Island Resort & Casino has completed a $33 million expansion of its hotel and steakhouse. Now he is working on a sports bar.
USA.- The Island Resort and Casino, located on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, has completed a $33 million expansion on time and within budget. The project includes 128 new rooms and suites, an elite steakhouse and a water park.
New amenities were added to the property just three years after an $8 million investment in a new spa, the addition of a second golf course, the renovation of the Hannaville Bingo hall (the property originally opened as a community bingo hall more than three decades ago) and the main Entrance.
The Island Resort & Casino, owned and operated by the Hannahville Indian community, is currently in the process of developing the area next to the T. McC’s Sports Bar and creating a new betting shop, which is expected to be completed by early May.
General Manager Tony Mansilla said:
“Most casinos in Michigan and northern Wisconsin are getting smaller due to a number of factors, such as online games and lotteries. But we just keep growing. There is a demand for it, and we are satisfying it.”
Expansion plans were announced in January 2020, just a few months before the restrictions of Coved-19. Due to the pandemic, the resort was closed for six weeks. Island Resort & Casino was one of the first gaming establishments in the United States, reopening in May 2020.
Source: Focus Gaming News