Jumer's Casino & Hotel
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|Jumer's Casino & Hotel|
|Location||Rock Island, IL (USA)|
|Address||777 Jumer Dr.
Rock Island, IL 61201
|Opening date||December 1, 2008|
|No. of rooms||205|
|Total gaming space||42,000|
|Notable restaurants||DJ's Steakhouse|
Jumer's Casino & Hotel is a "Las Vegas style" casino-hotel located in Rock Island, Illinois, on the western edge of the state just off Interstate 280, 160 miles (260 km) southwest of Chicago, bordering the state of Iowa by the Mississippi River. It is part of a metropolitan area known as the Quad Cities, which comprises Rock Island and Moline, Illinois, and Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa. Jumer's has over 42,000 square feet (3,900 m2) of gaming, containing 1,100 slot machines, 24 table games, live poker and a high limit slot room, all on one gaming floor. It is one of the largest land-based casinos in the state of Illinois.
Jumer's was voted the Quad Cities' #1 Casino according to a poll conducted by the Quad City Times.
In June 2002, the Illinois House of Representatives gives Jumer's Casino Rock Island permission to move away from downtown Rock Island to a site near the intersection of Interstate 280 and Illinois 92. In October 2007, Jumer's Casino Rock Island broke ground on a $151 million land-based casino, hotel and banquet center, and on December 1, 2008, Jumer's opened its new Las Vegas-style casino and hotel in southwest Rock Island. The 43,000-square-foot casino has more than 1,100 slots and 24 table games as well as a live poker room and a high-limit slots area. The complex includes a 205-room hotel with 11 luxury suites, an event center, a nightclub and four restaurants. DJ's Steakhouse is named after the company's founder, D. James Jumer.
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