BAY ST. LOUIS — Full House Resorts is celebrating the “topping off” of its new 142-room hotel at the company’s Silver Slipper Casino property in Bay St. Louis. Community leaders, employees and investors have been invited to attend a special ceremony on-site at the property.
Andre Hilliou, chairman and CEO of Full House, said, “We are on schedule to open in the first quarter of 2015 and this topping off is an important step in completing what is sure to be a fantastic addition to the Silver Slipper. From the moment we purchased the Silver Slipper it was our intention to build a first class hotel tower to welcome our loyal customers and invite new guests from further distances who will now have the option to stay overnight at our exciting casino on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi.”
Full House owns, develops and manages gaming facilities throughout the country. The Rising Star Riverboat Casino in Rising Sun, Indiana, has 35,000 square feet of gaming space with approximately 926 slot and video poker machines and 30 table games. The property includes 294 hotel rooms, a pavilion with five food and beverage outlets, an 18-hole Scottish links golf course and a large, multi-purpose Grand Theater for concerts and performance events as well as meetings and conventions. The Silver Slipper Casino in Bay St. Louis has 37,000 square feet of gaming space with approximately 940 slot and video poker machines, 26 table games, and the only live Keno game on the Gulf Coast. The property includes a fine dining restaurant, buffet, quick service restaurant and two casino bars. Stockman’s Casino in Fallon, Nevada, has 8,400 square feet of gaming space with approximately 265 gaming machines, four table games and a keno game. The company also operates the Grand Lodge Casino at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino in Incline Village, Nevada, on the north shore of Lake Tahoe under a lease agreement with the Hyatt organization.
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