Full House Resorts, Inc. Cuts the Ribbon on Chamonix Casino Hotel

Full House Resorts, Inc. has been happy to confirm the arrival of its latest gaming destination that will bring together the well-established company tradition for innovative experiences and its advanced understanding of excellent accommodation practices.

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The new property opened doors in Cripple Creek, 45 miles from Colorado Springs, and 80 miles from Denver, making it well-positioned to draw crowds and excite the attention of travelers from far and wide.

The new property is adjacent to Bronco Billy’s Casino, which is owned by Full House Resorts, pointing to early-day synergies between the two properties, which is precisely what the Chamonix property is looking to achieve.

Yet, the Chamonix venue also hosts an elegant casino floor that features tons of slot machines, and a high-limit slot saloon for those players who wish to pursue something more exciting. The venue was also built to offer excellent views to guests which adds to the charm and the desirability of the destination.

Full House Resorts has made sure that the property features all the bells and whistles customary to a good expeirence, including garage and surface parking, a convenient valet, individual guestrooms and more. Chamoni lg777 x is confident that the occupancy rates will be strong from the very start, although it will take some time to gather traction with visitors.

Bringing Visitors from Far and Wide

Meanwhile, there are more worthwhile aspects of the casino and property that will do much to seduce hesitant tourists, owing to the Chamonix Spa and rooftop pool all adding to the comfort and exclusivity of the property.

Commenting on the introduction of the property, Chamonix Casino Hotel general manager Baxter Lee said:

“Chamonix is a special place, unlike any other casino hotel in the state. It offers a high-end, Las Vegas experience in our beautiful Colorado mountain setting. We are overjoyed to open Chamonix’s doors on 27 December and to welcome our friends from Colorado and beyond.”

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