287 Carrizo Canyon Road
Mescalero, NM 88340
The Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino is owned and oeprated by the Mescalero Apache Tribe, who also own and operate the Ski Apache with 11 lifts serving 55 runs.
Inn of the Mountain Gods is a AAA four diamond rated resort located in Southern New Mexico near Ruidoso. It features a 38,000 square foot casino, six dining options, a 273-room luxury hotel and a chanpionshipo golf course.
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Open 24 hours daily
38,000 square foot casino
840 slot and video poker machines
Bingo - playing in Club 49
35 Table Games - includes Blackjack, Blackjack Switch, Craps, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Mississippi Stud
Poker Room - open daily. Includes Texas Hold 'em Poker and Omaha.
Sportsbook - in partnership with William Hill Sports Book
Gathering of Nations Buffet - daily breakfast, lunch and dinner
Wendell's Steak & Seafood - casual fine dining with a view
Wendell's Lounge - adjacent to restaurant
Little Arbor Snack Bar
Broken Arrow Tap House - gastro pub
Apache Tee restaurant- located next to the golf pro shop<
Big Game Sports Bar - inside casino area
Club 49 is a night club located in the casino. Live music events.
Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort has 273 luxury rooms and suites, plus 40,000 square feet of meeting space, an indoor pool, and a fully-equipped workout facility.
25845 US Highway 70
Mescalero, New Mexico 88340
Casino Apache is a full casino with slot machines and table games located on Highway 70. The travel center includes a fueliing station, convenience store and Smokey B's casual food.
Skiing and Snowboarding
18 hole Championship golf course
Big Game hunting
August 31, 2020
Inn of the Mountain Gods Casino is reopening today at 8 AM. New casino hours are 8 AM to 4 AM. Table games will open tomorrow September 1, however the poker room will remain temporarily closed. The Sportsbook will be open Thursday through Monday from noon to 8 PM, and the kiosks will be open everyday.
The Hotel at Inn of the Mountain Gods will remain closed until further notice. Also closed are the Spa at the Inn, the swimming pool, Topgolf Swing Suite, and most restaurants.
The food venues that are open are Little Arbor Snack Bar, Big Game Sports Bar and Smokey B's at Casino Apache. The food venue that will temporarily closed are the Gathering of Nations Buffet, Wendell's Steak & Seafood, Wendell's Lounge, Broken Arrow Tap House and Apache Tee Restaurant.
June 24, 2019
The Mescalero Apache Tribe announced today a partnership with William Hill, a sports betting company, to open a sports book this summer at Inn of the Mountain Gods.
William Hill will provide its proprietary technology to power the daily sports betting operations at the casino including innovative wagering technology, betting kiosks, and the InPlay wagering menu.
The new sports book will be located in a newly renovated space between the Big Game Sports Bar and the Apache Spirit Club. The opening date will be prior to the new football season this fall. The room will feature high-top seating and 43-inch televisions.
For information about William Hill Race & Sports Book, visit www.williamhill.us
November 01, 2018
Last week a celebration was held for the new luxury spa at Inn of the Mountain Gods.
The design of the spa was inspired by the Mescalero tribe's culture. There is use of warm color tones and soft lighting that makes for a tranquil space for guests. Signature services and treatments will be offered adding to the upscale atmosphere of the spa.
Guests can choose treatments for cellulite, deep pore cleaning, and massages for couples. The salon will offer full service treatments. There will be nail care, waxing, and hair care services.
The Inn of the Mountain Gods is the only southern New Mexico resort given a four diamond rating by AAA.
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