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Washington’s Snoqualmie Tribe Announces Casino Hotel Expansion

SNOQUALMIE, Washington The Snoqualmie Tribe has broken ground on a resort expansion at the Snoqualmie Casino in King County, Washington, about 30 minutes east of downtown Seattle.

The multi-phase expansion will include a new hotel, expanded gaming floor, destination spa, a 2,000-seat entertainment and convention center, parking structure and two restaurants, with a third to open later.

The expansion will feature details inspired by Snoqualmie culture, such as the modern slant roof hotel design, which represents the longhouses of the Snoqualmie Tribe’s ancestors, and carefully chosen artwork placed throughout the resort.

“Through the hard work and resilience of our elders, the Snoqualmie Tribe regained its recognition in 1999. With our sovereignty recognized, we have continued to strengthen and preserve our cultural traditions, protecting our sacred places, healing our ancestral lands and establishing enterprises that allow our Tribe to provide our families with education, health care and housing while also giving back to the community,” says Snoqualmie Tribe Chairman Robert de los Angeles. “This next period of growth at the Snoqualmie Casino allows us to continue advancing those goals.”

Since opening to the public in 2008, Snoqualmie Casino continues to receive regional and national recognition for its commitment to guest experience, community impact and workplace excellence. In 2021, Snoqualmie Casino and the Snoqualmie Tribe made history by becoming the first casino and first tribe to open a sportsbook and offer sports betting in Washington state.

Snoqualmie Casino plans to welcome guests to its new expansion in Q4 2024.

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