Choctaw Casino & Resort-Durant is an AAA Four Diamond hotel, casino, and entertainment complex located at 3735 Choctaw Road in Durant, Oklahoma. It originally opened as the Choctaw Casino Bingo in 1987 and has since grown into a mega-complex. The resort has three hotels, including the 1,000-room Sky Tower and 286-room Spa Tower.
The casino is a destination for all types of visitors and offers a variety of entertainment. Guests can enjoy over four hundred slots and popular table games. They can also enjoy the 3,600-square-foot arcade, a 20-lane bowling center, four theaters, and a 2-story Laser Tag Arena.
The casino’s gaming floor is nearly a quarter million square feet of space. There are nearly 7,400 slot and video poker machines and seventy-six hotel rooms. If you wanted to play all of them, you could play one every minute for a full seventy-five-hour day.
The Choctaw Nation has invested $600 million in the new Durant casino. It opened August 6 and features 7,400 slot machines, 100 table games, and a second hotel tower with 1,700 rooms. Gamblers from North Texas make up the majority of the customers at the Durant casino. The casino has the largest hotel space in Oklahoma.
Located in the city of Durant, Choctaw Casino Resort-Durant offers free WiFi, an onsite spa, and a casino with a variety of games. The Choctaw Casino’s Racebook features three self-service terminals and multiple cashiers. Its racebook accepts bets on up to 18 U.S. tracks.
The Choctaw Casino & Resort-Durant offers a variety of dining options. The Butterfields Buffet, named after the famous stagecoach line in Durant, offers American and Mexican cuisine. There are also special stations for light eaters and a live carving station. The hotel’s food court is also home to four quick-serve eateries.
The Choctaw Casino and Resort is part of the Choctaw Nation’s gaming and hospitality ventures. The resort is located in Durant, Oklahoma, about an hour north of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. It is an AAA Four Diamond resort, making it a popular destination for North Texans and Southeast Oklahomans.