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They have some great fun games and I would definitely recommend checking it out. Gave it 4 stars just because especially on weekends the sound can be very loud so if you sensitive to sound be aware. Came here for an event and met Angela, who was really nice; she came right over and introduced herself and told us all about what Resort World had to offer and she was so informative.
I only gave 4 stars because I thought the bathrooms were dirty. Came here for the No Limits Tattoo Expo. It was held on the third floor and I didn't stick around to blow any more money!
The casino itself was very inviting and looked awesome. Parking is free and there is currently a lot of construction going on which made it very confusing to navigate. However once inside it was great. Very clean and new. My one complaint was how warm it was on the third floor. I think as you went up each floor was warmer then the next. I almost wished they had air conditioning going instead of heat.
You know you have to question your decision to come to this casino when you have to go through metal detectors before entering, I've been to many casinos, and have never seen this, but considering the sketchy crowd here, I guess better safe than sorry.
Okay some key points, it's only machines! No poker tables or blackjack tables with actual human beings working, it's all machines, for that play at home at your computer. There is no smoking section, also weird for casinos! Also there is tons of sketchy stuff going on here, I've seen prostitutes at the bar, men walking around asking for money or drinks, who allows this at a casino? Also my husband won at a machine, some guy came over and said he got a worker for him to come over, there is also a button my husband hit on the machine too, since he said he got the guy to come he wanted a TIP!!!!
This is a random non-employee of the casino trying to scam people out of money, I swear if you want to gamble with the lowest of the low come here, hold your belonging very close to you, and good luck!
I have been to so many noodle spots in the city, but none compare to this place. I have a thing for roast duck. Growing up as a gamer, I like this casino the best on Long Island. It's probably the only one on the Island that has any kind of variety with the games you can play. There's quite literally 3 different floors of slots and automated table games to play.
Not only that, there is horse racing too, if your into that. Yea, it's a great way to spend some fun times on a boring weekend with your family and friends. It can't even hold their jockstrap in terms of pedigree, variety, and fun. Yes, Resorts casino does host some events and is fun, but come on - when you go to a casino in other locations and can have fun on another level, Resorts World Casino just doesn't do it.
But than again, the convenience of this location Big food court and lots of slots. This place was depressing. All the games were automated Better off going to the casino-track in yonkers or better yet spend time with the people who love you The bathroom is horrible.
It smells urine and blood all over the toilet. We came here for a work event that was using this site venue. After a few hiccups in the planning and execution process, I began dealing with Angela personally. She was very helpful, professional, and knowledgeable. I was impressed with her to the point demeanor and ability to effectively handle all the issues we had to navigate around prior to the event. I, however, did not meet Meghan T. Angela and Meghan took their professionalism to the next level in helping our company navigate the issues that were not due to any fault of Resort World and find effective and amicable resolution on site.
I was impressed by the venue and their staff as well. I cannot say enough good things about Resort Worlds event staffing. I will say the food, drinks, and water are insanely expensive but I think TBH this is to be expected.
The soft drinks do have free refills though so that is a good cost effective idea if you are a soda drinker unfortunately I am not really one. Interesting to see a casino this large in the middle of Queens next to JFK.
It's nice, clean, modern and has seemingly plenty of food and drink options and easily accessible by public transit. There are no live dealers, it's a casino made up purely of slots and electronic table games. Despite the limitations I had a fair amount of amusement while killing time there during a 8 hour flight delay at JFK. The only complaint was I found the electronic blackjack machine I was on to malfunction from time to time. While the malfunction isn't a big issue, it froze up my play and I had to find a worker to reset it.
He problem is the workers are hard to find sometimes! I sat waiting for 20 min and no one showed up or came close to my area I didn't want to leave my seat and I had a lot of bags with me. Ultimately asked the customers next to me to watch my stuff and I bolted across the floor to find a worker and found a few of them just sitting around.
They came over and quick turn of the key they reset the machine and I was able to resume play. This is review for the casino bus. You either headed out of town to A. Times have changed - somewhat. I don't think it is fair to compare this New York "Racino" to the other types of casino experiences in other states. Laws are different, and the restrictions on casinos here still leave a lot to be desired. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the absence of live dealers is not by the casino's choice, it's state law.
Anyway, Resorts World has a great look to it, very elegant, two levels, huge open escalators taking you up to the action zone made me think of Trump Plaza in the glory days.
They have scheduled live entertainment for which you can reserve seats. Loads of slots including some seriously high limit ones in their own special zones. So these are actually the highest limit slots I've ever seen east of the Rockies. And for the opposite end of the spectrum, penny machines are available too. I made the rounds and tried several machines; some were stingy, a few were loose enough. The physical location of the machine made no difference.
The table games are a trip. You've got a big animated robot lady dealer and all your cards and chips are virtual. It's a little weird at first, and we were glad to find a table with no other players so we could get the feel of it. There is a countdown clock for placing bets and making your moves, so it seems that even if a confused newbie is at your table the game won't drag too much.
Very light staff to floor ratio, which was surprising. Plenty of eyes in the sky so I imagine that even though security is not very visible, they are around to head for any trouble spots in a hurry. No free cocktails LAW but I did hear a few calls of coffee or soda for the slot players. Absent, too, were call buttons at least on the table games so if you need help, it could be issue if you are gambling alone.
They were back in five minutes, though. Cashiers were very scarce, but there were a lot of machines to cash in your tickets. And plenty of ATMs, natch. There's lots of signs to help you find your way around, and doors on one side to step out in view of the racetrack for a quick smoke. Then of course there's the walk through to the betting zone of Aqueduct, where you can indulge in other types of speculation and even see some live races in season which just ended.
Simulcast screens are all around so you can bet the ponies to your hearts content no matter the time of year. Parking is free in the lot, there's a charge for the garage unless you sign up for a player's card, then it's free with that. We also cast our eyes upon a little private clubby zone for those who work their players cards up to the black platinum? The restrooms were clean and comfortable, non-attended. You could hear the piped in music nice and loud in there too.
We were there to scope it out and do a little gambling, so I can't comment on the dining options at all, though it was confirmed to me there's no longer a buffet. Yes, we all came out ahead and since I've finally learned when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em, I knew when to walk away so we went home winners. They have no hotels yet and they close for a few hours in the morning to clean up Read less.
They have no hotels yet and they close for a few hours in the morning to clean up. Better off going to the casino-track in yonkers or better yet spend time with the people who love you. The bathroom is horrible. Not that long ago, we had no casinos in New York. Resorts World Casino New York City specializes in the newest forms of gaming, the most captivating entertainment, and the finest dining. Would you recommend wearing modest dress to this place or activity?
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Four security guards suffered minor injuries and a cop hurt his hand trying to control the Friday night mayhem, police said. Cops were scouring video of the mayhem and looking for additional suspects, as officials at the gambling haven promised to beef up security. Jovan Bovell, 23, of South Ozone Park, Queens, was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. He flailed his arms to avoid being cuffed when cops busted him after watching him brawl, according to court papers.
Bovell was released without bail after being arraigned in Queens Criminal Court on Saturday. The charges will be sealed if he stays out of trouble for six months, according to a spokeswoman for Queens DA Richard Brown.