This was Albuquerque's first gaming venue when it opened in the mid-80s and continues to tower as the area's number ... More
This was Albuquerque's first gaming venue when it opened in the mid-80s and continues to tower as the area's number one casino. Play blackjack, poker, roulette, craps, keno and bingo. Choose among over 300 slot machines that are on offer. The four star resort, in which the casino is located, boasts of comfortable rooms and suites, a fitness center, pool, golf club and meeting rooms. There are several dining options ranging from the Thur Shan buffet to fine dining at the Bien Shur restaurant.
I have been to the Sandia several times, the so-called penny slots DO NOT PAY ANYTHING WORTHWHILE, you can play for a penny up to $5, when you are playing the higher such as $2.50 or $5 the payouts is crap!! The machines are a complete fraud. Sticking money in to those slot machines is only building an Indian a new house, you will leave broke, they make sure of it. The poker games are ok, you are playing other players not the rigged machines. Every thing else about the Sandia is nice for the most part, but stay away from the slot machines!!!
I think what is the best thing about Sandia Casino is The Employees.I go weekly,and have
surprisingly never,ever,been treated rude by any of the Staff.It just hit me, that they all seem to like what they're doing!Another comment was made by a male,that the girls there aren't prettyduring the weekdays.Well,the "Party" Type girls do show up when there is a band,like on a Sat. Lastly,but Very important,is the Low-Price-Good Food at 2 Separate Grills,in the Casino.I mean this food is Good!*****What I don't like,is that I notice that the people who can't afford to bet High,don't hardly ever even win.I've been going even up to 3x a week sometimes,and I have never won anything over 60.00 Also,there is very limited walking space between machines.Also,in the Bathrooms,it's so very hard to get the water to come out to wash your hands.Then,after you struggle through that,it's hell to get the Paper Towels to come out.You have to stand there & repeatedly wave your hand over the thing,hoping the Light catches the cue!!
This place definately adds class to our Land of Enchantment! I think it's a beautiful venue for concerts, and it's in our own backyard! It's high on my list of places to show off to my out of town guests!
The casino has been pretty dead all week. The biggest let down is you CAN NOT drink for free and you cant drink as you play. They serve beer and alcohol, but you have to enjoy it at their bar.
The majority of the people running the games are enjoyable and friendly.
Not very many good looking women to speak of at all, but I have only been here from Mon thru Wed, so hopefully Thur night and Friday night will get better.
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