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Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, Montgomery, Montgomery: See 49 traveler reviews, 40 candid photos, and great deals for Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, Montgomery DANAGENNISI.EU 19 reviews of Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, Montgomery "It was fun here only because I was in good company. I have never been a fan of a casino with no tables and only DANAGENNISI.EU Wind Creek Montgomery, Montgomery, AL. 68K likes. Welcome to Wind Creek Casino & Hotel! Find Your Winning Moment!DANAGENNISI.EU
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We do have several promotions throughout the week for our guests. They need to understand that the customers are the reason they even have a JOB!! The other day was my first time visiting the pool area. We strive to maintain a clean environment for our guests. The beds are very comfortable but I can't never get a microwave in the room. It would be nice if you invest in more microwaves.
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The beds are very comfortable but I can't never get a microwave in the room. I can request one when I make my reservations and it still doesn't help. It would b…e nice if you invest in more microwaves.
The other day was my first time visiting the pool area. My grandson went forward off the step under the water. Thank the lord we notice him very quickly and out the pool to get the water out his mouth. What's concerns me that the lifeguard didn't notice what happen also didn't come over after we got him out of the pool. The lifeguard should gives people security while at the pool instead of reading a book. It would be nice if you invest in more microwaves. Bethea Tuesday morning, drove over with some people from Decatur, Georgia.
I have had some big winning days and days that I lose. I will get them next trip. We had a great, fun trip and will do it again in a couple of weeks. We are sorry that you did not win as much as your partner did, but we are glad that you all had a great visit. We hope that your next visit brings you your winning moment! Its been 5 years since I been to a casino. I forgot how much I enjoyed those bells! My husband and I took a quick two hour trip to Montgomery Alabama and we truly enjoyed the experience.
We almost booked a room. Two things should be added more quarter slots and one… or two more restaurants, although we did enjoy the BB King restaurant.
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Creek Casino is located in Montgomery, Alabama. There are two different ways to get to the casino, one with a toll, and one without a toll. Once you drive up to the casino, you will readily see that there are many different places to park. There are always big prizes being given away at the casino, so check into it, before you start playing.
Creek Casino also has many themed days, and prize giveaways, so read up about it in their newsletter, or ask about it.
One of the most current prizes is a vehicle with a trailer attached to it, which can be seen in the front of the casino. One must be a member of the casino, in order to join the drawing for the big prize.
Enter the glass doors of the casino, and the bathrooms are on the right, and all the games are right in front of you. The problem is, the casino can get very full, very fast. Because of the recent construction going on in the casino, the weekends can see the casino extremely full, leaving very little room for players to game. You need to sign up for a club card, so you can earn points and rewards.
The rewards you receive, are gained through playing on the machines. There are different levels of membership, but everyone starts with a standard Gold Club Card. If you ever need a statement about your wins and losses, you can go to one of the many machines, and insert your card, and print out a statement. There are machines that will cash out your winning tickets as well.
Along with Mean Streets Casino is probably Scorsese's most underrated and unheralded picture. I would also venture to say that this is probably his most ambitious film. The film deals with a particular time period and a particular atmosphere and accomplishes an overwhelming achievement by creating and accurately portraying both. The art direction is splendid, most likely the best of any film Scorsese has ever done.
The acting is superb. I never thought Pesci would be able to top his dynamic performance in Raging Bull until I saw Casino. Every time I watch this picture I fall in love with it all over again. This is the most honest depiction of Las Vegas, especially of the time period it was portrayed in. Scorsese's direction is flawless. Perhaps it is because I watch alot of Scorsese and Kubrick films, but I am becoming less satisfied with plot driven films and more enamored by films that possess the freedom that typical stories just don't seem to hold.
Sharon Stone gives the best performance of her career, and as far as the editing is concerned, well if you believe like Kubrick and Pudovkin that a film is not shot, but built who better to have on your team than long time cohort, collaborator, and editor Thelma Schoonmaker.
Ultimately, the genius of Scorsese is not just in the mastery of the medium, but in the understanding and appreciation for the necessity of great collaborators on all levels that Scorsese has consistently utilized throughout his career. Casino exemplifies not only the best of a Scorsese film, but transcends it. This film is truly a gem. Few films take so many chances and succeed so wonderfully. It takes some of the basic formulas that were found in Goodfellas and applies them to another type of story - while Goodfellas' view was ground-level, telling the story of the "blue collar" gangsters of NYC, this film tells the story of the guys who controlled those guys.
And it's fascinating to watch these people run Las Vegas, control the flow of money, and then fall from the heights of power due to lust, hubris, and greed. An amazing film that will hopefully get the recognition it deserves in the years to come. Even his lesser-known or critically panned films are above the "great film" line, and Casino is certainly no exception.