Cache Creek Casino Resort is celebrating the second anniversary of their hotel casino during the month of June. The casino resort is owned and operated by the Rumsey Band of the Wintun Indians, the resort employs nearly 2,500 people, making it the second-largest employer in Yolo County.
General Manager Randy Takemoto says that since opening, hotel and casino operations have been cultivated to provide a superior experience for both guests and employees.
The 74,720-square-foot casino has more than 2,600 slot machines and 118 table games. There are two entertainment venues: the 20,000-square-foot Event Center and Club 88, an intimate cabaret-style lounge.
The adjacent hotel features 200 luxury rooms; an elegant, full-service spa; and eight themed restaurants. The Cache Creek Golf Club is currently under construction and is scheduled to open in spring 2007.
Designed by renowned former PGA pro Brad Bell, the course covers approximately 165 acres and is nestled in a secluded valley about one half mile behind the resort.
The resort has also planted 11 acres of wine grapes and will have its first harvest this fall. The viognier, syrah and cabernet grapes will be sent to nearby R.H. Philips Winery to be blended in many of their varietals.
Environmentally sensitive, the resort powers a good deal of its property with solar energy from a field of more than 1,000 ASE 300 series modules. It produces electricity equivalent to the requirements of about 73 homes a year and will do so for at least the next 25 years. Also, Cache Creek recently converted its vast kitchen system from propane to natural gas and established an extensive recycling system.
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