Following plans from last year to open a new entertainment option for its guests, Red Hawk Resort and Casino, owned by the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians and based in Placerville, El Dorado County, California, is pleased to announce the official opening of a new 156-room hotel within the casino-resort.
Layout of the new hotel:
The new hotel offers guests a deluxe experience, with a variety of benefits and entertainment options, easy access to gaming, dining and the recently opened Apex amusement center.
As for the rooms, their sizes range from 440 sq. ft. in the deluxe rooms to 900 sq. ft. in the premium suites. In addition, the rooms are equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, which give guests the opportunity to see an extraordinary view of the surrounding foothills with a contemporary interior design, tastefully mixed with traditional tribal elements.
But that’s not all; as there are also non-smoking hotel rooms, which are tastefully equipped with coffee and tea maker, mini-fridges, 55-inch flat screen TVs, in-room safes and all the benefits that will make guests want to come back.
Additionally, during the warmer months, guests of the resort can use the outdoor terrace with a pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Commenting on the official opening, Bryan deLugo, President and CEO of Red Hawk Resort and Casino, said: “We are thrilled to announce the opening of our new hotel. This expansion project is the result of our commitment to providing our guests with a premium experience while also supporting our local community. We are grateful for the continued support of our tribal leadership and the broader community as we strive to create an unforgettable experience for our guests.”
Commitment to providing guests with the ultimate experience:
This latest hotel represents part of Red Hawk’s constant efforts to extend its offering and offer guests a premium entertainment experience.
Moreover, the tribal leadership was involved in the project from the start, making sure that the development was in line with the values and traditions of the community.
In this regard, Regina Cuellar, Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians Tribal Chairwoman, said: “We are proud to see our casino continue to grow and evolve with the opening of the Apex and the hotel, both which provide new opportunities for our guests and supports economic development in our community. The new hotel is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and we look forward to welcoming guests from near and far to experience all that our resort has to offer.”
The new hotel is Red Hawk’s second recently opened project, in addition to the 85,000 sq. ft. Apex amusement center, which provides visitors with a multi-story indoor electric go-kart track, an 18-lane interactive bowling center, golf simulators, a virtual reality arcade and a spacious sports bar with outdoor seating.