Reviewed by: SoCal Player
Date Visited: Aug 14, 2016
Smaller casino with some decent games. Tables are decent and there are $5 and $10 options, but expect the tables to be busy. Buffet gets a B-, and if you're interested, try to come (1) early and (2) when they have a discount. If you come late, you may be turned away because of capacity or a lack of food: they will run out of (their very small) lobster!
Three stars for a decent player's club and the six or seven playable VP machines. Bad stars for "do you want the coffee grounds?" and "you're more-than welcome to get it yourself" when coining in several thousand.
Valley View is one of the casinos that hires people without gaming experience. There is high turnover and some of the staff just don't seem to care.