The Tulalip Resort Casino in Washington, near Seattle, is set to undergo a major expansion and renovation project. The casino is owned by the Tulalip Tribes of Washington and first opened its doors in 2003. The expansion will include 70,250 square feet of additional floor space and an overhaul of the 192,000-square-foot gaming floor.
The President and Chief Operating Officer of Tulalip Gaming Organization, Marci Fryberg, stated that the expansion and renovation project will set a new standard for quality and excellence in the Pacific Northwest. The tribe is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Tulalip Resort Casino with this new project.
The project will introduce new interior and exterior features and upgrades, with a planetarium-like domed ceiling set for installation above the casino’s Center Bar. The anticipated completion date for the project is the end of 2025.
The Tulalip Resort Casino currently features a 12-story, 370-room hotel and spa, 2,400 slot machines, 37 table games, a bingo room, and a DraftKings Sportsbook. The casino is also known for being entirely smoke-free, a feature that was introduced permanently in November 2020.
In addition to the Tulalip Resort Casino, the tribe also owns and operates the Quil Ceda Creek Casino and Tulalip Bingo & Slots. The Quil Ceda Creek Casino offers 1,500 slots, 16 table games, and a DraftKings Sportsbook, while the Tulalip Bingo & Slots is a gaming parlor with 230 slots and a bingo room.
The anticipated expansion and renovation of the Tulalip Resort Casino is expected to elevate the property to even greater heights and further cement its status as an upscale destination resort in the Pacific Northwest.