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Grand Mille Lacs is a mid range hotel - don't plan on room service and definitely plan to wait on valet ;-). It is NOT a new casino (pretty junky) but it is the "only game in town" for many miles. The food in the...More
Stayed for 2 nights, the food (at buffet and B3 eatery) was very good, the staff was extremely friendly, getting a room was a breeze, signing in to the hotel was easy, and even the machines were nice to us (ha!)...only problems with the room...More
Wanted a little get away less than a 4 hour drive from Fargo ND to celebrate my 50th birthday. A friend suggested the Mille Lacs area and even the Grand Casino. Arrived on 3/2/17. Nicole checked us in, offered an upgrade to a suite, which...More
It was cool. Like cool games, cool room, cool stuff every where. I hate these reviews but they won't stop emailing me. There was a cool dude that pressed the button for the elevator. That was cool. Overall I'd say it was pretty cool.
This is a favorite of ours due to the economic value (with club card) and all of the options available. The pool area is very nice and the food options are plentiful. The rooms are typical of casino's in the area, if not above average...More
US$93 - US$243 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The non smoking section is RIDICULOUSLY small compared to the rest o the entire casino and to get to the non smoking section you have to walk through the smoking section. They claim it is an "amenity" to their guests. Not to... More
The non smoking section is RIDICULOUSLY small compared to the rest o the entire casino and to get to the non smoking section you have to walk through the smoking section. They claim it is an "amenity" to their guests. Not to mention you smell like an ashtray regardless because the smoking is terrible and some of the guests are not considerate enough not to light up if you are sitting there not smoking.