Talking Stick Resort to open early 2010
September 28, 2009
PHOENIX - The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community have confirmed their
Talking Stick Resort will open in early 2010.
"Talking Stick will be high quality, four-star in nature, where the strategy
will be that lodging, dining, gambling and entertainment all play into the same
game," said Diane Enos, the tribal president. "We've always run a top-notch
operation and this will be another exciting opportunity to showcase what we do
Here is a summary of highlights at the Talking Stick Resort:
The casino features more than 900 casino slot machines, more than 50 poker
tables, 50 blackjack tables, a keno lounge. Talking Stick Resort will be home to
the annual Arizona State Poker Championship.
The 15-story hotel will offer 500 deluxe rooms and 12 luxury suites. There will
be a business center, rental cars, three retail outlets, and a
13,000-square-foot luxury rejuvenation spa.
Several restaurants will serve a variety of cuisines from upscale dining to a
seafood bar to a multi-station international buffet.
Venues include 10 lounges and a 750-seat showroom.
The Conference Center has more than 100,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor
meeting space, 24 meeting rooms, a 25,000-square-foot grand ballroom, and a
Includes multiple championship golf course options.
Two garages will offer surface and valet parking. Shuttle and limo service will
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