Yavapai-Apache Nation announces $27M expansion at casino

The Cliff Castle Casino Hotel in Camp Verde, Arizona. Photo from Arizona Player Magazine

The Yavapai-Apache Nation of Arizona will spend $27 million on a casino expansion project.

The Cliff Castle Casino Hotel is getting a new hotel with 122 rooms, a 300-space parking garage, retail space and a 5,000 square-foot multi-purpose meeting center, The Gah' Nahavah/Ya Ti', the tribe's newspaper, reported.

"In our 20 years of operation, the Cliff Castle Casino and its benefits to the nation and the local community has grown tremendously and is continuing to do so, improving infrastructure, employment, housing, education, medical access and public safety for all our tribal members in the area," Chairman Thomas Beauty said in the September 2015 issue of the paper. "Our community will benefit greatly from this expansion."

Construction is due to begin in January 2016. Work will be complete by the end of that year.

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Yavapai-Apache Nation to build new hotel (Gah' Nahavah/Ya Ti' in The Verde Independent 9/8)

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