Talking Stick Resort

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(owned/managed by Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community)
9800 E. Indian Bend Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85256
Toll-Free: (866) 877-9897
Local: (866) 877-9897

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Talking Stick Resort is located in Scottsdale, Arizona, and is an Indian-owned hotel-casino with 497 guest rooms and over 240,000 square feet dedicated to casino gambling. With 800 slot machines, and featuring the classic table games blackjack as well as a live poker room, Talking Stick Resort is also home to six restaurants.

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The Spa @ Talking Stick

Black Fig Bistro (Casual/Café)
Blue Coyote Cafe (Casual/Café)
Coffee Garden (Coffee Shop)
Ocean Trail (Oyster Bar)
Orange Sky Restaurant (Fine Dining)
Wandering Horse Buffet (Buffet)

Table Games

Three-Card Poker
Let It Ride™ Stud Poker

Card Room

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Slots Options

Slot Machines

Hall/Lounge Games

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