Dimond BowlCurrently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- Address: 800 E Dimond Blvd, Ste 3-023, 99515, Anchorage, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Social, Entertainment, Bowling
Dimond Bowl is a great bowling arena in Anchorage, United States.
If you wish to go bowling with your friends in Anchorage, then Dimond Bowl is your best bet. You can find all the logistics regarding the bowling arena on this page. These details include address, contact number, ticket price, and operational hours. To help you reach the site without much difficulty, we have provided its exact location on a map. Also, you can check out the available public transport to easily travel to and from the amusement center. A brief description about the place lets you know about its exceptional features. Bowling at this facility is considered to be one of the entertaining things to do in Anchorage by many.
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As an avid bowler I can rightfully say this is the by far the worst bowling alley I have ever been too the lanes look like they haven't had oil put on them in years and are just plain worn out will not go back save your money and go somewhere else.
Went there for my daughter's birthday today. The guy behind the counter had a piss poor attitude. He seemed totally perturbed that we were there to bother him. Asked him a couple of questions and was told that he couldn't be bothered. I would think that dimond bowl would want to get new people into bowling. Will never go there again. Wow.
My family and I went here today. We were the only ones there. My daughter just turned 2, and the biggest size shoe for a toddler was an 8. The guy at the front desk allowed my Daughter to bowl in her regular shoes, and was very nice. He showed us which ball was the lightest for her, which of course my husband had to still help her, but we had a great time with her. The bowling ally it's self is pretty outdated and no TV or music of anything going, and the guy was pretty quiet and on his phone watching videos the entire time, but it didn't effect how we were able to bowl
This place sucks. Tell.me how the bug at the front charges each person for a game. His philosophy is that each person buys a game of monopoly and then each person pays again to play only once. I'm at center bowl now and was able to play 2 games with four people for the price of two games. Not 4. Diamond bowl is a waste of time.
Would not recommend, they turn off all the lane during our event when the game wasn't even finish.