Cahuilla Casino Hotel moves past coronavirus setback, gets ready to open

In this Thursday, March 5, 2020 file photo, Melissa Asmus, director of operations for Cahuilla Casino Hotel, inspects one of the new gaming tables in the new gaming room. The casino will open Wednesday, May 27, nearly two months after its initially planned opening date. (File photo by Andrew Foulk Contributing Photographer) After roughly year and a half of work, the Cahuilla Band of Indians thought they would be ready to celebrate the opening of their new resort property, the Cahuilla Casino Hotel , on April 2, but the spread of the novel coronavirus forced them to make other plans instead.

To protect the safety of their guests and employees they closed their original casino property on March 18 still hoping they could open the new replacement property in just a couple weeks. That didn’t happen either: The tribe late…s boopvodfe uibu uif pqfojoh pg uif ofx qspkfdu xpvme cf qptuqpofe voujm gvsuifs opujdf.

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