Tachi Palace Casino Resort holds ribbon cutting after renovations

May 26, 2023
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General Manager of the property says no corner of the casino was 'left untouched' during upgrades.

Tachi Palace Casino Resort, in Lemoore California, held a ribbon cutting this week to unveil its new, fully renovated property with refreshed and updated amenities. The venue now offers two additional bars, a redesigned Table Games Pit area and has expanded the overall size of its property.

Tachi Palace offers both a Casino of the Moon, with 60,000 square feet of gaming space designed with a relaxing theme, as well as a Casino of the Sun, with 80,000 of brighter gaming space meant to excite visitors. It is located midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles.

The casino has over 2,000 gaming machines as well as table games and bingo. The venue also offers a 255-room resort hotel, a spa, live entertainment, bowling, movie screenings and an arcade.  

Michael Olujic, General Manager of Tachi Palace Casino Resort, said, “Tachi Palace is excited to unveil our new look, with no corner of the casino left untouched. The updates made throughout the property enhance the luxury of our ultimate four-star getaway destination.”

Members of the Tachi Yokut Tribal Council led the ribbon cutting alongside the Tachi Palace leadership team.

Olujic also said, “Tachi Palace continues to offer high-quality accommodations in a beautiful and relaxing location. The recent property-wide renovations solidify us as a fun and relaxing retreat.”

Fellow Californian Tribal gaming destination, Jamul Casino, has also begun renovation and upgrades on its related boutique hotel. Jamul is located six hours south of Tachi Palace in San Diego.

California’s Governor Newsom also recently signed a new bill, which will support Tribal gaming by allowing a measured expansion of cardrooms over the next 20 years in the state.

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