Westgate Tunica Resort
Reviews of Westgate Tunica Resort
There was no WiFi at this resort and the TV selection was very limited. National news was limited to HLN channel and during my stay that was primarilydevoted to the murder trial. It was obvious that when built, the developer had big plans for this resort, but unfortunately they did not pan out. There are only 24 usable units and there were signs of disrepair. The unit looked to be freshly painted and was clean and the staff friendly but small.
We were here in January 2003 and for most of the week were the only guests. Low season, of course, and the hotels which are now required in conjunction with each casino take most of the business. There were no programmed activities and the desk closed early.
This is rather sad, since this is one of the most beautifully decorated units we have seen anywhere and the reception area is also lovely. Like the other resorts that used to be Grandvistas, there are full kitchens and both washer & dryer in each unit. There is a large porch with a stunning view of all the casino lights at night.
We visited each of the several casinos and ate in some. However, we are not gamblers so spent most of our time at historic sites and the new Tunica museum--of which they are justly proud. (They were thrilled that we bought a CD in their gift shop and kept giving us extra things like magnets and cotton.)
This might have rated 5 stars in a more lively season.