On Tuesday, the Belterra Casino Resort, a riverboat casino in Switzerland County in Florence, Indiana, announced the completion of renovations to 55,000 square feet of meeting and convention space

The convention and meeting space at the casino resort received upgrades such as new wall fixtures and sconces, imported carpeting, and new seating. Other aspects that were included in Belterra’s $15 million, three year improvement project include hotel room renovation, the addition of three new restaurants, as well as cosmetic updates to the casino floor and updated common areas. The casino resort also has Wi-Fi internet access, which it claims is faster that many other convention spaces or hotels in the region, at speeds up to 100 megabits per second.

The continued investment in the property looks to have been the right move for Belterra owner Pinnacle Entertainment. Of competing riverboats in southeast Indiana, Belterra Casino saw an increase in revenue of 5.5 percent from 2014, while others saw less. Last year Belterra’s gaming revenue was $108.3 million.

The Belterra Casino Resort overlooks the Ohio River and is less than 10 miles from the Kentucky Speedway to the south in the neighboring state. The hotel features luxury, deluxe and classic rooms, as well as pet friendly rooms. The casino includes more than 1,200 slot machines, video poker and two high-limit slot rooms, table games, and a poker room. Amenities include, an outdoor pool featuring a sundeck, lounge chairs and private cabanas, spa/24 hour fitness center and salon, golf course, Clubhouse, and shopping. Choose from seven dining options including the newly opened NOSH, 19 Steak & Seafood, The Buffet, Stadium Sports Bar and Grill, Lobby Bar, Casino Café, and the Out of Bounds Bar and Grill at the golf course Clubhouse. Guests can also enjoy live entertainment at the Centerstage Showroom and the Lobby Bar. The Belterra Casino Resort is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

To the east of the Belterra Casino is the Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly the River Downs, and it features 1,500 Video Lottery Terminals (VLTs), six restaurants including a STADIUM Sports Bar & Grill. The property also boasts 100 days of live thoroughbred racing between May 8 and October 14, live entertainment, and simulcast wagering.

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