Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino Hotel ,Texas – U.S.A.
If you are looking for a dramatic setting from which to enjoy a night on the slots, the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino Hotel is a winner. Situated in the Kickapoo Indian reservation, on the banks of the mighty Rio Grande, this is wild west gaming at its most authentic.
The casino has more nearly 3,000 slots spread out over more than 75,000 sq ft. At the time of writing, there are no table games. Blackjack fans will need to find an alternative venue.
If poker, bingo, and slots are your thing – combined with a warm welcome, some fine dining choices, and a packed roster of promotions, entertainment, and bonuses, the Lucky Eagle could be your kind of bird.
It boasts the ‘best poker room in Texas’ and there are tournaments most days, as well as a progressive bad beat jackpot. The poker room is open from noon till 5am.
Slots are the main attraction and games vary in price, from a penny to $25 a spin. There is a ticket-out ticket-in system to avoid bucket-sized pots of coins. Progressive jackpots are in play throughout the venue. Bingo is also a popular choice here with live games five days a week.
As we are in Texas, the star attraction on the menu is red meat - cooked the way you like it - at the Sage Steakhouse. Other food options include a buffet, the Riverbend café, a sports bar and grill, and the Mezquite which serves up Mexican food.
Entertainment comes courtesy of the Que Pasa Lounge. Expect karaoke, comedy, and full screen presentations of major sports action. It’s all about having a good time and kicking back.
If you’re playing cowboys and Indians and heading down the Rio Grande, tie off the horses, grab a glass of firewater, and check out the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino Hotel.
- 2,800 electronic games
- Progressive jackpots in play
- 75,000 sq ft gaming space
- high limit gaming area
- Open 24 hours
- Live bingo
- Poker room
- Lucky Eagle Players Club
- Sports bar
- 249 suites and guest rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Five restaurants and three bar lounges
- Fitness centre
- Room service
- Gift shop
- Piedras Negras – nearby border city rich in history
- Plaza de las Culturas – Mexico’s three ancient cultures are represented here
- Fort Duncan Museum – artifacts from the Spanish colonial period
- The Rio Grande – this famous river borders Mexico and the USA
- Seminole Canyon State Park – this is wild west scenery
- Eagle Pass Golf Course
- Maverick County Lake
The hotel has a comprehensive bus program serving all the local areas. The round trip includes a four hour stay, as well as free play vouchers and mystery prizes. See website for details. San Antonio International Airport is a 2.5 hour drive.
Hotel Contact Information
|Address:||794 Lucky Eagle Drive, Eagle Pass, TX 78852|
|Email:||use website form|