Nation | Tribe: Hannahville Indian Community
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Island Resort & Casino is located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The casino offers 1,200 slot machines, traditional table games, a poker room, bingo and a sportsbook.
The property includes a 320-room hotel with the Drift Spa, an RV park with 42 spaces, eight food and drink venues, a 1,315-seat live entertainment theater and two 18-hole golf courses.
Island Resort & Casino is owned and operated by the Hannahville Indian community, a band of the Potawatomi Nation.
From 2015-2017 Island Casino and Resort invested $8 million in expansion and renovations that added a new spa on the second floor of the hotel, a new sports bar, and a second golf course named Sage Run Golf Club.
In January 2020 the Island Resort and Casino announced a new $33 million expansion project to add 138 hotel rooms, a roof-top restaurant, a pool and water park, and convention space. Construction is scheduled from June 2020 to mid-2021.
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Open 24 hours daily
18 and older may gamble
55,000 square foot casino
Open at 10AM daily
Blackjack, Craps, Spanish 21, Three-Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold'em, Let it Ride and Roulette
Poker Room - non-smoking room, table-side food and drink service
Regular sessions are Wednesday - Saturday at 7:00 PM and Sunday at 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM
Island Showroom - 1,315-seat theater
Club Four One - free, live entertainment
5 Bridges Steak & Seafood House
5 Bridges Pub
Coral Reef Grille
Signature Subs & Pizza
T. McC's Sports Bar
Coffee & Bakery Shop
Custard & Ice Cream Shop
314 guest rooms and suites
Sweetgrass Golf Club
Named "Best Casino Course" and "Best Course You Can Play" by Golfweek & GOLF Magazine.
Sage Run Golf Club
Ranked among Golf Digest's America's Best New Courses
September 13, 2020
The new sportsbook at Island Resort and Casino in Harris opened Thursday prior to the NFL Thursday night football game. The casino is the first in the Upper Peninsula to open an onsite sportsbook, and the ninth in the state to open.
Sports bets can be placed in the T.McC's Sports Bar inside the casino. Tony Mancilla, Island Resort and Casino general manager, expects to draw sports fans from a wide geography including Wisconsin.
"The Green Bay market is a big sports market and we will be the closest to them. I think it will have a big effect with traffic and people who want to bet on the NFL. It's exciting in that sense, and for the U.P. with having the largest market here. A sportsbook is something people have been asking for."
- Tony Mancilla, Island Resort and Casino general manager
May 6, 2020
Island Resort and Casino in Michigan is reopening today after voluntarily closing March 21 to slow the spread of COVID-19. Although the reopening is opposed by Gov. Whitmer, the casino is located on the sovereign reservation land of the Hannahville Indian Community and is not subject to executive orders or state regulation.
Island Resort and Casino will open in phases beginning with slots and bingo plus limited food service. Later this month the hotel and golf course will reopen. Additional features will open at later dates.
To ensure the safety of customers and employees, new health and cleaning procedures will be implemented. At each entrance a worker will check the temperature of customers and employees as they enter. No one with a temperature over 100 degrees will not be allowed in. Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the resort. Face masks are not be required but will be offered to guests.
January 21, 2020
The Island Resort and Casino will break ground in June on a $30 million construction project to add 100 new hotel rooms, an upscale restaurant, a pool and water park, and convention/meeting space. Construction will take about 12 months to complete.
Here is a description of the project from the press release of the Hannahville Indian Community:
"The Hannahville Indian Community Tribal Council approved a $30 Million expansion of the Island Resort and Casino to include over 100 hotel rooms. In response to high customer demand, the addition is to be connected to the south end of the current eleven (11) story Palm Tower complete with three (3) guest elevators and lobby. A high end dining venue, as well as convention space is planned for the top floor. The expansion also includes a pool with water park features for kids and young adults under 18."
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