Miccosukee Resort and Casino

For those who want to bet on a good time during their vacation in the Miami area, Miccosukee Resort and Casino will insure you come out a winner. The Miccosukee Resort and Casino can give guests a variety of experiences from a quick trip to the tables, to a complete vacation filled with gambling, and exciting nightlife, golf getaways, cultural and historical information, special events and all of that capped with a relaxing night in one of the casino’s luxury suites.

The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida reaches back to before Columbus discovered the country. Originally part of the Creek Nation the tribe had its beginnings in the area now known as Alabama and Georgia. It wasn’t until 1962 that the U.S. Secretary of the Interior approved the Miccosukee Constitution and the tribe was officially recognized, giving it domestic dependant nation status in the U.S. Currently there are approximately 650 enrolled Miccosukee Indians.

Miccosukee Resort and Casino

Miccosukee Resort and Casino

To learn more about the Miccosukee Indians you may want to visit the Miccosukee Indian Village where you can observe the tribe engaging in woodwork, beadwork, patchwork, basket weaving, and doll making. You’ll see historical artifacts, paintings by tribal artists and historical relics and photographs at the Miccosukee Museum. Then take in the more dangerous side of the Miccosukee Indians by viewing a live demonstration with alligators, travel through the River of grass on an airboat, and explore a hammock-style Indian Camp owned by the same Miccosukee family for over a century. It’s a wonderful way to learn more about the tribe, Florida’s history and explore the region from a different perspective.

Getting to the heart of the matter, gamers are going to Miccosukee for one reason, to gamble. The casino offers 24 hour gambling with more than 1700 video pull tab machines, 58 poker tables with a variety of popular games, and grandma’s favorite, high stakes bingo. If you’re interested in competition gaming there are regular mini tournaments you can join. And if you’re looking for a special event (typically a cash giveaway) then you’re in luck as the Micccosukee Casino features them almost daily. The casino pays out millions of dollars daily.

The resort is just 15 minutes west of the Florida Turnpike and on the edge of the everglades. There are 302 guest rooms and luxurious suites, each with wireless internet, televisions, cable, pay-per-view movies, PlayStation games, a mini bar, coffeemaker, hair dryer, iron, robe and slippers, a scale and an in-room safe. Some of the suites come with split living areas that have one or two bedrooms and executive wet bars and whirlpools. Guest services include room service all day, dry cleaning, laundry and shuttle bus services.

The Miccosukee Resort and Casino has no shortage of dining options with five different dining areas and 24 hour room service. Empeek Cheke is an intimate restaurant serving native regional specialties with an exotic touch. Look to try the venison, frog legs, wild boar, buffalo, alligator, snook and Indian fry bread. Empeeke Aaweeke is an international buffet open most of the day with first class dining at an affordable price. Visit this restaurant again and again as the menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner change throughout the day. Empeeke Aya is a deli that is open 24 hours a day and can fill your need for a quick snack or a complete meal. Look for traditional favorites such as hamburgers, sandwiches, pizza, and homemade desserts. Café Hammock is another 24 hour restaurant but this location offers a more high end menu with Florida Steak and a Lobster Special as well as a variety of tropical dishes. And finally, for those serious bingo fanatics, the Bingo Snack Bar offers a quick snack or a complete hot meal. It’s a quick solution to hunger that lets you keep gambling to your heart’s content.

For a break from the gambling action slip into the contemporary fitness center with its indoor heated swimming pool for a few vigorous laps or a relaxing swim, the sauna or Jacuzzi for refreshing and soothing break from pulling the one armed bandit and for those serious about fitness, state of the art gym equipment is available.

If a relaxing break from gambling that doesn’t involve breaking a sweat is what you’re after then the resort’s full service European Spa and Pa-Hay Okee Beautique is a wonderful way to let go. Feel completely pampered after a sauna, relaxing massage, facial,  manicure, pedicure, paraffin hand dips, and a full range of beauty treatments.

When it comes to nightlife there are four different options onsite at the Miccosukee Resort and Casino.  The Cypress Lounge is not only popular with guests of the casino but with other people living in and visiting the Miami area because it is one of very few 24 hour nightclubs in the city. There are lunch and dinner specials and a full service cocktail bar, but the live entertainment is what really gets club goers up and moving. The Martini Bar is exactly what it claims to be, a great place to get away and relax while enjoying a specialty martini. You can also enjoy a cigar from the exclusive cigar humidor. The Gator Bar is along the lines of a traditional sports bar with a number of televisions set to your favorite sports and a crowd that enjoys a good game as much as a good ale. The final option for nighttime entertainment at the Miccosukee Resort and Casino is its Entertainment Dome. Big name live entertainment and sporting events are routinely scheduled in the 2000 seat Miccosukee Sports & Entertainment Dome.

And for a little wager of a different kind, how about a round of golf among friends? The Miccosukee Championship golf course is considered one of the best layouts in the region with 27 holes and a lighted practice range. Prior to being purchased by the Miccosukee Tribe in 2001 the club was known as the Miami National Golf Club and hosted a number of noted LPGA and PGA events. The club not only offers incredible options for golfers but the Olympic sized swimming pool is delightful and the facilities are perfect for a number of events.

And in addition to the wonderful vacation you can have exploring everything the Miccosukee Resort and Casino has to offer there is also the beauty of Miami and Southern Florida at your fingertips.

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