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Property LocationLocated in Oroville, Gold Country Casino Resort is a 1-minute drive from Gold Country Casino and 6 minutes from Feather River Fish Hatchery. This family- friendly hotel is 4 mi (6.4 km) from Kelly Ridge Recreation Area and 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from Oroville Chinese Temple. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Gold Country Casino - 0.4 km / 0.2 mi
- Villegas Gustavo - 4.1 km / 2.5 mi
- Feather River Fish Hatchery - 5.7 km / 3.5 mi
- Feather River - 6.4 km / 4 mi
- Kelly Ridge Recreation Area - 6.4 km / 4 mi
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Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
Wellness facilitiesSmoking and Non-Smoking
Business Facilities / FacilitiesWifi gratis
Reception servicesAprovecha los prácticos servicios que se te ofrecen, como conexión a Internet wifi gratis o servicios de conserjería.
Nacho Mama’s Mexican Food!
Reviewed 26 june, 2021
As the scion of a New Mexico homestead family from the early 1900’s I have been eating Southwestern Style Mexican food my entire life (72 years). Since I live about two miles from the Gold Country Casino in Oroville, California, we decided to try their new Agave Mexican restaurant. The casino completely remodeled the old buffet dining area into a nice looking new restaurant. The ambiance was well appointed and tastefully done is a Southwestern style motif. My wife, son, and I were promptly and courteously seated. Here’s where the “niceties” ended. A slick, double sided, single page menu was presented along with the obligatory corn chips and salsa. The chips were warm and fresh but the salsa was weak and bland. The menu’s offerings were somewhat limited as I expected more from such a locale and the effort to remodel. I ordered a combination plate of an enchilada, chili relleno, taco, rice, and refried beans. The meat was to be ground beef, NOT shredded beef. The sauce red, not green. The food arrived and I noticed a dark red almost molé-style sauce covered both the single enchilada and the relleno. My curiosity compelled me to taste the sauce singularly. My discriminating palate cried “foul!” What is this!? Surely not a “red” or enchilada sauce!? It was horrible! It may even have been an attempt at a molé, perhaps? Since both the enchilada and the relleno were covered in this goo my dinner was ruined! Next, I tried the refried beans. Never, in the seven decades of eating refried beans, have I had them served in a small separate casserole dish. What pretentiousness is this?! I thought. But the issue here was not the delivery but the appearance of these beans! Now, everyone knows that the backbone, the very essence, of a Mexican lunch or dinner are the frijoles. You fail the beans, you fail the meal! Period. Agave failed the bean test! The beans were covered in a thick crust of melted (jack?) cheese and were white in color. Yes, white! Upon tasting they were, well, tasteless! Not a hint of pinto bean flavor! Fail! Moving on to the taco one bite exposed yet another failure: the beef was shredded, NOT the ground beef I had ordered! The taco was small and not appropriate for a combo plate. Perhaps it was snatched from an appetizer plate in the kitchen? The one thing that came to me was thank God for Taco Bell! Whoever made this taco would be fired from any respectable taco assembly line! On to the poor little smothered-in-faux-enchilada -GOO-sauce “enchilada”. I use quotes here because this, certainly is NOTCHO DADDY’s enchilada! This thing was all of about four inches long, folded over like a pathetic omelette, lightly encasing, yep, you guessed it SHREDDED BEEF!! AAARRGEEHHH! Having failed frijoles, tacos, enchilada sauce, salsa…….what was I expecting?! The enchilada and the relleno, having been rendered inedible by the aforementioned GOO compelled me to next move on to the rice portion of the combo plate. The rice was delightful, the one shining star in the horrible Agave experience. Light and flavorful, it was a joy to consume for, after all, I was still hungry! The final point of pretentiousness befalls on the very confusing and STUPID way that beer is provided. I say provided because it certainly in not SERVED as one would expect! And THERE ARE NO MEXICAN BEERS TO BE HAD!!! A thirsty customer has to provide a debit card or credit card,which is held by your server, in exchange for a “beer card” that provide access to a row of taps to dispense a beer selection of your choice. Failure #1: NO MEXICAN BEER! Failure #2: weak selection (and only half of the taps were plumbed to dispense). Failure #3: this system works about half the time! My son had to request assistance twice while shagging us beers! In summary, this is without a doubt the absolute worst Mexican restaurant I have ever attempted to dine in. So dissatisfied and disappointed! One wonders what the casino corporate managers we’re thinking when they opted to go in this direction! I suggest they hire some vatos from Puebla, Mexico to get the food right and LOSE THE BEER PRETENTIONS! Save your money! With five other Mexican restaurants in Oroville do yourself a favor and don’t bother with Agave!!
Play slots and RV lay over
Reviewed 26 march, 2021
We played slots around 8:00 pm play two hours when this guy sitting next me started cussing and acting violent. Looking for someone to urge with. The security was very slow. Other than that we ask if we could stay just over night and leave in the morning, I asked at the Hotel clerk he said $ 156.00 I said to myself we leaving in 4 hours. So we left. I asked the security in the parking lot if we could rest a couple of hour and he said we should go to there RV park next to the gas station! But they’re closed and the security said No!! 10 hour driving. So we drove to all of the rest stops they’re all full. So we stayed at night at Rolling Hills Casino. I ask there security if we could just rest a leave in the morning the guy was very nice. He said yes! Believe you me this Guy is our hero. The people treat you with kindness. We’ll be back to this place. As for Gold Country Casino I don’t believe so! Because of the dangers of there community behavior. According to a couple people I talked with. Just for the security of myself and my wife. That incident was a wake up call. And not giving their player club members the courtesy I’m trying to get some rest. That was Wednesday, March 24, 2021
One Night Stay
Reviewed 9 february, 2021
My boyfriend and I decided to stay here at the last minute. The room was the only good experience we had. None of the restaurants were open. (Covid reasons). You couldn’t get a beverage unless sitting at a bar playing a game. The staff seemed to be in a foul mood. I asked if I could have a bottle of champagne delivered to my room and they told me no. I asked if I could go down to the bar and bring a bottle of champagne back to my room and was told no. I called for more towels and they told me that I could come and get them. For the price I paid for the room, with nothing really offered, it just wasn’t worth it.
Reviewed 30 october, 2020
The hotel would not allow a vehicle to park close to the entrance while registering, registration took a very long time, luggage carts had to be “checked out” by leaving a driver’s license and each guest had to be checked into the hotel at the front desk. Between two of us we had to stand in line four times. If we wanted ice, that would have been another wait in line. Further, luggage had to be carted into and out of the hotel a long distance. I would not stay here again even though the rooms were nice.
rooms are wonderful but slots terrible
Reviewed 11 july, 2020
the rooms are the best deal,,,gian jacuzi bathtubs....clean and fresh large bathrooms...they use to give me free nights on the weekends so wed go cause the other casino would have tribute bands shows and then wed have the room at this place,,,we had many great weekends here,,,but the slots wont let you win anymore..they use to but not now...you go through money like nothing flat..dont gamble as you wont win its a waste of money go for just the room..the buffet isnt that great either