Washington: Snoqualmie Casino Unveils First Renderings Of Upcoming Hotel

Washington: Snoqualmie Casino Unveils First Renderings Of Upcoming Hotel

Washington’s Snoqualmie Casino has released the first renderings of its future luxury hotel. Targeting an early 2025 opening, the property is expanding to add a new 210-room hotel; an additional 11,000 square feet of gaming space; a full-service spa; a fitness center and indoor pool with an outdoor deck; an expansive 2,000-seat entertainment venue including over 30,000 square feet of meeting space; a new onsite parking structure; and two brand new restaurants.

Front desk with view of Mt. Si

Each week over the next few months, Snoqualmie Casino will add additional images to its website, with 3D tours of the lobby and a standard room scheduled to release toward the latter weeks of the reveal, reports Living Snoqualmie.

While guests of the Snoqualmie Casino’s future expansion will see and experience new upscale amenities, they will also notice subtle details inspired by Snoqualmie culture, officials for the casino noted. From the modern slant roof hotel design that represents the longhouses of the Snoqualmie Tribe’s ancestors to the carefully-chosen artwork placed throughout the resort, guests will enjoy “state-of-the-art comfort alongside a gentle homage to the Tribe.”

Standard guest room

The Snoqualmie Casino expansion plans were first announced earlier this year. In May, the Snoqualmie City Council unanimously approved the Fifth Amendment to the Agreement Between the City of Snoqualmie and the Snoqualmie Tribe for the Provision of and Sewer Utility Service to the Tribe’s Initial Reservation and authorized the mayor to sign. The Fifth Amendment authorizes increases in the quantity of wastewater flow and load services provided by the City to the Snoqualmie Tribe for the hotel and expansion of the Snoqualmie Casino.

At the time, the Tribe said it was committed to keeping the dollars slated for the project within the Puget Sound region by hiring local contractors, creating new development and employment opportunities for those from the Native American community, and offering new jobs for residents of the King County area.

Standard guest bathroom

“From construction through completion, as the Snoqualmie Valley’s largest employer, the Snoqualmie Tribe will bring an estimated 500 new job opportunities to the region,” the Tribe said at the time.

“With our sovereignty recognized, we have continued to strengthen and preserve our cultural traditions, protecting our sacred places, healing our ancestral lands, and establishing enterprises that allow our Tribe to provide our families with education, health care, and housing while also giving back to the community,” said Snoqualmie Tribe Chairman Robert de Los Angeles back in May. “This next period of growth at the Snoqualmie Casino allows us to continue advancing those goals.”