwise, there are other casinos within two hours that you can check out and then compare for yourself.

The food at the buffet restaurant was fine but we ordered sandwiches off the menu. My club sandwich was very good and the coleslaw was tasty enough. There is also a free coffee and soft drink station in the casino so you can fill up before dining at the restaurant if you don't want to pay for soft drinks.

Paul, Thank you for taking the time to post and for the review. We appreciate the feedback. I will share your comments with team here as well. Hopefully, you will come back and visit us again soon. Thanks again for posting. Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips.

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