"This project is about more than just opening up a beautiful resort in the Sonoran desert," said Wendell Long, CEO of Casino Del Sol Resort. "We are creating hundreds of jobs and boosting the local economy, something that the Pascua Yaqui tribe is very proud of."
Casino Del Sol Resort Features:
- Entrance and front desk featuring a Tuscan-inspired design with Italian marble vaulted ceilings, rich mahogany woods, and a 10-foot crystal chandelier
- Public spaces reflect a rustic Mediterranean feel, with patterned terrazzo flooring, ornamental iron work and aged woods
- 215 luxurious rooms and suites complete with Four-Diamond upgrades
- An expansive pool area that includes a "beach pool" where chaises can be placed, private VIP cabanas, fire pits, and fountain and light shows synchronized to music
- The only two Starbucks locations in any Arizona casino
- Hiapsi Spa & Fitness Center that features exclusive treatments created by Pascua Yaqui tribal doctors
- P.Y. Steakhouse which seats 100 and features a 1,000 bottle wine room and Sommelier
- Signature drink menu created specifically for the resort and a private reserve of tequila and bourbon
- Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater (AVA), a 5,000-seat open-air concert venue that has hosted such national acts as Rhianna, Kid Rock and Tim McGraw
- Close proximity to Tucson International Airport
The resort incorporated sustainability principles throughout its design and construction, earning it inclusion in the Arizona Hotel & Lodging Association's Certified Green Lodging Program. Tribal leaders are also participating in a Sustainability Education Empowerment Development (SEED) Initiative that will implement standards to conserve natural resources, reduce waste and decrease pollution.
For more information about the resort, visit www.CasinoDelSolResort.com.
About Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa and Conference Center:
Located in southwest metropolitan Tucson, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe is a federally recognized tribe with more than 17,000 enrolled members. The Tribe owns and operates two casinos: Casino of the Sun and Casino Del Sol. Non-gaming enterprises include the Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater (AVA), a 5,000-seat open-air concert venue; and the Del Sol Marketplace, which includes a gas station and car wash, convenience store and smoke shop. It is also the home to Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa and Conference Center; a 215-room, 161,000-square-foot resort and entertainment destination that features more than 65,000-square-feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and convention space. For more information, visit www.CasinoDelSolResort.com.