Resorts World Casino, Queens: Hours, Address, Resorts World Casino Reviews: 2.5/5
If it does, follow its instructions to enable Location Services for Safari. When a slot machine malfunctioned, it took 25 minutes to get someone to the machine to pull out the jammed 20 dollar bill 30 seconds and the person had a bad attitude like I was imposing on her. No free cocktails LAW but I did hear a few calls of coffee or soda for the slot players. You can tell this place just wants to pack in gamblers. New York, NY 0 friends 45 reviews photos. I love ppl watching and having a burger and fries from the food court queens burger is delicious, it needs to be open more often. History Established in
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Went to Bar for girls Friday night cocktails. Live band and a dj. I was charging my phone so my parents could track me not an NYC local and a security guard chased me off and refused to tell me of any other outlets.
I took the train to get to the casino. This is more a complaint We had a free evening and some money to play. We went to Resorts World. Easy to find if you are driving. Waze will direct you. They also have buses that pick up all over New York City. There are a lot of gaming tables Thought I would give this place one more try-Haven't been there in awhile. Parking lot is a mess-New hotel, stores etc under construction.
I have visited this place several times only because I recently retired and get bored at home quite a bit. However, recently had a bad experience with a low class female. I moved faster than her to get a machine when the current player left And on the floor was pretty boring. Looked like the people were there to gamble rather then to gamble amd have a good time. You can sit at the bar which is very big or there are tables all around the bar area with people dancing in between.
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Does this place or activity have parking? Does this place or activity accept credit cards? Arrived with my daughters, signed up for a rewards card. For every new card you get to spin the wheel near the customer service desk and win credit on your card. Too bad NYS doesn't have live dealers as this is my preference over the machines. My drink was free and there was a live band. We did not eat their so I cannot comment on any of the restaurants.
But I found their bathrooms could use more stalls. I think they are trying to expand to include a Hotel. I will visit again The machines are programed to rip you off. You don't stand a chance of winning, the casino knows exact what it's doing and most people lose money, probably a lot of money, over time with small wins in between. Some players are extremely rude and hog two or three machines at a time with no attendants in sight to reprimand them. The food in the food court is average Better off playing in AC with real people.
This was my first visit. In general, the staff have no clue about customer service. Had dinner at the Noodle shop. Paid six dollars for a 20 ounce warm bottle of soda and they wanted to charge me four dollars for a cup of ice. When a slot machine malfunctioned, it took 25 minutes to get someone to the machine to pull out the jammed 20 dollar bill 30 seconds and the person had a bad attitude like I was imposing on her.
When I tried to cash out a redemption ticket, the machines would not accept it and it then took over 20 minutes to cash out at the cashier 's window. It was really disappointing. First of all, there are no real table games. It's all slots and electronic table games. And it's a very gambling-focused casino. There aren't very many eateries or gift shops. You can tell this place just wants to pack in gamblers. They do have all the new slot machines, but I'm a blackjack player and video blackjack really takes the fun out of it.
I didn't check, but those electronic tables don't usually pay 1. It essentially comes in a hot dog container and gives amount as many french fries as a small side for a burger or something. I also found a hair in my fries partway through. Now I'm Asian, so I'm used to this being the case everywhere, but it was especially obvious here. The business model of this casino is to bus in Asian people daily, give them a small stipend, and then keep them in a casino for a few hours and hope they play.
That's why they have such a large baccarat area, since most Asians play baccarat. And also why the noodle shop and the Chinese take-out place have the longest lines. Because of this, almost very person there is either eating with coupons or paying with players club points. And so the end result is that the food and gift shop are ridiculously overpriced to account for it. That's how crazy the pricing was. I also hate their parking garage.
But the day I went, I did not have my players club card on me. I figured I'd go get a replacement one after I got inside. Usually, you take a ticket and can get it validated at the players club. Overall, this place is solely for gambling and designed to cater only to those who are transported here and given coupons in exchange for play.
It actually has quite a depressing vibe to it. A far cry from a Vegas resort or Resorts World Catskills. This is a different kind of casino than you're used to. It's the only one on the 5 boros and ot draws a crowd from all 5 plus long island and Jersey. The atmosphere is very laid back, zero pretentiousness, pomp and such. I've come at different times and they always have different promos going on.
I love ppl watching and having a burger and fries from the food court queens burger is delicious, it needs to be open more often. They also have an upscale steak house, popeyes chicken, an amazing noodle place, a coffee shop with pastries, a prepared sandwich place with paninis and an upgraded "hoodinese" spot. There is also a Starbucks on the 3rd floor, but be prepared for the higher prices than your average store.
All in all not a bad place to hang out and spin the reels a bit or eat. They also have a gift shop, Jimmy Crystal and Landau. Know what you are getting into when coming here. A little fun, a little food, a little spending. Keep the foolishness out. This is a casino. A place filled with gamblers, hustlers, pick pockets and the occasional "lady of the eve". Mainly, hardcore gamblers that pass for grandmas, aunties, uncles, pop pops, etc.
Just like a roller coaster follow the same instructions: Coats, bags, canes, cups, bottles of water, etc. Do not set them down for a second, they will disappear. Since this casino opened a couple of years ago, it has been one of the biggest money makers of all the Resorts World casinos throughout the world.
Which just proves that there are many gamblers in NYC. I am surprise Resort world release a video that they show at their Jamaica casino bus waiting area stating just that. Anyways, this casino does not have live-dealer table games, everything is run by machine.
But the main attraction here seems to be their three biggest games, Baccarat, Roulette, and Black Jack.
People come here in flocks. Usually you will see the most people during the weekends and Fridays. However on weekdays there is still a crowd. When the casino first opened they had a all-you-can-eat buffet area, but they realize later food was not fresh and they loss a lot of customers. Over the years, they evolved and changed the huge buffet area to become room for more slot machines and gaming areas in addition to moving the "good friends Chinese food" over to the buffet area side from the other side of the food court.
Food at this establishment is expensive. But it is probably because most people have half food vouchers given by the casino after they meet a certain amount of points from gambling.
If you don't have such a voucher, the food is expensive. Don't expect to earn a quick buck here, the casino knows exact what it's doing and most people lose money, probably a lot of money, over time with small wins in between.
So only come here for some entertainment or to "escape" from reality. They do have shows, concerts and the likes on occasion. In the main center stage they often have musical performances as well. If you never been here before, it is worth coming to at least once. But it seems casino was probably losing money that way, so now they charge for going there and returning home. So try to apply for the card, its free. The minimum age to get into the casino is 18 years old.
If you want to save money, you can also take the train there. The A train via far rockaway goes straight there to aqueduct North conduit Ave, then there is a free shuttle bus that takes you to the front of the casino, or you can walk the 5mins to the main entrance. 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. Very large casino with tons of slots and electronic tables. I come here all the time and always have a blast. On weekends they have music performances which is nice even though it can get a little loud. Servers come around with complimentary coffee and soda. 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 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. I have been to so many noodle spots in the city, but none compare to this place. I have a thing for roast duck. 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!
Big food court and lots of slots. 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 The bathroom is horrible.
It smells urine and blood all over the toilet. 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 This is review for the casino bus. 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. 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.