News for the Hospitality Executive
|SHELTON, Wash., April 3, 2007 - Little Creek Casino Resort
- the popular resort owned-operated by the Squaxin Island Indian Tribe
- today announces the addition of 98 rooms. The hotel now has 190.
The new hotel tower is adjacent to the original hotel which opened in
December 2003. The two five-story towers are connected by a ground-floor
walkway which resembles the interior of a tribal longhouse. The front desk
area is now in the new atrium lobby.
Photo: Ambia Inc.
Here are the room types and number added in the new tower (the number in parenthesis is the combined number of each room type):
The Skookum Creek Event Center opened Summer 2006 and will host several major events this year including Comedy at the Creek (April 14), John Michael Montgomery (May 11) and REO Speedwagon (May 12).
More than 1,000 pieces of art from tribal artists, most of them Squaxin,
were purchased for the new tower. Bronze figurines of a woman in
All guest rooms contain Sister Sky Spa Collection amenities, amenity products made with natural ingredients and high quality botanicals by a Native American-owned company.
Little Creek Casino Resort has plans to build a Gene Bates-designed
championship golf course called Salish Cliffs Golf Club
Located minutes north of Olympia on Highway 101, Little Creek is nestled in the Kamilche Valley (or "Pleasant Valley").
Little Creek's Casino features table games - from poker to blackjack and virtually everything in between - and more than 600 slots. It provides both smoking and non-smoking gaming options. The Island Grill, Seafood Bar, Creekside Buffet and Skookum Spirit Lounge are some of the many food and beverage options.
Business and other events from 25 to 500 are at Little Creek. For more information call 800-667-7711 or visit http://www.little-creek.com.
Little Creek Casino Resort
|Also See:||Puyallup Tribe Breaking Ground on $200 million Destination Gambling Resort Near Tacoma, Washington / August 2003|
|Chehalis Tribe and Great Wolf Resorts Plan Expanded Number of Guest Suites and Amenities from Original Plan for the Grand Mound, Washington Great Wolf Lodge / September 2006|
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