Arizona casinos: Eight places to test your luck around Phoenix – ABC15 Arizona

PHOENIX – Who’s feeling lucky?

Whether you enjoy an evening playing the slots, some high-stakes poker, or are just looking for a quick staycation, the Valley’s eight casinos may be what you’re looking for.

These casinos offer a lot more than just your standard games, too. There are nightly concerts, pools to beat the heat, and high-class restaurants.

Scroll down to check out eight casinos in the Valley and find one closest to you in the map below.

Talking Stick Resort

Talking Stick Resort is an AAA Four-Diamond resort located in Scottsdale. Over 800 slot machines and over 50 table games fill the 240,000-square-foot casino. It is also home to the largest poker room in the state. It features three concert venues, The Salt River Grand Ballroom, The Showroom and the pool. Besides the casino, it’s a staycation spot with a spa, golf course, pool, and fine-dining restaurant options. Orange Sky tops the resort and provides 360-degree views of the area.

Talking Stick Resort and Casino
9800 E. Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale AZ 85256

Casino Arizona

Casino Arizona has over 900 slot machines and card tables for you to try your hand with Lady Luck. They have high-limit slots, $5 BlackJack, Keno and late-night bingo. The Eagles Buffet has all-you-can-eat crab legs on certain nights, and Cholla Prime Steakhouse offers fine-dining in a casual environment. They have trivia nights and weekly tribute concerts to bands like Metallica, Guns N’ Roses, Bonjovi, and Kiss.

Casino Arizona
524 N. 92nd Street, Scottsdale AZ 85256

Lone Butte Casino

Lone Butte Casino has over 700 slot machines, 23 table games, a high-limit room, and an 800-seat bingo hall. If you’re a night owl, you can also check out BAD Bingo, which boasts a DJ, unlimited soda and $2 beer, and a dance party. If you’re

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