Chamonix Casino Hotel in Colorado opens reservations

November 3, 2023

The hotel and casino in Cripple Creek is set to open to the public in late December.

Chamonix Casino Hotel is set to be a 300-room casino hotel that will be situated adjacent to Bronco Billy’s Casino. The hotel will offer fine dining, an over 5,000 square-foot ballroom and a rooftop pool, among other amenities. 

The hotels owner, Full House Resorts, currently operates casino hotels across the country, including The Temporary by American Place in Waukegan, Illinois and Rising Star Casino Resort in Rising Sun, Indiana. Chamonix Casino Hotel will be Full House Resorts’ second location in Cripple Creek, with the first being the aforementioned Bronco Billy’s Casino. 

The location offers guests the opportunity to explore Pikes Peak, where the surrounding natural landscape offers hiking, fishing and fossil hunting. On the location and the upcoming opening, GM of Chamonix Casino and Hotel Baxter Lee said, 

“We are so incredibly proud and excited to unveil this beautiful property. Cripple Creek is an area with a rich history that we wanted to honor with this new property. We set out to create a casino and hotel that the residents of this town can be proud of. I’m excited to officially open our doors in December and show off all our hard work.” 

The company has seen several recent successes including its revenue boost of nearly 35% in Q2 2023, yet despite the news of the upcoming Chamonix Casino Hotel stock prices remain down, with prices at $3.75 on November 2 compared to $4.27 the same time the month before.  

Reservations for hotel rooms at Chamonix Casino Hotel are currently open, with the venue to open to the public on December 26, 2023.  


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