Resorts World Catskills Casino
Resorts World Catskills is a $1.2 billion New York casino resort in the scenic Catskill Mountains of Sullivan County. It’s less than 100 miles from Manhattan. The entire property covers 1.6 million square feet on the 1,800-acre site of the former Concord Hotel.
The casino resort, a recipient of a LEED certification from the US Green Building Council, includes a gambling complex with 1,600 slot machines, 150 live table games, a poker room, private gambling areas, and a high-limit area spread over 100,000 square feet.
In addition to the state-of-the-art slot machines, Resorts World Catskills casino offers a branded Sportsbook 360 with 6,000 square feet of premium sports betting backed with a fully equipped bar.
There’s also an 18-story hotel with 332 luxury suites, penthouses, and villas. The entire venue has more than 10 restaurants and bars, the 2,500-seat RW Epicenter, indoor pools, spas, fitness centers, a business center, and a Rees Jones-redesigned golf course.
Empire Resorts, a member of the Genting Group, is the owner and operator of Resorts World Catskills. The facility is open 24/7, and you must be 21 or older to enter the casino.
Resorts World Catskills details
- Name: Resorts World Catskills
- Address: 888 Resorts World Drive, Monticello, NY 12701
- Phone number: 833-586-9358
- Hours of operation: 24/7
- Games available: 1,600 slots and video poker, 150 live table games, poker, sports betting
Resorts World Catskills gaming & facilities
|Resorts World Catskills
|Yes, 360 Sportsbook
|Yes, Genting Rewards
|Yes (in designated areas)
|Yes (332 rooms)
Slot machines at Resorts World Catskills
Resorts World Catskills is a Class III gambling facility, which means full-blown casino games. The slots lined up on the casino floor are a testament to that fact. There are 1,600 cabinets from the leading software providers, such as IGT, Aristocrat, Bally, SG Gaming, and more. The cabinets use the latest technology to bring a premium Las Vegas-style gambling experience, from themes and bonuses to seating and light effects.
The newest additions to the slot portfolio are SG Gaming’s Coin Combo slots with all the same jackpot features, Fu Babies jackpot from 88 Fortunes, and Dancing Drums with additional enhancements and improvements for potentially higher payouts. Coin Combo slots are right at the entrance, and from there, patrons will find hundreds of slots on the casino floor with betting ranges varying from a single penny to $100.
Games from Bally’s Quick Hit series, such as Quick Hit Platinum Triple Blazing 7s with a Quick Hit jackpot and the Hot Spins feature that can award up to 25 free spins, are also among the most popular real money slots machines.
The high-limit slot area is on the main casino floor and offers 64 machines such as Wheel of Fortune, Platinum Quick Hits and Green Machine Deluxe. Denominations here range from $1 to $100 to complement the wide array of VIP services.
Table games at Resorts World Catskills
Resorts World Catskills is home to over 150 live table games with betting minimums starting mostly at $15. There are also some casino carnival games and classic table games such as real money blackjack, poker, and roulette but with a twist, and a lower betting minimum depending on the time of day and the crowd. The most popular carnival games at Resorts World Catskills include Let It Ride Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Here is the rest of the full list:
- Caribbean Stud
- Casino War
- Crazy 4 Poker
- Midi- and mini-baccarat
- Mississippi Stud
- Pai Gow Poker
- Pai Gow Tiles
- Three Card Poker
Resorts World Casino Catskills also has a new luxurious high-limit table game area with 38 table games, including blackjack, roulette, and baccarat, as well as six special gambling salons with private decks.
Does Resorts World Catskills offer a poker/card room?
Resorts World Catskills features a new poker room on the second floor with 19 tables, where people can play Texas Hold’em, seven card stud, and Omaha poker games. There are both limit and no-limit poker games. Player-funded bad beat jackpots are also available.
The Resorts World Catskills poker room has 65-inch flat-screen HDTVs that allow patrons to watch sports while they play. The three betting kiosks in the room let you place sports bets without having to leave your seat.
Does Resorts World Catskills have a sportsbook?
Yes, Resorts World Catskills offers its proprietary 360 Sportsbook. It consists of a bar at the center of a 360-degree arc consisting of 32 jumbo flat-screen TVs. There are more than 30 betting kiosks available 24/7 and a betting counter that’s open from Thursday to Monday, 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. Resorts World Catskills has even launched an online sports betting app called Resorts World Bet for people to use no matter where they are in the state.
Genting Rewards loyalty program
Resorts World Catskills is part of Genting Rewards, a multi-tiered loyalty program for all patrons in Genting facilities. The more you play, the faster you can earn the points necessary to advance to higher levels. From there, you can claim rewards such as complimentary hotel stays, free play, event tickets, discounts, access to private gambling salons, and more. The rewards structure is as follows:
- Red: 0 to 2,499 tier points
- Silver: 2,500 to 9,999 tier points
- Gold: 10,000 to 24,999 tier points
- Platinum: 25,000 to 49,999 tier points
- Black: Invite only
How do you earn points at Resorts World Catskills?
You can earn loyalty points at Resorts World Catskills simply by playing slots and table games. Every time you play, just insert or present your Genting Rewards card, and you’ll earn points. You can check your status at a promotional kiosk or by accessing the player portal.
Can you get free play at Resorts World Catskills?
One of the biggest perks of the Genting Rewards program is the ability to redeem loyalty points for free play. You can also exchange those same points for entries into promotions, where some of the prizes can be free play chips.
Resorts World Catskills history and current owners
Resorts World Catskills opened on Feb. 8, 2018, on the site of the Concord Hotel. The property is run by Empire Resorts, a company that’s a part of the larger Genting Group, which has properties in Malaysia, South Korea, the United Kingdom, the Bahamas, and more.
The initial plans were for the New York casino to be named Montreign Casino Resort. However, before the grand opening, Resorts World took ownership and added the casino to its brand.
Not long after the opening, several expansion projects kicked off, bringing The Alder and The Kartrite hotels, among other amenities.
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Empire Resorts, a Genting Group company, owns and operates Resorts World Catskills.
Yes. Complimentary drinks are available for all guests actively playing on the casino floor.
Resorts World Catskills requires all guests to be at least 21 to access the casino.
The Resorts World Catskills interior is a nonsmoking facility. However, there are smoking decks off the casino floor.
The minimum table limits for blackjack are $15.
Resorts World Catskills has more than 1,600 slot machines and video poker terminals.
To get a win/loss statement, you will have to contact the credit office line at 845-428-7200, extension 1129.