Sycuan Casino breaks ground on $226M expansion project

WCN Editorial Team 3 Apr 2017 BUILDINGS

US-based Sycuan Casino announced that construction has started on its $226M hotel and resort expansion project in San Diego, California.

The project will include the expansion of the casino floor space to accommodate a total of 2,500 Class III machines, 300 Class II machines and 80 table games.

The 12-storey hotel building will include 300 rooms including 50 suites in various configurations and amenity packages. It will also feature a 1,060 sq m ballroom with a concert seating capacity of 1,200 and a banquet seating capacity of 700, and a junior ballroom, as well as a spa and fitness area.

The pool and gardens area will feature an adult pool, including cabanas and open pool deck, along with a bar and grill, lazy river and a dedicated family pool.

John Dinius, Sycuan Casino general manager, said: "We are very excited to offer our clientele a number of new amenities.

"All of these non-gaming amenities have become important to not only offer a full-service resort experience for our guests, but also to stay competitive in this environment."

The expansion project is expected to be complete by 2019.

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