Construction is almost complete on Horseshoe Southern Indiana’s $90 million land-based expansion.  Once complete, the facility
– which will be rebranded as Caesars Southern Indiana will have more than 100,000-sq. ft. of gaming, retail, entertainment and dining – “all connected to itself,” according to Senior Vice President and General Manager Brad Seigel.  “It will become much more convenient to our hotel [and] parking garages. . . .”  The project will bring gambling off the current riverboat and onto land, made possible by a 2015 law that established casinos can move inland, as long as the construction stays within the current footprint.  The riverboat casino and hotel will remain open through Saturday, Nov. 30, while the new facility is being built, and the new casino is expected to open  Thursday, Dec. 12. To watch a time-lapse video of the progress to date, click here.

Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino

Updated: 11/11/19

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Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino, formerly Caesars Indiana, is located across the Ohio River from Louisville, Ky.  The complex includes a casino, a hotel, a pavilion, a spa and fitness center, seven restaurants, a showroom, two parking decks and a golf course.

Hotel overview

The lobby is nicely appointed.  Adjacent to the front desk there are a gift shop, Aroma Café & Bar (which doubles as the room service provider for breakfast), and the entrance to the spa.  Rooms have a desk, large screen television, a lounge chair and a comfortable bed.  Suites have whirlpools in the bathrooms.


Casino overview

The casino is inside a four-deck riverboat
the largest riverboat in the United States, and the world's largest riverboat casino.  The casino has nearly 1,700 slots, 200 video poker machines and the largest variety of table games Indiana, including blackjack, roulette, craps, mini baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Crazy 4 Poker, Caribbean Stud, Let It Ride, 21 +3 and more.

On Deck 4 there are high limit tables and slots.  Gamblers will find 100X odds on craps and blackjack limits of $50,000, as well as slot machines in denominations ranging from $1 to $500.

The Book, located on Deck 2 by Envy Bar & Lounge, is now open

The Indiana Gaming Commission has approved the following for sports wagering:
  • Auto racing: NASCAR, Formula One, IndyCar
  • Baseball: MLB and MLB draft, NCAA-Division 1 and Minor League Baseball - Triple A
  • Basketball: NBA and NBA draft, WNBA and WNBA draft, NCAA-Division 1, Euro League and Euro Cup, International Basketball Federation
  • Bowling: Pro Bowling Tour
  • Boxing: International Boxing Federation, World Boxing Association, World Boxing Council, World Boxing Organization and Association of Boxing Commissions and Combative Sports
  • Cricket: Men’s and women’s World Cup and International Cricket Council
  • Darts: PDC Championship
  • Football: NFL and NFL draft, NCAA-Division 1, Canadian Football League and Arena Football League
  • Golf: PGA, PGA Tour Champions, LPGA, Champion’s Tour, European Tour, international events like Ryder Cup, World Golf Championships and
  • Hockey: National Hockey League and NHL draft, NCAA-Division 1. International Ice Hockey Federation and World championships Lacrosse: NCAA-Division 1
  • Mixed martial arts: Ultimate Fighting Championship, Bellator MMA, One Championship, Professional Fighters League and Association of Boxing Commissions and Combative Sports
  • Olympics: Summer and winter, including trials
  • Rugby: Six Nations, World Cup, World Rugby and Four Nations
  • Sailing: Americas Cup and International Sailing Federation
  • Soccer: FIFA sanctioned events, Major League Soccer, UEFA Champions League, English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, German Bundesliga, Italian Series A, French Ligue 1, Mexican Liga Bancomer and NCAA-Division 1
  • Softball: NCAA-Division 1
  • Tennis: United States Tennis Association, Association of Tennis Professionals, Women’s Tennis Association, International Tennis Federation Grand Slams/Majors, NCAA-Division 1
  • Track and Field: International Association of Athletics Federations and NCAA-Division 1

Dining and entertainment

In addition to the Aroma Café (see above), Horseshoe has a Jack Binion's Steak, the 24-hour JB's Café, the Corner Café and Smoke & Rye.

The casino's Showroom hosts concerts and shows featuring such singers, comedians and other entertainers as Josh Turner, the Chippendales, Aaron Lewis and Joel McHale.  The other nightlife venue is Envy Bar and Lounge on Deck 2.

Other activities

Special Seven Stars benefits*
Seven Stars cardholders can dine for free any day before 3 p.m. at Smoke & Rye. (The Spread Buffet is closed due to construction.)

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Seven Stars cardholders get a choice of six Pepsi products (soda, water and juices) which are delivered to their rooms after they check-in.

Other than complimentary admittance to the Laurel Lounge and priority entrance to The Spread Buffet and other restaurants, there are no other special Seven Stars benefits.

Seven Stars Lounge
There is no Seven Stars Lounge, but a Laurel Lounge (formerly Diamond Lounge) on Deck 4 is adjacent to the High Limit tables and slots area.


Where Horseshoe Southern Indiana is located

Horseshoe Southern Indiana


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This casino is equipped with Caesars proprietary Total Touch system that allows customers to order drinks, redeem free play, check their Caesars Rewards account balances, and receive real-time offers based on play

■ Because the parking garage is closed due to construction, Horseshoe Southern Indiana offers complimentary valet parking for all guests 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The entrance is located just past the pedestrian bridge across Highway 111 on the right.