Menominee Casino Resort plans expansion
October 29, 2009
KESHENA - The Menominee Casino Resort has begun the first phase of a $67 million
expansion project to improve its gaming, hotel, and conference space.
"We're trying to be a full-fledged resort," said James Reiter, the casino
The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin decided to build the project in phases
The hotel will be upgraded from 2-star to 3-½-star AAA rating. A conference
center with a large ballroom will be added for up to 800 people. There will be
five smaller meeting rooms. Construction will cost $23.5 million and be
completed about December 2010.
The casino will have a new gaming floor with more than 100 slot machines and a
non-smoking gaming area. There will be two new restaurants and a bingo hall plus
a new entertainment center with 1,200 seats. The hotel will add 50 guest suites.
The Menominee Casino opened in 1987 and the hotel was built in the mid-1990s.
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