Nation | Tribe: Yavapai-Apache Nation
555 Middle Verde Road
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
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New 6-story tower hotel opened Feb 23, 2018
122 guest rooms and suites
For hotel detail, see News Article.
1 mile east of I-17 on Middle Verde Rd
February 09, 2018
On Friday February 23, 2018 the Cliff Castle Casino Hotel will celebrate the grand opening of the newly completed expansion project. The casino hotel is owned by the Yavapai-Apache Nation. The casino is located in Camp Verde, Arizona.
This is a large economic achievement for the Yavapai-Apache Nation.
The hotel will offer 122 guest rooms. The new hotel will offer rooms with double bed, king beds, and suites. The bedding will be from Tencel + Plus. The signature mattresses will be from DreamCatcher. The showers will offer 120 jets of water. Each room will also have a 43" HD TV, Keurig coffee makers, and media hubs.
Other new additions include space for meetings and conferences. An entertainment venue. Starbucks coffee will be available at the new coffee shop. A store for guests to shop at. Plus an indoor pool. The parking garage will have spaces for 300 vehicles.
The grand opening will include a ceremony that will begin at 11 a.m. After that, a there will be entertainment and a meal for the community. This will be located in the Stargazer Pavilion and take place from 12p.m. to 5 p.m. In the evening the Dragonfly Night Club will host Lady Crow Road Show. The live entertainment will begin at 9 p.m. and last until 1 a.m.
The new hotel tower will be Verde Valley's first six story tall hotel. It will provide guests with a convenient way to stay at the casino and also be close enough to visit Sedona and Verde Valley.
Ground was broken on the project two years ago, in January of 2016. The project cost $30 million to complete.
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