Isle of Capri Casino and Hotel Boonville

The Isle of Capri Casino and Hotel in Boonville is one of the smaller casinos in Missouri. The casino offers roughly 28,000 square feet of space, or less than one-quarter the size of some of Missouri’s larger casinos. However, its corporate pedigree as a Caesars Entertainment property means that you get quite a bit of mileage for such a small venue.

Players who visit the Boonville location have more than 800 slots at their disposal. There are also more than a dozen table games. Note that you must be at least 21 years old to play any of the games on the casino floor. The property additionally features a hotel, two restaurants, and an entrance to the 225-mile Katy Trail, a bike trail stretching across the state of Missouri.

The Isle of Capri Casino sits on the southern side of the Missouri River in Boonville to the west of US Highway 40. It is roughly halfway between Kansas City and St. Louis on Interstate 70, although it is slightly closer to Kansas City. Reaching the casino does take a bit of a detour off the interstate, but it’s only about a 10-minute drive through town.

Read on to learn what you’ll find at Isle of Capri Casino and Hotel Boonville.

Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Boonville details

  • Address: 100 Isle of Capri Blvd., Boonville, MO 65233
  • Operator: Caesars Entertainment
  • Phone: 660-882-1200
  • Hours: Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m.-2 a.m.; Friday to Sunday, 8 a.m.-4 a.m.
  • Casino games: Slots, video poker, table games
  • Sportsbook: No
  • Poker room: No

Games at Isle of Capri Casino

The Isle of Capri Casino offers slots, table games, and video poker. Despite the smaller number of casino gaming options, there is a healthy amount of diversity in terms of what you can play.

Slot machines

As noted, you’ll find more than 800 slots at the Isle of Capri Boonville, MO. The majority of the machines (nearly 600) are penny slots. Other available denominations include nickel slots, quarter slots, half-dollar slots, and dollar slots. There are even some options as high as $25 per spin.

Here are some popular slots games at Isle of Capri Boonville:

  • 5 Dragons: Rising Jackpots
  • Buffalo Chief
  • Buffalo Link
  • Crystal Star Deluxe
  • Dancing Drums Explosion
  • Dragon Cash
  • Gold Hills Prospector Pete
  • Horses of Helios
  • Lightning Cash
  • Savanna Lion
  • Stinkin’ Rich: Skunks Gone Wild
  • Super Buffalo
  • Super Dragon

Of course, this list is not exhaustive. There are several options for video poker players, as well. If you like to play slots in a casual setting, you’ll find plenty to do at the Isle of Capri Casino Boonville.

Table games

The slot machines aren’t the end of the story in Boonville, either. There are also over a dozen table games. Although that number isn’t overwhelming, the variety of choices is impressive. Table games you might play while at the casino include the following:

  • Bet the Set 21
  • Blackjack
  • Blackjack (Super 3 side bet)
  • Blackjack (Trilux Bonus side bet)
  • Criss Cross Poker
  • Dice-Ology
  • Double Deck Blackjack
  • EZ Baccarat
  • Mississippi Stud
  • Three Card Poker
  • Ultimate Texas Hold’em

In addition, there are three electronic table games:

  • Electronic Blackjack
  • Fusion Electronic Roulette
  • Universal Cabinet Electronic Craps

Note that Isle of Capri Boonville is not a 24-hour location, and within its hours of operation, table games are subject to even more restricted availability. You can play table games there during the following hours:

  • Most games — Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m.-2 a.m.; Friday to Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 a.m.
  • Craps — Wednesday to Thursday, 4 p.m.-4 a.m.; Friday to Sunday, 12 p.m.-4 a.m.

Craps is not available on Mondays or Tuesdays. Therefore, if you’re a dice player, Isle of Capri might not be the place to go at the beginning of the week.

Is the Isle of Capri Casino going to get a sportsbook?

Sports betting in Missouri is not legal at the moment, although lawmakers have discussed legislation with increasing energy of late. Chances seem good that sports betting will eventually come to Missouri. If it does, chances are even better that Isle of Capri Casino would be among the casinos to add a sportsbook.

Caesars Entertainment owns and operates the location. Caesars, of course, also owns and operates Caesars Sportsbook, one of the top books in the country. Caesars has placed both retail and online sportsbooks in several states, so it stands to reason that if Missouri does finally legalize sports betting, Caesars will seek to launch its sportsbook in the state, including at Isle of Capri.

Amenities at Isle of Capri Boonville

Although Isle of Capri Casino and Hotel Boonville is a modestly sized location, it still offers a hotel and multiple restaurants, along with several outlets for entertainment nearby.

First and foremost, the hotel has more than 100 rooms. The room options aren’t particularly fancy, but the junior suite is 413 square feet with a garden tub for a relaxing soak. There is also an in-room safe and 42” high-definition television available. The fitness center is open 24 hours a day.

When you get hungry, you have two options under the Isle of Capri Boonville roof. The first of these is the Tradewinds Marketplace. This restaurant is a fast-casual location serving all manner of breakfast and lunch items. You can find the standard eggs, toast, and pancakes in the morning, or come for a burger, sandwich, or other similar items around noon.

The other option is The Brew Brothers, where you can find a few more eclectic food items and a long list of beers on tap and in bottles. Many of these are microbrews from smaller breweries and offer the chance to taste something new. The Brew Brothers also have 20 large-screen televisions and occasional live music to offer a getaway from the pace of the casino floor.

There are also several area attractions that you can visit during a trip to Isle of Capri Casino & Resort Boonville. Most of them are no more than 15 minutes away. However, the star of these options is the Katy Trail, which offers biking across the state and has an entrance just outside the casino property itself.

Caesars Rewards program

One nice thing about playing at Isle of Capri Boonville is the fact that you can take part in the Caesars Rewards program. For every dollar that you wager or spend at the property, you can accrue two types of credits: rewards credits and tier credits.

Reward credits are a form of Caesars-specific currency. You can redeem them at select locations and in various ways at Caesars properties or specified Caesars partners, including for free slot play and in lieu of some payments. The rate at which you accrue reward credits varies from game to game, but it can be as high as one point for every $5 you bet and one point for every $1 you spend at restaurants or hotels.

Tier credits dictate your spot on one of the six tiers associated with the Caesars Rewards program. Higher tiers yield greater benefits, perks, and rewards, including discounts on hotel stays, discounts on restaurants, and shopping deals. As you ascend the ladder, the escalating benefits include complimentary hotel stays, airfare, cruises, dinners, and special events available only to card members at your level (or higher).

The tiers (with their tier credit thresholds) are as follows:

  • Gold: 0 to 4,999 tier credits
  • Platinum: 5,000 to 14,999 tier credits
  • Diamond: 15,000 to 24,999 tier credits
  • Diamond Plus: 25,000 to 74,999 tier credits
  • Diamond Elite: 75,000 to 149,999 tier credits
  • Seven Stars: 150,000-plus tier credits (invitation only)

Isle of Capri Casino and Hotel Boonville history

Isle of Capri Casino has been in service in Boonville since December 2001. Despite prominently changing hands a few years ago, it has managed to retain its branding and identity for more than two decades now.

The casino’s debut came as part of the parent company Isle of Capri Casinos’ push to become an even bigger player in the American riverboat casino scene. The Isle of Capri was the first casino company to launch riverboats in the modern era. It earned this distinction with the debut of two cruising casino boats in Iowa in 1991.

Though Isle of Capri Boonville has enjoyed a relatively stable history, there has been much turmoil in the corporate waters surrounding it. Isle of Capri casinos suffered devastating damage in both Biloxi, Mississippi, and Lake Charles, Louisiana, due to hurricanes and elected to relocate its headquarters to Missouri at great expense. The company also purchased the Lady Luck chain of casinos and operated with a two-brand approach for nearly ten years.

The current stage of Isle of Capri Boonville began with the company’s purchase by Eldorado Resorts in 2017. Eldorado’s subsequent merger with Caesars in 2020 rendered the Boonville location an unlikely member of the newly formed casino conglomerate. Thus, the benefits of playing at a Caesars location are now available in central Missouri, despite its modest presentation and surrounding population.