Bossier City Louisiana sits on the Red River next to its sister city Shreveport. Within the cities are a number of casinos and other entertainment. Boomtown Casino and Hotel is one location tourists may want to visit while traveling. Boomtown is located at 300 Riverside Drive near the Red River. The hotel rooms can look out towards the river for guests to watch the shipping lanes and docks. Boomtown is part of the Pinnacle Group, which has casinos in other states.
Boomtown is not a several story building for the casino and hotel. Instead it is a simple construction, with white pillars holding up the valet roof. There is a pyramid structure set behind the entrance, providing the sun inside the casino due to all the windows used to construct it.
The casino section of the business has 1200 slot machines for players to enjoy. There are also 30 table games. The table games can range from poker variations to blackjack, craps, and roulette. Keno is also available. Boomtown has a rewards program for players to join which will earn guests free stays and other free items. Like many casinos there are promotions at any given time. These promotions may offer more loyalty points to earn or be slot tournaments.
Boomtown Casino is just part of the package. There is the hotel side providing a place to stay while gambling. The hotel rooms have been designed for a comfortable style. The walls are a light tan, with flowered bed spreads and carpet. The curtains are solid colors. There is also some art on the walls. The rooms will vary in size, from suites with Jacuzzi tubs to double beds. Room amenities include TV, internet access, Gilchrist and Soames Toiletries, safe, coffee maker, ceiling fans, hair dryer, and iron with ironing board. They do have accommodations for handicap individuals. Like the casino there can be promotions for the hotel stay as well. The packages will differ depending on the season and availability of rooms.
Boomtown Casino has four places to dine. These restaurants are the 1800 degrees Prime Steakhouse, Cattleman's Buffet, Sundance Cantina, and Boomer's Cafe. The Prime Steakhouse presents USDA prime steak and prime rib. They also have seafood dishes and desserts. The restaurant is open for dinner only. It opens at 5pm, closing at 10 or 11pm depending on the evening.
The Cattleman's Buffet is all about seafood and meat. Crawfish is the specialty, but they also have Louisiana BBQ ribs. Some nights they have just a seafood buffet with snow crabs and other specialities. The buffet is open Wednesday and Thursday from 5pm to 9pm. The Seafood buffet is on Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 11pm. Guests who want something a little different may be interested in the Sundance Cantina. Like its name sounds it is a Mexican restaurant. They do have American cuisine as well, such as burgers. Fajitas, shrimp, and margaritas are on the menu. Boomer's Cafe presents a quick meal 24 hours a day.