Hotel at a Glance: Indigo Sky Casino & Hotel
The 45,000-square-foot casino at Indigo Sky Casino & Hotel, owned by the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, bustles with activity 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Visitors can try their hand at the slots—denominations range from $0.01 to $25—or jump into hand-shuffled games of Blackjack that pay 3 to 2. There’s even an eight-table Poker room with games of No-limit Hold ‘em, Omaha, and Crazy Pineapple. It’s easy to get in on the action with the slot credit included in both options.
- Number of restaurants in the casino: two—a casual American eatery and an upscale bar and grill
- Shaken, not stirred: Order a specialty cocktail or beer at the chic Echo Ultra Lounge.
- Go swimming in an outdoor pool area with cabanas, fireplaces, and a cascading waterfall.
- Forget your toothbrush? Pick one up, along with Indigo Sky Casino souvenirs, at the gift shop.
- In-room amenities: 32-inch HDTV and free WiFi<p>
Wyandotte, Oklahoma: Tribal Heritage and a 24/7 Casino
Wyandotte may be small—a little more than 300 people live here—but it has a lot of cultural heritage. The town serves as the tribal headquarters of the Wyandotte Nation, who were relocated in Oklahoma in 1867.