Poarch Band to welcome visitors to $65M expansion at casino

The new Wind Creek Casino & Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama, is almost near completion. Photo from Wind Creek Hospitality

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama will debut its casino expansion project on December 1.

The tribe has spent more than $65 million on the newly-renamed Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Montgomery. An expanded gaming floor with more than 2,200 machines and the BB King's Blues Club will open to the public on December 1, according to a press release.

The project also features a salon, retail shop, barber shop, swimming pool, and event center.

Later in December, the tribe will open a five-story hotel with 123 rooms, the press release stated. The Itta Bena, an upscale restaurant, is also set to debut before the end of the year. It will join Lucille's Eatery, a casual eatery that opened earlier this year.

"Our guests get to experience the best of everything in their hometown casino here at Wind Creek Montgomery," property manager Jake Carlton said in the press release.

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