Tunica Roadhouse will close as of Thursday, Jan. 2.

Tunica Roadhouse

Updated: 1/1/20

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Tunica Roadhouse sounds like the title of a 1940s B-movie, doesn't it?  While there no longer is a casino, there is still a hotel.

The Tunica Roadhouse is adjacent to the Horseshoe Tunica.  For related information about the Horseshoe, click here.
The nearest major airport is Memphis, about a 45-minute drive.  Only charters fly into Tunica Municipal Airport.


There is no indoor parking garage, but all guests may use complimentary valet service.

Hotel overview
The hotel has 134 rooms, each with a small Jacuzzi tub.  While it's billed as an all-suite hotel, the rooms are basically standard rooms of average size. 
All have safes, coffeemakers and refrigerators.  Bathrooms have double sinks with a separate walk-in shower.  Toiletries are Gilchrist and Soames.  There is no closet, but plenty of room in the armoire.
Seven Stars Lounge
There is no Seven Stars Lounge, but the closest "full-service" Laurel Lounge is located next door at the Horseshoe.

Enjoy live music every Friday and Saturday night with free concerts at the Riverstage Showbar.

Nearby Memphis offers a number of different options for touring when you’re in the mood to take a break from the casinos.

One of the most prestigious is the National Civil Rights Museum.

If historic houses, gardens and art galleries are more your thing, check out Shelby Farms Park, the Dixon Gallery & Gardens, the Magevney House, the Mallory-Neely House, the Pink Palace Family of Museums, Victorian Village, and the Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum.

There also are Sun Studio, the Gibson Guitar Factory, the Rock 'n' Soul Museum, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, and, of course, Graceland, pictured above.

Another thing to do is go hang out on Beale Street any evening.  There's no traffic and there are typically thousands of folks hanging out, having a great time listening to live music and consuming adult beverages.

Where Tunica Roadhouse is located

Tunica Roadhouse, 1107 Casino Center Dr., Robinsonville, MS 38664

Should you choose this for your Annual Retreat?
If you have an aversion to cigarette smoke, this is not the place you want to be.  The entire casino is smoking.  However, with two casinos/hotels owned by Caesars
(pretty much everyone recommends staying at the Horseshoe), as well as the Gold Strike next door (owned by MGM Resorts International), a high-end gourmet restaurant (Jack Binion's Steak), a buffet, and an Asian restaurant all at the Horseshoe, Tunica is certainly a destination to consider.  [There is no food service at Tunica Roadhouse, with the exception of limited service at the Riverstage Showbar see above.]

One problem is that, if you stay over a weekend, your options for breakfast and lunch are limited.  Monday through Friday JB's Cafe at the Horseshoe is open for breakfast from 6 to 11 a.m, but on Saturday and Sunday your only choice for breakfast and lunch is the buffet.  The Village Square Buffet serves brunch for $16.99 per person between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.  Both Starbucks and 8 oz. Burger Bar at Horseshoe serve breakfast, but you can't sign those charges to your room
a requirement in order to use your $500 folio credit.  (You can use your folio credit for spa services, though.)

Also, without a car, you may feel a bit isolated.  Rental cars are not available at Tunica Roadhouse or Horseshoe, so be sure to rent at the airport if you think you'll want a car.


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Inside Information

■ Guests staying at Tunica Roadhouse can use the pool at the Horseshoe next door by showing their room keys.


■ Guests staying at Tunica Roadhouse can use the fitness center at the Horseshoe next door by using their room keys.