The Edgewater Casino is a centrally located Laughlin landmark, with its three 26-story towers rising straight up from the banks of the Colorado River. Blue neon cascades like a waterfall down its exterior facade, while the interior walls are decorated with hand-painted, Native American designs.
The management strives to maintain a friendly, relaxed Southwestern atmosphere. Valet parking, 24-hour front desk service, overnight dry-cleaning and express check-out are just a few of the ways in which the hotel caters to the needs of its guests.
Both Deluxe Rooms and Spa Suites are available among the resort's 1,420 rooms. Those located on the south side provide views of Arizona and the Colorado River, while those on the north face the mountain ranges of Nevada.
Each suite offers a full package of amenities, including video on-demand, television with remote, high-speed Internet access, velour robes, a coffee maker, refrigerator, wet bar or dining area, a hair dryer, an iron and ironing board, and complimentary bath products. Hair dryers and irons/ironing boards may be requested from housekeeping for guests staying in standard rooms.
For those who enjoy the gaming action, the resort offers a casino that covers 60,000 square feet. Slot and video poker players can choose from among 1,359 machines on the ground floor, which also features 45 live table games, including craps, blackjack and roulette.
Dealing Texas Hold'em, Seven-Card Stud and Omaha High-Lo Split, the Edgewater Casino poker room is allegedly the river's friendliest, while the Race and Sports Book is undeniably Laughlin's largest. Sporting events can be watched on the big screens behind the betting counters or on dozens of personal television monitors.
Visitors are encouraged to stop by the Access Players Club and sign up for membership before wagering. Free slot play, cash back, resort comps, gas cards and gifts are just some of the rewards offered to members.
Besides gaming, plenty of other entertainment opportunities are available to guests. Those include free admission to Kokopelli's Showroom, where comedy acts and live bands perform nightly, as well as a newly remodeled arcade featuring 30 of the latest games. Dixieland Jazz is also featured for free aboard the Colorado Belle Riverboat, the Edgewater's sister ship.
Outdoors, the hotel's oversized spa and swimming pool provide a venue for relaxation, sunning and swimming. Adjacent to the aquatic area are a Dairy Queen and the Hotel Gift Shop, located on the first level of the Monterey Tower, providing snacks and refreshments for enjoyment poolside.
A complimentary fitness room can be found on the ground floor of the Sedona Tower, open from 6am to 10pm daily. There is also a full-service Beauty Salon on the first level of the Monterey Tower, offering services for both women and men, including haircuts, shampoos and permanents, along with personalized hand, foot and nail treatments, open Monday through Saturday.
The concierge desk is more than happy to help guests arrange excursions beyond the hotel, too. Those can range from golf outings or cruises along the river to sightseeing at Lake Mead and Hoover Dam or a visit to the 1906 gold mining enclave at Oatman, Arizona.
Mealtime choices at the Edgewater Casino range from the 24-hour Coco's Restaurant and Bakery to the Grand Buffet, Laughlin's largest all-you-can-eat restaurant. Fine dining is also available at the Hickory Pit Steak House, and fast food/snack bar options are provided through on-premise franchises.
As many as 350 guests can be accommodated in the Rio Vista Room for banquets, conferences and weddings. There is 15,000 square feet of meeting space, and musicians, photographers, florists and disc jockeys can be booked upon request. A beauty salon is featured
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