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Dover Downs

Coordinates: Template:Coord/input/dec Dover Downs Hotel & Casino is a hotel and casino that has a racing facility that holds harness horse racing on a 0.625 miles (1.006 km) track and NASCAR events on a 1 mile (1.6 km) concrete surface. The Sprint Cup track is now known as Dover International Speedway, and the Dover Downs name is used for horse racing events. The owner of the facility, Dover Downs, is headquartered within the facility housing both tracks.

Dover Downs Hotel & Casino features first class dining, accommodations and conference space. Primary features of Dover Downs Hotel & Casino include a AAA-rated Four-Diamond hotel, an array of fine dining options, over 2,700 of the most popular slot machines available, and the Rollins Center, an 18,000-square-foot (1,700 m2) multipurpose ballroom which routinely features headline entertainment such as Bill Cosby, Wayne Newton, Tom Jones and The Temptations as well as hosting business conferences, conventions and banquets.

Open in Fall 2007, the expanded hotel added 268 additional rooms, including 52 suites, and 11 spa suites for a total of 500 hotel rooms. This makes Dover Downs Hotel & Casino the largest hotel in Delaware.

Open in Winter 2008, the hotel features Toppers Spa/Salon, a 6,000-square-foot (560 m2) luxurious spa for relaxing.

The slots at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino include some linked to the multi-state jackpot game Cashola.

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