Updated: 3/2/17
Horseshoe Casino Tunica

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The Horseshoe Casino Tunica is located between the Tunica Roadhouse and MGM Resorts International's Gold Strike.  For related information about Tunica Roadhouse, click here.

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Participates in the PetStay program.

The nearest major airport is Memphis, about a 45-minute drive.  More limited connecting air service via Vision Airlines is available directly into Tunica.  (Charter flights on Allegiant also fly into Tunica.)
 
Casino Overview
Horseshoe has 70 table games, approximately 1,700 slot machines and a poker room. 
The casino is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day.  Only the poker room and buffet are non-smoking areas.
 
The casino is equipped with Caesars proprietary Total Touch system that allows customers to order drinks, redeem free play, check their Total Rewards account balances, and receive real-time offers based on play.
 

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You no longer have to use all your free slot play at one machine. Let’s say you download $50, have a big win and decide your machine isn’t going to hit again for a while. You’re no longer stuck playing the balance of what you downloaded. Simply remove your Total Rewards card from the machine, and any unused free slot play will automatically be re-deposited back into your bank. Caesars casinos in Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Hammond, New Orleans and Phoenix – and perhaps others – are among those with similar policies.
"Easy Pay" tickets issued by the slot machines are valid only for 60 days, so be sure to cash them in before you leave town.
 

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If you're playing to earn a daily tier bonus, you'll have to manually calculate your combined tier credits from the Horseshoe and the Roadhouse. The amount shown as your daily play on the Total Touch pad reflects only your score at the casino at which you are playing.
Dining & Entertainment
Dining options include the
Village Square Buffet, JB's Cafe, Jack Binion's Steak, 8 oz. Burger Bar, Lucky 8 Asian Bistro and a Starbucks.  Note that, while Reward Credits (comp dollars) are accepted at each of these outlets, redemption at 8 oz. and Starbucks is 2:1, i.e., it takes $2 in comps (200 Reward Credits) for each $1 purchase.  In others words, a $2 cup of coffee will cost $4 in comps.  (There is a small sign to indicate this at 8 oz., but not at Starbucks.)

Guests who are paying cash or are members of MGM Resorts International's M life Rewards players card program should consider using the restaurants next door at Gold Strike.  The Atrium serves breakfast 24 hours, and the Atrium Big Breakfast (two pancakes, three eggs, bacon or sausage, grits or hash browns, biscuits or toast) is a bargain at $12; it's easily enough food for two people.  At lunch, a huge bowl of chicken noodle soup is $6 (see photo) Pickle and Jam is open 24 hours.  (Prices are subject to change.)
 
For entertainment, there's Bluesville Showcase Nightclub.
 
NOTE: If you are a registered guest at Horseshoe, you can charge meals and other services at Tunica Roadhouse.
 

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With the closing of Harrah's in Tunica, there are no longer on-site options for spa treatments and golf. Horseshoe currently doesn't have any agreements set-up to handle spa services, but a host may be able to set-up golf at Tunica National. You can use Reward Credits for greens fees, but at a 2:1 ratio, i.e., 1,000 RCs = $5.
Hotel Overview
The hotel has 500 rooms, 311 on floors four through 15 are advertised as "suites"; however, most are not suites in the traditional sense.  These "Tower Suites" are a bit larger than average-sized rooms. Also referred to by the front desk staff as "premium" rooms, there is a small flat-screen television in the bathroom.  Rooms with king-size beds have two additional TVs; rooms with two queen beds have one. 
All have safes, coffeemakers and refrigerators; bathrooms have single sinks with a combination tub and shower.  Toiletries are Horseshoe's house brand.  "Deluxe" rooms on floors two and three are smaller and have dark wood furniture, and a flat screen television.  When it's open, check-in at VIP Services; otherwise there is a dedicated line at the front desk, but Seven Stars cardholders share this with Diamond cardholders.  Coffee and cookies are generally available in VIP Services, whether it's open for check-in or not.  In addition to meeting rooms on the second floor, there also is an outdoor pool and a fitness center -- complimentary to all registered hotel guests.  To book an appointment at The Spa at Horseshoe Tunica, call (662) 357-4032.

 

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Check with the cashier for current policies regarding check-cashing and eChecks.
Special Seven Stars Benefits*
There is a dedicated line at check-in (which is shared with Diamond cardholders) and the buffet, and there is a section of 18 spaces on the first floor of the self-parking lot reserved for Seven Stars cardholders.  However, this is on the honor system and no one monitors these.

The buffet also has a dedicated section for Seven Stars cardholders. Unlike the rest of the buffet, tables in this section have fresh flowers, white tablecloths and white cloth napkins. It's also worth asking at the Casino Host desk for complimentary buffet passes and, before checking out, ask a host to review your charges.  These may end up being comped rather than using your Total Rewards credits.

If you're staying in the hotel, in the evening you'll get two pieces of wrapped chocolate squares with the Seven Stars logo.
 
Seven Stars Lounge
There is no Seven Stars Lounge.  A Diamond Lounge has a small eight-seat bar in one of two large rooms; the other room has a large gas fireplace.  There are several flat-screen televisions mounted on the walls, but sound either is turned to very low or not on at all.  Smoking is allowed in the club, but patrons are asked not to smoke pipes or cigars. Food options generally include a cold salad (chicken, shrimp, etc.), plus cheese and crackers, assorted dry snacks, and cookies and candy.  The lounge is open Monday through Thursday from 2 to 10 p.m., Fridays from noon to midnight, Saturdays from 10 a.m. to midnight, and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.  On Saturdays and Sundays the lounge offers a continental breakfast (fresh fruit, pastries and muffins, etc.).  Cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary (and may be taken out to the casino from the lounge), and there is no limit to the number of visits a guest may make in one day.


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Nearby Memphis offers a number of different options for touring when you’re in the mood to take a break from the casinos. There are Sun Studio, the Gibson Guitar Factory, the Rock 'n' Soul Museum, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, and, of course, Graceland.  Another thing to do is go hang out on Beale Street any evening.  There's no traffic and there are typically thousands of folks hanging out, having a great time listening to live music and consuming adult beverages.

1021 Casino Center Dr., Robinsonville, MS 38664


Should You Choose This For Your Annual Retreat?
With seven casinos (two owned by Caesars), two hotels (pretty much everyone recommends staying at the Horseshoe), a high-end gourmet restaurant (Jack Binion's Steak House at Horseshoe), a buffet, and many other casual dining options to choose from, Tunica is certainly an option.  You may feel a bit isolated wi
thout a car.  Rental cars are not available at Horseshoe, so be sure to rent at the airport if you think you'll want a car.
 

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