Soaring Eagle Casino And Resort, which is owned and operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe has revealed plans for a major four-phase renovation project to be carried out over the next two to three years.
The announcement comes days after a surprise liquidation sale of furniture, which was open to members of the tribe and who could purchase items from the resort hotel guest rooms for just $5 USD each.
Despite the resort undergoing a previous upgrade just 18 months ago, the tribe officials have released details of major investment plans that will see the largest renovation since the resort was founded in 1996/98.
Soaring Eagle Casino currently features a gaming space of 200k square foot and has an 18 table poker room featuring Texas hold’em and Omaha hi-low, with regular tournaments and big money games. The Michigan casino also welcomes players to their blackjack and roulette tables alongside other popular games; three card poker, craps and many slot machines.
Mike Bean, former president of Mohegan Sun Pocono and current CEO of Soaring Eagle Casino And Resort commented on the plans:
“Over the course of the past 22 years, Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort has been committed to providing its guests with a great experience, from gaming to dining to entertainment to its hotel resort amenities. This project represents that continued commitment.”
The plans will expand and renovate parts of the resort to match the luxury and quality of the previous recent upgrade some 18 months ago, which saw millions of pounds worth of investment approved by the tribe council.
Mike Bean continued to express his ambition:
“We strive to be the first choice for people when deciding where to go for a resort casino experience. We look forward to the completion of this project and providing our guests with a greatly enhanced experience.”