Sycuan Casino Resort receives fifth AAA Four Diamond Rating

April 12, 2023
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For five consecutive years, the property has passed inspection and been awarded for its upscale features.

Sycuan Casino Resort has received the AAA Four Diamond Rating for the fifth year in a row. Sycuan has achieved this rating since 2019, when it opened its first resort hotel in San Diego.

After Sycuan’s $260m expansion, its property includes a 12-story hotel tower with over 300 guest rooms and 57 suites, as well as a full-service spa, pool, fitness center, and casino floor with more than 2,300 slot machines and 54 table games.

To be awarded a Four Diamond Rating, interested properties must pass AAA's live evaluation of the premises. AAA inspects and reviews nearly 27,000 hotels throughout a year, but only 6.3% attain the Four Diamond designation.

AAA has stated that for a hotel to earn a Four Diamond Rating the establishment must be “upscale in all areas.” According to the organization, categories in which a property must excel include: rooms and accommodations, style of décor, full-service restaurants, architectural features, additional amenities and its degree of hospitality, service and attention to detail.

Rob Cinelli, General Manager of Sycuan Casino Resort, said, "We are incredibly honored to receive the AAA Four Diamond Rating for five years in a row. We have a beautiful property, gaming and amenities, but what truly sets us apart from others in the area is our hardworking team.

“We are committed to providing our guests with the best possible experience and we strive to make every guest feel like they're family each time they visit."

Sycuan has also recently partnered with both San Diego Loyal Soccer Club and MMA’s Cage Warriors organization.


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