Chukchansi Gold Receives AAA Four Diamond Designation

Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino

COARSEGOLD, CA – For the fourth consecutive year, Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino has received AAA’s coveted Four Diamond rating. By AAA’s standards, hotels at this level are committed to providing every guest with a high degree of hospitality and attentive service in upscale surroundings with an extensive array of amenities and guest services.

With this designation, Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino is part of a select group representing the top tier of the hospitality industry in North America. Nestled near the majestic Yosemite National Park, Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino brings the beauty of the Sierra foothills into a world-class destination resort with fine dining, entertainment, premier gaming and stunning accommodations.

To be included in the AAA Diamond Program, properties must pass an unannounced, on-site evaluation. Properties aren’t told in advance of the inspector’s arrival to ensure a typical guest experience, strengthening the program’s intent to give travelers a reliable way to find hotels and restaurants that meet AAA’s quality standards. Hotels and restaurants are rated and assigned a designation of either Approved, Three Diamond, Four Diamond or Five Diamond. More Diamonds indicate more elaborate surroundings and attention from service staff.

“AAA is the gold standard by which the hospitality industry is measured,” said Berk Evrensel, Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino’s Director of Hospitality. “To receive this distinguished designation for the fourth year running is an incredible achievement for our dedicated team members. We strive daily to make every guest’s experience an exceptional one and are proud our effort has been recognized by one of the utmost authorities in the industry.”

Since opening in 2003, Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino has been voted No. 1 for 15 years as Best Casino by the Fresno Bee People’s Choice Awards, sees over 130,000 monthly guests and employs over 1,200 individuals – disbursing roughly $50 million in payroll and benefits into the local economy every year.