Central New York’s del Lago Resort & Casino accepting lodging reservations

Visitors who would like to stay the night at del Lago Resort & Casino in the Finger Lakes region of New York can now book rooms for lodging beginning July 14, 2017, and beyond. A 10% advanced booking discount is available on the resort’s website for a limited time.

“We are excited to announce that we are now taking reservations for our hotel with the first bookings in mid-July,” said Executive Vice President and General Manager Jeff Babinski. “With the completion of our hotel and spa we look forward to rounding out our property, making del Lago Resort & Casino a true destination in the Finger Lakes region.”

In addition to more than 200 luxury rooms at the $440 million casino resort, the European style Spa del Lago will offer body treatments, massages, and a full service salon for men and women. Gender segregated and co-ed relaxation facilities will also be available.

Visitors can enjoy “gastro spa” cuisine and beverages at et facility, Lavazza Italian coffee shop, pastry, and gelato shop and The Sociale Café & Bar, or grab a pastry and gelato at Lavazza Italian coffee shop. The hotel will also feature a 4,200 square-foot banquet facility.

del Lago Resort & Casino opened on February 1, 2017, and offers nearly 2,000 Las Vegas style slot machines, 85 table games, and 14 poker tables spread over 94,000 sq ft of casino floor space.

Many of the resort’s offerings are focused on local trade including locally sourced elements for the Farmers Market Buffet. French Quarter-inspired food is available at The Vine – a 2,400-person entertainment venue and bar.

For high-end dining visitors may wish to frequent Portico by Fabio Viviani featuring Old World Italian fare as well as seafood, steaks and chops grilled over hardwood.

Further resort amenities include Centri 7BALL fico bar in the middle of the gaming action, a 2,000 sq ft store called, “Savor NY” featuring MacKenzie-Childs and Jay Strongwater products along with a bevy of other Finger Lakes region items from craft beer to cheeses.

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The food court at del Lago houses three purveyors offering pizza, burgers, and southwest grill fare.