The giant armoire and relatively small tube TV took up way too much space for a hotel room in 2013. The TV would get snowy any time it was moved to view from the chair or bed. Beneath the TV was an unstocked minibar that we could use, but after being warned that the minibar was 55 degrees, this writer wasn't about to find out what that meant.
The air conditioning unit was beneath the window and reminded us of something found in a Super 8 20 years ago. The look was fine but the unit was loud. Very loud. The biggest issue with the Deluxe Queen was in the bathroom where we saw three or four sections of wallpaper peeling off the wall. The bathroom wasn't filthy, but it wasn't clean, either. It really just looked and felt old and used. The "closet" also seemed like something from an old Super 8. It was't a closet as much as it was a wall with a rack for clothes and no doors.
Otherwise, the room was fine. The beds, work table and chairs were all comfortable and the room seemed clean. This room at Silverton wasn't awful, but it wasn't nice. The pictures on the website of the upgraded resort rooms look more modern and renovated, but we'll save the money to find out. Our crush on the Silverton casino will never die, but we don't expect to sleep with this crush again.