California Governor Jerry Brown cut the ribbon of the brand new Bell Gardens gambling establishment The Bicycle Hotel & Casino’s full resort experience. The Governor was accompanied by the Managing General Partner and CEO Hashem Minaiy and the President of Carter Management Group Robert H. Carter.

The unveiling ceremony was marked by a grand entrance of motorcycles driven by tuxedo dressed men and attractive models in sequin gowns. The hostesses displayed huge playing cards that together spelled the word “Bicycle,” honoring the name of the facility.

Among the other guests of the event were noticed Bell Gardens Mayor Jennifer Rodriguez and Cristina Garcia, an Assembly member. The ceremony hosted hundreds of other community guests as well as numerous city officials.

Bicycle Hotel & Casino is a seven-story luxury boutique and hotel whose opening date is scheduled for the 1st of December. The hotel features 99 guestrooms and suites, VIP gaming, elevated pool deck and private cabanas. This 117,907 beauty is expected to be yet another attractive gaming destination to draw visitors to California.

R.D. Olson Construction is the commercial general contractor that built Bicycle Hotel & Casino, while Lee & Sakahara Architects were responsible for the architecture of the establishment. Hager Design International Inc. made sure the interior design meets the needs of modern low and high rollers that can enjoy elegant environment, spa and an innovative dining concept offered at The Bike Brewery.

Besides the superb hotel, Bicycle features a fancy casino floor equipped with 185 tables where players can enjoy 3 Card Poker, EZ Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, 21st Century Blackjack and etc.

The Managing General Partner and CEO Hashem Mainay in his speech said that the ceremony day was one of the most exciting days for everyone at the establishment. He pointed out that they all were looking forward to welcoming their first guests in less than two weeks. Mainay described The Bicycle as a “beautiful hotel” and a “great property” that can be enjoyed by “everyone in the community.”

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