LEMOORE, CA – The Tachi-Yokut Tribe announced that the Tachi Palace Casino Resort has completed the first phase of its hotel room renovation project. When completed, all 255 guest rooms will be remodeled and upgraded. The first phase of the renovations will be open to the public starting Friday, Nov. 19.
The rooms were thoughtfully styled with a Native American theme, and The Tachi-Yokut Tribe basket weave designs are featured on all the headboards in each room. Guests will appreciate innovative enhancements including flat screen TV’s and additional USB charging ports throughout the rooms. Special privacy switchable glass has been installed, which allows for guests to see inside the bathroom when turned off and switched to a frosted appearance when turned on.
Other enrichments include completely redesigned bathrooms with walk-in showers, new bathroom and entryway floor tiles, new sinks, Kohler shower kits and faucets and all of the carpet has been replaced in the main living areas.
“We are very proud of all of the renovations that we have done, and we are excited for our guests to see the new rooms,” said Michael Olujic, General Manager of Tachi Palace Casino Resort. “It was important to us that the design in the rooms honor the Tachi-Yokut Tribe and Native American cultures and heritage.”
The hotel room remodel is just one of numerous projects at Tachi Palace Casino Resort. Earlier this year, a renovated Coyote Entertainment Center was unveiled. The Yokut Gas Station is undergoing a renovation with new pumps, additional slot machines, expansion of the convenience store and additional restrooms with showers. The casino is also adding a new 30,000 sq. ft. Yokut Hall for bingo and events. Yokut Hall is slated to open later this winter.