Osage Nation to open new casino

November 13, 2023

The new casino will boast a 102-room hotel.

The Osage Nation will open its second casino in two months on Thursday 16 November 2023. The casino resort is located at 1803 US 60.

The grand opening of its latest casino, Osage Casinos Bartlesville, will also include a ribbon-cutting at 10am to mark the official opening of the casino. After the ribbon cutting, the facility will be open to the public.

Osage Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear will welcome visitors to the celebration. Osage Casinos Bartlesville is located about three miles west of downtown Bartlesville.

The casino stands at 153,151-square-foot, sitting on 125 acres of land with a 102-room hotel. Additionally, the new casino has 6,000 square feet of meeting space, a pool, hot tub area, patio, a parking lot and over 521 slot machines.

Osage Casinos now operates seven gaming and entertainment properties across Osage County in Oklahoma.

Other Osage Casinos (alongside Bartlesville) include: Osage Casino Hominy, Osage Casino Pawhuska, Osage Casino Sand Springs, Osage Casino Tulsa, Osage Casino Hotel Skiatook, Osage Casino Hotel Ponca City.

Last month, Osage Casinos opened the Osage Casino and Hotel in Pawhuska on October 4. During the time of its opening, the Chief said the Osage Nation is working to open a Bartlesville casino in the coming months.

The Pawhuska property is located not too far from Bartlesville, around 25 miles west, with the facility harboring 47 hotel rooms, a restaurant, 259 slot machines and over 3,000 square feet of event space.


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