Cripple Creek Hotels and Casinos in Colorado
When you’re looking for the best casinos in Cripple Creek and Cripple Creek Hotels, look no further than main street. The Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino in Cripple Creek, Colorado is home to one of the most well-appointed gaming rooms in Cripple Creek. It features Victorian era surroundings with two floors of over 300 of the newest, hottest slot machines plus your favorites. New games like Avatar, Mystical Mermaid Returns, Iron Man and others from WMS, IGT, and Aristocrat. If Poker’s your game it’s happening at the Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino Poker Room, located on the first floor. It’s also the largest poker room you’ll find in any of the casinos in Cripple Creek! You can compete in a tournament or just join others for a friendly game of live action poker. Be sure to get your monthly tournament schedule in the Poker Room!
Midnight Rose Hotel and Casino has so Much to Offer
When it’s time to dine, try The Down Under, featuring a delicious Prime Rib & Seafood Buffet Thursdays through Sundays. The Down Under is located on the lower level of the Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino. Or if you’re looking for a more casual atmosphere, pay a visit to Dynamite Dick’s on the second floor, where you will find a variety of options for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. With great food and the best staff in the area, you’ll never want to leave.
You will have the time of your life hitting this 24/7 casino in Cripple Creek. But after you play, stay in one of the coziest Cripple Creek hotels, located conveniently above the Midnight Rose Casino. Each hotel room has a queen or king bed, LCD TV, complimentary coffee, free wireless Internet and a discount meal coupon. Sit back, relax, and rest up.
For more information or to make reservations for dinner or hotel room, call (800) 635-5825.
Where is Cripple Creek, CO?
Cripple creek, home to Triple Crown Casino’s and the Midnight Road is centrally located in Teller County, Colorado. A beautiful and scenic drive. Just a short distance from Colorado Springs. A former mining camp roughly 44 miles from Colorado Springs.