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Angel of the Winds Casino – The Complete Guide (Hotels, Player’s Club, and More)

Angel of the Winds Casino – The Complete Guide (Hotels, Player’s Club, and More)

Post last updated March 8, 2023

Angel of the Winds Casino Resort is a casino and hotel that is owned and operated by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians near the City of Arlington, Washington about 50 miles north of the Greater Seattle area. The Casino opened on October 28, 2004 and since then, has gone through several renovations each time offering greater amenities, a larger gaming floor with increased gaming selections, more dining options, and a hotel resort, as well as an entertainment/events center. Let’s take a look at everything Angel of the Winds Casino Resort has to offer.

The Casino Floor

With a newly expanded gaming floor that opened in late 2019, Angel of the Winds has over 1,000 slot machines for those looking to try their luck. Bets range from a single penny all the way to $20 a spin, and you can find all the newest and hottest slot themes available. You can check out all the slot themes they have available here, and if you’re interested in knowing what some of the slot progressives are at, scroll down to the bottom as they regularly update those numbers. If you’re looking for a more private gaming experience, head over to the high-limit slots room.

If table games are more your speed, Angel of the Winds has plenty of them. They offer all the classics like craps, blackjack, baccarat, and roulette. If you’re looking for something a little different, try your luck at Face Up Pai Gow, Fortune Pai Gow Poker Progressive, I Luv Suits, or Ultimate Texas Hold’Em. Many of the games offer a side bet if you’re feeling really lucky. They don’t hit often, but when they do, you get a much bigger payout. Ask a friendly dealer or pit supervisor if you have any questions. Some of the table games also have a side bet progressive feature. These bets can be as low as $1 per deal and can payout six figures if you hit the lucky hand. Check out the table game progressives at Angel of the Winds here. 

The Sportsbook

Angel of the Winds allows you to place bets from 210 Brewing CO (Brian P Gielczyk/Shutterstock)

Whether you’re into sports or not, it can always be a bit more fun when you have a few bucks riding on the game. Head over to The Book at 210 Brewing CO to place your bets on your favorite teams. They also have several sports betting kiosks located throughout the casino floor that work 24/7. A promotion Angel of the Winds has been offering since the opening of their book is “your first bets on us” promo. Head over to the player’s club and sign up for a membership. It’s free. Then go to a player’s kiosk and you’ll see a free sports bet option in your promotions tab. If you print that out and take the voucher over to The Book, a representative can help you place your first free bet at Angel of the Winds. It’s $10 but hey, it’s free!

Angel of the Winds Player’s Club

Casino Table
The Angel of the Winds Player’s Club that offers free rooms, fuel discounts, and more. (Anton27/Shutterstock)

Like all casinos, Angel of the Winds has a player’s club that gives benefits and perks to all members that join. They recently went through a change in their program adding several more tiers, as well as perks for players with higher status. Here’s a rundown of what each tier level gets you at Angel of the Winds.


  • Aspire: 0 – 4,499 base points
  • Adventure: 4,500 – 24,999 base points
  • Odyssey: 25,000 – 64,999 base points
  • Voyage: 65,000 – 159,999 base points
  • Expedition: 160,000 – 274,999 base points
  • Summit: 275,000 – 500,000 base points

Discounts and Benefits:

Fuel, Per Gallon*NA$0.10$0.15$0.15$0.20$0.25$1
Dining-including alcohol7%10%15%20%30%40%50%
Strikerz Bowling7%10%15%20%30%40%50%
All Things Sports7%10%15%20%30%40%50%
The Shop+7%10%15%20%30%40%50%
Concert TicketsNA10%15%20%30%40%50%
Player Portal AccessYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Mailed OffersBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On Play
Email and SMS OffersBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On Play
Special Events InvitesBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On PlayBased On Play
Weekly Point MultiplierNA2x2x2x3x3x4x
Late Check-in/Early Check-outNANANANANAYesYes
Weekly Bonus PointsNANANANANANAYes
Daily Dining CreditNANANANANANAYes
Access to Casino HostsNANANANANANAYes
* Maximum of 200 gallons per month / + The Shop discounts do not apply to food, beverage, vape, tobacco, or specialty products

Angel of the Winds Restaurants

General Tsos Chicken
Jade Fusion brings varied Asian cuisines to Angel of the Winds (DronG/Shutterstock)

Angel of the Winds has a great selection of restaurants covering many cuisines from around the world. Here’s a quick look at what this casino resort has to offer:

Whiskey Prime Steakhouse:

Whiskey Prime offers guests a fine dining option at Angel of the Winds. This modern steakhouse provides excellent and friendly service along with exceptional food. The menu features a variety of fresh locally sourced seafood appetizers, salads and soups, USDA Prime steaks with enhancement choices, and other dinner entrees for those looking for something other than steak.

Playa Bonita

Taking over for the Riverside Buffet (the buffet at Angel of the Winds that’s now closed) is Playa Bonita, which serves authentic Mexican cuisine to guests. The menu features all your traditional Mexican foods like tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and quesadillas that come in multiple combination dishes if you’re wanting a little something of everything. They have salads and soups for those looking for something lighter and Playa Bonita runs a daily special so check that out as well.

Jade Fusion

Jade Fusion brings flavors from China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, and other Asian cuisines to their guests at Angel of the Winds. It’s a great place to grab a casual meal if you’re looking for some Asian food. The menu includes potstickers, baos, ramen, pho, and a variety of vegetable and protein dishes prepared Asian style. The desserts here are a must-try!

210 Brewing Co

Beer at Microwbrewery
210 Brewing Co has an impressive selection to please any beer fan!

210 Brewing Co has a large selection of house-made beers on tap with unique styles and flavors to enjoy. They serve breakfast daily and the lunch and dinner menu has tons of shareable plates, soups and salads, sandwiches and burgers, house-made pizzas, and desserts.

Katie’s Kitchen

Katie’s Kitchen is Angel of the Winds quick eatery that’s open 24/7. The food is all tasty and reasonably priced. The menu has breakfast items, a value section that has an assortment of various small sides, soups and salads, a selection of fish and chips, burgers and sandwiches, a two to four-piece fried chicken dinner, and desserts.

Angel Eats

Angel Eats is the perfect spot to grab something quick to eat while bowling with friends and family. There’s lots of shareable finger foods on the menu for everyone to enjoy.

Entertainment at Angel of the Winds

Bowling Alley
Angel of the Winds has a bowling alley named Strikerz at the resort (Mindscape studio/Shutterstock)

Angel of the Winds has live music and entertainment events daily and throughout each month. From live bands, DJs, trivia nights, rockaraoke, and comedy shows, Angel of the Winds is a great spot for a night out on any day of the week. For more information, you can check out their calendar of events here. 

Angel of the Winds also brings bigger names in the music and entertainment industry to their 8,800-square-foot events center throughout the year. 

Strikerz Bowling was a great addition to the resort at Angel of the Winds. There are 16 lanes with tons of spacious seating all around. If you’re looking to bring in a larger group or host an event, reach out to them ahead of time to make reservations. Strikerz offers traditional bowling options, bumper bowling, night bowling under the blacklights, and HyperBowling, a feature where the bumpers are raised and the bowlers work to accomplish unique challenges for points.

All Things Sports is another option at Angel of the Winds. This virtual sports simulation space allows guests to participate in a variety of sports that include golf, home run derby, field goal challenge, QB challenge, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, rugby, hockey cricket, zombie dodgeball, and much more.

Angel of the Winds Resort and Hotel

Angel of the Winds completed a $27 million expansion in January 2015 and opened the doors to their five-story hotel with 125 guest rooms. 

Each room comes with the following amenities:

  • Bellhops
  • High Speed internet
  • Wi-Fi
  • 42” TV with Satellite Channels
  • Beautyrest Mattresses on Deluxe Double Queen and Deluxe King Beds
  • Mini Fridge
  • Hair Dryer
  • Coffee Maker
  • Laptop-Compatible Safe
  • Access to a 24-Hour Fitness Center
  • Complimentary self-parking
  • Fuel station (use your player’s card for possible discounts)
  • EV charging stations

Angel of the Winds Hotel Room Types

Angel of the Winds Resort offers the following room types:

  • Deluxe Double Queen (accessible rooms available)
  • Deluxe King (accessible rooms available)
  • Deluxe Double Queen Patio
  • Signature Suite (accessible rooms available)

Does Angel of the Winds have a buffet?

Unfortunately, the Angel of the Winds buffet closed during Covid and its space is now home to a Mexican-themed restaurant named Playa Bonita.

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