The room is separated from the gaming floor on three sides, which makes the room feel much more intimate, hence the term parlor. The room is well-appointed and the tables are quite nice. The graphics on the felt are something that sets the room apart and are a nice touch.
The comptetition varied widely. There were a lot of brand new players, but also some pretty skilled players.
The dealers are friendly and personable. They are very competent. I only saw one real dealer error in the two sessions I played there.
Fine, but not remarkable in either a positive or negative way.
Management did a good job of seating playerin cash games while also handling the tournament traffic, which can be a lot. They were quite friendly to all.
Two bucks an hour that can be used at any restaurant on the property. Given the overall quality of the property, that's really tough to beat.