I guess "in the casino" is what I was confused about. The restroom I used was the one that had the long entrance that looked more like a club entrance than a restroom. I considered that to be in the casino. I thought it was near the players club, but I could have been mistaken. It was certainly on the same floor as the casino.Quote: FatGeezus
There was one restroom for the men in the casino. It had one urinal and one toilet. There was one restroom for the women in the casino. According to my wife it had two toilet stalls. Often there was a line to get in.
There were additional toilets for patrons but they were not in the casino. They were located on the same floor but outside the casino.
The restroom I used was the one that had the long entrance that looked more like a club entrance than a restroom. I considered that to be in the casino.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. One of their biggest problems was the no smoking policy. Not so much that it was no smoking indoors, but that they did not have easy access to outdoor smoking areas.
No matter where you were, you had to walk a mile to get outdoors and far enough away from the property to smoke.
But the stupidest example was this: Near the hotel lobby was an area about 30' x 100' oval, which was an open air area but fully within the confines of the building. At one and it was a small bar, and the other end has a small stage area, plenty of seating and a couple fire pits.
In other words, it was designed as a smoking lounge, except it was no smoking. How screwed up is that?
By the way, I don't smoke. Never have.
why should smokers have any expectation of smoking indoors, ever?
. While that may be true, certainly some revenue is lost by way of not allowing smoking indoors because, if not, why would so many casinos choose to do it? Why would literally almost every casino in which it is allowed choose to allow it?