Ameristar Black Hawk
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With its soaring, skylight ceilings, slate floors, timber beams, and massive floor-to-ceiling stone fireplaces, this two-story casino has a rustic elegance.
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Feel the need to roll the dice or play a few slots, then head on up the hill to Black Hawk or Central City for a little bit of gambling! Ameristar is a beautiful "Las Vegas" type casino with tons of slot machines, tables and restaurants. There are several casinos all within walking distance of each…
Central city, along with its neighboring town of Black Hawk are two of only three Colorado towns which offer legalized gambling at over 25 casinos!
A short 30 minute beautiful drive into the mountains we have full service gaming/gambling.
Ameristar Black Hawk Casino luxury resort features views of the Rockies and outstanding gaming, dining, & entertainment options.
VERY Scenic 45mins ride up the mountain to Blackhawk & the Central City casino resort area. *Schedule a Tour at the Coors Brewery while on your way up the 'hill' to the casino.
Рекомендации местных жителей
“Iconic local restaurant. Lively host and clientelle. Great pizza. It's about 5 miles north on 119 toward Nederland.”
- Рекомендуют 14 местных жителей
“Central City is just a few minutes away, great views on the way and plenty of CASINO'S to have fun with. The food is excellent at many of the casino's.”
- Рекомендуют 2 местных жителя
“The Central City Opera in Colorado was started by Welsh and Cornish miners and is the fifth oldest opera house in the country. It was built to answer the town’s need for a grand opera fitting for the town’s reputation of being “the richest square mile on earth.” It hosts a number of performing arts throughout the year.”
- Рекомендуют 12 местных жителей
“Today, there is only one operating brewery in Gilpin County, Colorado. Dostal Alley Brewpub & Casino, located on Main Street in Central City, is celebrating nearly 150 years of the advent of brewing in the “Little Kingdom of Gilpin”. During Colorado’s historic gold and silver rush years from 1859 to the early 1900s as many as fifteen different breweries made beer for thousands of thirsty miners in the “Pointylands.” ”
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