appetite for food at one of the casino’s
multiple food venues, or chill at the full
bar that provides a great selection of
wines, traditional cocktails and tap beer.
CLIFF CASTLE CASINO HOTEL
Cliff Castle Casino Hotel is owned by
the Yavapai Tribe and is located along
Interstate 17 in Camp Verde, AZ,
an hour north of Phoenix and just
twenty minutes south of Sedona, in
Arizona’s Verde Valley Wine Region.
Th e casino features all the favorite slot
machines and live table games. Cliff
Castle Casino off ers many fun options
for the entire family, including: a 20-
lane bowling center, arcade, gift shop,
live entertainment and a Kids Quest
supervised child care center. Hungry?
Choose from an array of dining
options, such as Mountain Springs
Buff et, Johnny Rockets and Storytellers
Cliff Castle Casino Hotel provides a
great lodging hub, just a short drive
from ancient Native American ruins,
trout fi shing, golf courses, wineries
and many other popular activities and
destinations. Th e Lodge is located
just down the hill from the casino and
shuttle service is provided.
TWIN ARROWS NAVAJO
Twin Arrows Casino Resort is owned
by the Navajo Tribe and is located
in Flagstaff , AZ. Choose from over
1,100 of the newest slot machines
with denominations starting from
a penny up to high stakes $25! Th e
casino features mystery progressives
available only at Navajo casinos.
Table games open daily at 9 a.m. and
include Black Jack, WPT Heads Up
Hold’em, High Card Flush, Cajun
Stud and Pai Gow Poker. Enjoy Bingo
fi ve days a week and select from one
of two packages: $5 each pays $100
or $10 each pays $200. Bingo games
start at 7 p.m. Wednesday through
Saturday with doors opening at 5 p.m.
On Sunday, doors open at 1 p.m. and
Casinos / Arizona
the Bingo games start at 3 p.m.
Twin Arrows Casino Resort was
ranked the #1 Best Hotel in the
Grand Canyon Region by U.S. News
and World Reports, 2017. Th e hotel
features well-appointed guest rooms,
gourmet and casual dining, a fi tness
center, heated indoor pool and over
10,000 square feet of meeting space.
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