The Yavapai-Apache Nation is inviting the public to the grand opening of its new casino hotel. The tribe broke ground on the six-story, 122-room hotel at the Cliff Castle Casino Hotel more than two years ago. After a grand opening ceremony this Friday, it will start accepting guests on March 1, according to a post on Facebook. “We’re excited to have the hotel open,” director of marketing James Perry, told The Verde Independent.
The $30 million project was supposed to open in July 2017, The Verde Independent reported. But the tribe said delays caused by the contractor led to a slip in the schedule, The Verde Valley News reported.
The new hotel is attached to the casino. Another hotel is located nearby and operates as the Lodge at Cliff Castle Casino.
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Yavapai-Apache Nation plans Friday opening of casino’s new hotel
(The Verde Independent February 20, 2018)
Feb. 23 grand opening planned for new Cliff Castle Casino Hotel
(The Camp Verde Bugle February 10, 2018)
Nation wins $48.9M court judgment against La Posta Band (June 30, 2017)
Nation shares casino funds with the community (March 23, 2016)
Nation starts construction on new casino hotel (January 29, 2016)
Yavapai-Apache Nation finally ready to open 122-room casino hotel
Posted: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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