Sycuan Casino Resort's Retreat Pool & Cabanas set to open March 24

March 23, 2023
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The retreat in El Cajon, CA will be open every day from 9am to 6pm for its hotel guests.

Sycuan Casino Resort recently announced that its venue Retreat Pool & Cabanas is set to open on March 24. The retreat in El Cajon, CA will be open every day from 9am to 6pm for its hotel guests.

Day passes will also be available, though limited in number. Guests can purchase these passes both online and in-person at the retreat’s hostess stand.

Sycuan notes that this location features two pools, a lazy river, hot tubs and other amenities. Its Pool Bar & Grill serves Latin American, Caribbean and Tropical food.

The location will offer poolside gaming, and later in the season will be the site for events such as The River and Industry Mondays. Night swims happen every Friday and Saturday, and Sycuan promises to provide details for additional events soon.

Visitors must be 21 or older to enter the pool. Guests can reserve their own cabana or daybed by visiting Sycuan’s website for reservations.

First opening in 1983, Sycuan Casino Resort has since become one of the largest facilities of its kind in the greater San Diego area. It recently expanded its property, which now features 57 luxury suites and more than 300 guest rooms.

On the casino floor, guests can expect to find 54 table games and over 2,300 slot machines. The casino and resort stays open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The company last reported annual revenue of $106.8m, which is its peak revenue amount. It currently retains 1,250 employees across a variety of departments.


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