The federally-recognized Rincon Band Of Luiseno Indians has begun construction on a $14 million expansion of its Harrah’s Resort Southern California property some 17 miles north of the city of Escondido.

Operated by Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corporation, Harrah’s Resort Southern California underwent a $160 million renovation in 2014 that included the addition of a new hotel tower, a convention and entertainments center, cocktail, wine and beer bars and the indoor/outdoor Ritas Cantina restaurant.

The tribe declared that the latest expansion project will see the San Diego County facility add 22 guest rooms featuring “unique wellness amenities for a customized experience” alongside four meeting rooms, the in-house SR76 brewery, a Robek’s fresh juice and smoothie outlet, a KJ Chinese Kitchen franchise and a mile-long and pedestrian-friendly nature trail.

In addition, the Rincon Band Of Luiseno Indians stated that Harrah’s Resort Southern California will moreover renovate its fitness center and upgrade its spa facility with a barber’s shop, salon and new treatments such as salt baths.

Regarding the 22 new rooms, the tribe proclaimed that guests will be able to enjoy amenities including vitamin-C infused showers, built-in bedroom and bathroom ceiling speakers, fitness equipment such as dumbbells and jump ropes and customizable in-room add-ons encompassing yoga mats, aromatherapy facilities and plush robes and slippers. The tribe declared that the coming meeting rooms are to be located on the second floor of Harrah’s Resort Southern California’s South Tower offering 2,633 sq ft of total space and serving as “an ideal location for business conferences and events”.

“Our team is constantly developing new ideas and resort amenities that will further enhance the guest experience here on property,” read a statement from Janet Beronio, General Manager for Harrah’s Resort Southern California. “The newest additions to our resort will continue to give our guests an unparalleled experience expected when visiting a first-class resort.”