Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee: Naples' 24-Hour Attraction

Seminole Casino Immokalee

Open 24/7; 365 days a year, Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee offers Blackjack, high paying slots and live-action poker.

Just beyond the peaceful shores of Naples and Marco Island, one of Southwest Florida’s most exciting attractions awaits. The Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee welcomes visitors 24/7 with Las Vegas-style thrills, culinary delights and live entertainment.

Following a multi-million-dollar renovation, the casino now features an upscale hotel and an expanded gaming area packed with more than 1,300 of the industry’s newest slots, 38 live table games and a WPT poker room.

A safe bet for a weekend getaway, the Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee offers everything you’ll need under one roof — entertainment, dining and amenity-rich accommodations.


The Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee is Southwest Florida’s top destination for slots and live blackjack. With an array of slot machines, live table games and a WPT poker room, there are many opportunities for a lucky streak.

More than 1,300 slot machines with denominations from 1 cent to $100 line the casino floor. Games include modern hits like the Ellen DeGeneres Show and Duck Dynasty, and favorite classics like the Wheel of Fortune and Pink Diamonds. For live action, move to one of the 38 table games including Blackjack, Three-Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em and Let it Ride.


There’s no shortage of dining options at this casino and hotel; several in-house restaurants all serve unique local and international cuisine.

Try the EE-TO-LEET-KE GRILL (The Camp) for home-style cooking and dishes like French Onion Soup and Pork Osso Bucco. The menu at this restaurant features abundant choices, including organic and gluten-free options. 

For Asian-inspired cuisine, Lucky Mi Noodle House serves authentic tastes of the Far East with Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup, Thai Panang Curry Noodles with Malaysian Sauce, and Korean Bulgogi. For traditional New York-style deli food, 1st Street Deli piles pastrami high for “Shaved Fresh” Sandwiches. The menu also includes home-style matzo ball soup, sloppy joe sandwiches, corned beef and cabbage and a decadent mushroom Swiss burger.

Cappuccino’s Coffee and Pastry Bar is a small coffee shop, open in the mornings, serving specialty fresh-ground coffee drinks like cappuccinos, espresso, frappes, French vanilla crème, café mocha and Kona coffee. For a savory start, try one of the many pastries or opt for an oversized slice of New York Cheesecake.


The Seminole Center located at the casino hotel is home to concerts, comedy shows, reviews and more. With seating for 800, the center features a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system and two large screens for close-up viewing. The center has showcased many touring bands including Los Lonely Boys, Patti LaBelle and Tony Orlando. If you plan your trip at the right time, you’ll catch hundreds of Elvis impersonators competing for the King’s title at the annual Elvis Fest.

The Zig Zag Lounge offers 24/7 entertainment for a break from the gambling scene. Make yourself comfortable in the lounge’s plush chairs and catch a sports game at the 103-inch screen television, or take advantage of the monthly drink specials at the bar.


The new upscale hotel features 19 suites and 80 deluxe rooms – all with full amenities. Also on site, you’ll find an outdoor pool with loungers. If you feel like splurging with your winnings, upgrade to one of the authentic Seminole Chickee poolside huts. Onsite you can also get in a workout at the 24-hour complimentary Seminole Casino Hotel Fitness Studio or catch up on work at the self-service Business Center.

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