Sunday, November 13, 2011

For The Starbucks-Loving Gambler With No Time To Spare, Your Prayers Have Been Answered.

Posted By on Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 10:00 AM

Nothing says convenience and special accommodation like designated parking spots.

It's available in spades for handicapped drivers and passengers, while many shopping centers offer specific spaces for expectant mothers.

Now, too, there's love being given to overpriced coffee addicts.

Casino del Sol's new hotel complex, way out on Valencia Road southwest of town, has designated eight parking spots specifically for patrons heading there to pick up a peppermint frappacino or some scones from either of the facility's two Starbucks locations.

No word on whether you'll be required to show a receipt if confronted by security when you go back to your car, of if you can pay fines for illegally Starbuck-parking by using your Club Sol points.

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