The restructuring of the entranceway to the Cahuilla Casino is just one of the many areas of the casino that are undergoing changes.
Originally designed to resemble a mine shaft entrance, the new gateway to the casino owned and operated by the Cahuilla Band of Indians will soon be supported by decorated steel pillars, according to the general manager of the casino, Bruce McClure.
The Anza Valley Outlook reports that the casino, located on Highway 371 in Anza, California about an hour from San Diego, has undergone quite a few changes since McClure assumed the general manager position earlier in the year. Included in the changes that have already taken place; new carpeting has been added to the casino’s interior, improvements have been made to the restrooms, and newer slots have been added. In addition, a new stage at the casino will be host to local and national entertainment, with some acts already having performed.
Also making their debut this year at the property are the Mountain Sky Travel, service station and convenience store, both open 24 hours. McClure said that they expect the new entrance to the casino to be completed in about five weeks, according to the news agency.
The approximately 14,000 square foot casino is open 24/7 and features more than 350 slots, a bar and grill, and is host to regularly scheduled game and dining promotions, as well as slot tournaments. The tribe opened the casino on June 1, 1996.