Address: 11177 E Michigan Ave, Battle Creek, MI 49014, USA
FireKeepers Casino Hotel located in Battle Creek at Exit 104 on I-94 halfway between Chicago and Detroit and is owned and operated by the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi. The 236,000-square-foot property opened in 2009 and includes a 243 room hotel, featuring 26 suites, several restaurants and bars including a 24-hour cafe, an indoor pool, meeting and event space and business center, spa and fitness center, and the latest editions, a gas station, convenience store and car wash.
FireKeepers dining ranges from Nibi’s classic but contemporary creations to the variety of flavors at Mijem Buffet. There’s something for everyone, 24 hours a day at Café 24/7, and you can even get your smoothie on at Biggby’ Coffee. The Cake Shop at Firekeepers will make the cake of your dreams for your birthday, wedding or any other special occasion event.
The 117,000 square foot casino floor features 2,900 slots, 70 table games, a 14-table non-smoking poker room and a high limit lounge with high limit slots and table games.
Gaming at the FireKeepers Casino features a 117,000-square foot gaming floor with 2,900 slot machines including more than 180 video poker machines, 70 table games, a 14-table non-smoking live poker room and bingo room. Choose from penny slots to the latest progressive options, either way, you won’t find a larger or more exciting selection around. You can always try your luck at one of the 70 table games featuring baccarat, craps, roulette, blackjack, big six wheel or of course one of the many poker games.
FireKeepers even has a special spot just for high rollers. The Aurora High-Limit Lounge is a private haven for FireKeepers Sizzlin’, Blazin’ and Inferno members. It features a wide selection of high limit slots and table games and comes complete with exclusive amenities such as a fireplace lounge and a delicious menu prepared just for members.
Players will find a variety of poker games at the newly-r renovated, non-smoking, 14-table poker room at Firekeepers. The games and limits are suited to recreational players as well as seasoned professionals so finding a table of your peers won’t be difficult.
Players at Firekeepers can try $1-$2 No-Limit Texas Hold’em or “Match the Stack” $1-$3 No Limit Texas Hold’em as well as Pot-Limit Omaha with betting ranges from $1 to $3. On the “Match the Stack” tables players are given the opportunity, after the first hand of a new game, to buy up to the largest stack if that stack is $500 or greater.
Visit the website or speak with a casino poker room attendant to find out about current tournaments etc.