The Mohegan Sun Connecticut Casino Hotel

Would-be players will very easily be able to find the Mohegan Sun casino hotel, situated at 1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard in Connecticut since the 12th of October 1996. There are more than 1 000 rooms available in the Native American theme the venue has adopted, and the arena and radio services it provides can be said to be some of the main attractions. Guests in search of a good meal will not be disappointed either, thanks to Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse; Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville and Hash-a-go-go, and, thanks to the renovations which took place in 2001 and 2002, the most modern finishes are there to be enjoyed too.

Mohegan Sun Location and Size

The Mohegan Sun is one of the biggest casinos in all of the United States of America, with almost 400 000 square feet of its space dedicated to gaming. It takes up 240 acres of the land on the banks of Uncasville Connecticut’s Thames River, and its south-eastern positioning in the foothills of this state make up 60% of the tourism for it.

The Mohegan Sun Arena, home to New England’s Black Wolves National Lacrosse League as well as the Women’s National Basketball Association, is able to seat up to 12 000 spectators, and houses the Wolf Den; Cabaret Theatre; 100 000 square feet of meeting and function space and 13 000 square feet of retail shopping.

Its casino has a variety of entertainment on offer, and players of every game and stake preference are more than catered for. Visitors are invited to sit down at one of the many slot machines they make available, or up the ante at a poker game as they please. Blackjack; craps; roulette; keno and baccarat are provided, and there are also racebook opportunities to be taken advantage of, including horse and greyhound races from within the United States of America and those taking place as far away as England and Australia. There is even jai-alai wagering from Florida on offer for those who enjoy it.

Mohegan Sun’s Native American Theme

The Mohegan Sun casino makes use of tribal theme for the playing cards it makes use of for its games, with each suite representing one of the four seasons. There is a tasteful Native American theme which runs through all the interior design aspects, with many different features reimagined in order to reflect this. The artwork that peppers the interior reflects these tribal influences, and even the structural design of the casino has a Native American aspect to it. There are also a number of mechanical wolves perched upon false rock structures in the gaming areas that will lean back and howl softly every so often, adding an immersive feel that only adds to the overall experience.

There are 6 500 slot machine games for players to enjoy, and almost 400 different table games are presented as well, including blackjack; craps; roulette; baccarat and three-card poker. There are also video game versions of blackjack; roulette and craps available for those that enjoy them.