Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino

 

Address, Phone Number, and General Info

Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino Twitter link

Address

: 256 East Bennett Avenue, Cripple Creek, CO 80813-0976  ...map

Toll-Free Phone Number

: (800) 635-5825

Local Phone Number

: (719) 689-2446

Slot/Players Club:



Ownership / Management

: Triple Crown Casinos, Inc

Employment

: online job application information

Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino is located in Cripple Creek, Colorado, and is a hotel-casino with 19 guest rooms. With 384 slot machines, and featuring a live poker room, Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino is also home to two restaurants.

Website:

www.midnightrose.com
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Gambling & Gaming Choices


Card Room

:

Texas Holdem

.

Slots Options

:

Slot Machines

,

Video Poker

.

Hall/Lounge Games

:

Keno

.

Casino Amenities

:

ticket-in/ticket-out

.


Card Room Details

Poker at Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino
256 East Bennett Avenue
Cripple Creek, CO 80813
Webpage
Phone:  (719) 689-2446
Number of tables:  9
Regular Tournaments:  Yes
Smoke-Free:  Yes
Games available: texas holdem (limit), seven card stud, omaha high-low, three-card poker
     

Regularly scheduled tournaments:

Monday:

 8pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $60, starting chips: 3,000, 15-minute levels, 40 max. players.

Tuesday:

 7:30pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $50, starting chips: 3,000, 15-minute levels, 40 max. players.

Wednesday:

 7:30pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $50, rebuys: $30, starting chips: 4,000, 15-minute levels, 40 max. players.

Thursday:

 7:30pm no-limit texas holdem bounty ($10) tournament. Buy-in: $60, 15-minute levels, 40 max. players.

Sunday:

 3pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $110, starting chips: 5,000, 20-minute levels, 44 max. players.
 
While we strive to maintain up-to-date and accurate information of regularly scheduled tournaments, poker rooms often change their schedules. Please check with the individual poker room for the latest changes.




Restaurants

Down Under Steakhouse (Steakhouse)
Dynamite Dick's Dining Emporium (Casual/Café)


Latest News

Casino loses fight against smoking ban


KRDO, Friday, October 03, 2008 at 10:18:11 AM

It was a blow to casinos in the small gaming town of Cripple Creek. On Thursday, Judge Jackson Peters ruled in favor of the state when it comes to the statewide smoking ban.

The Midnight Rose challenged the law after it was ticketed for breaking the law in June. It later claimed it was a cigar bar, which would have allowed smoking in the casino.

The Judge, in his ruling, says the legislature clearly defines what a cigar-tobacco bar is, writing, "It must be a watering hole operated primarily for the sale and service of alcohol beverage." He continued that while the Midnight Rose does sell and comp alcohol, its main source of revenue is gaming.

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Comments, Reviews & Trip Reports

Author: Curmudgeon
Posted: Friday, August 21, 2009
“Having driven 50 miles specifically to sign up for the evening holdem tournament (a 45-minute sign-up window between 6:30 and 7:15pm which the casino's website said was strictly enforced), I was taken aback when the hostess told me curtly that the man doing the sign-ups was "over there", and more importantly, that unless I was already playing in a live poker game, I would have to wait until 7pm to sign-up. I didn't like the hostess's attitude (what is it about card rooms that makes casino employees forget they are in the hospitality industry?) but even more, I didn't like the idea that tournament sign-up was effectively limited to a 15-minute window. In Colorado, where everywhere is at least a half-hour from everywhere else, this struck me as willfully stupid, and it annoyed me so much I decided not to play there, ever. They lost out on their share of my entry fee as well as any rake they would have gotten from my limit holdem play had they been less surly, plus, any future card room revenue from me. There are other cardrooms in Cripple Creek, and I'm sure at least one treats players like guests rather than cattle.”


Author: vegasgal12
Posted: Saturday, July 19, 2008
“Had a nice time on Thurs at Midnight Rose after a boring peek at Wildwood, the new kid on the block.

New discoveries: Upstairs, 2nd floor where the deli used to be is now much improved as Dynamite Dick's. We had meal coupons for dinner so we enjoyed the ribs. Nice place; waterfalls and great view of Bennett street and nice tables to sit at. Much improved from the old place and we noticed a lot of folks taking meals to go. Glad we found it.

Bar tops! My favorite game Power Keno I found in dimes at the bar tops and the drink service was fabulous. It also helped that I won but I have to say that I am glad I ventured upstairs to discover that they really classed up the place with a recent remodel. There were several keno games in various denominations at the bar along with a lot of nickel and penny machines.

Brass Ass upstairs-it appears that additional 3 Card and Black Jack tables are going in upstairs next Thurs to allow for more tables for players.

The main floor of Midnight Rose was hopping on Thurs night and lots of pay outs on dollar machines I noticed.

A great time at Midnight Rose and glad to see that business is a bit more steady.”


Author: anonymous1
Posted: Thursday, December 6, 2007
“My last three visits here resulted in the slots sucking my money in with nary a pause or payout. And this last visit, the restaurant was closed, even tho their website says it's open on Thursday evenings. Bummer.”


Author: JW
Posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2007
“May be the best casino in Cripple Creek. Good slot payouts, courteous staff, lively holdem tables, and the steakhouse downstairs is worth a visit.”



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