The completion of the new six-story hotel marks the halfway point on a US$175 million expansion, expected to be finished by fall.
US.- Graton Resort & Casino’s US$175 million expansion in Sonoma, hit its halfway point after it placed the final beam of its new six-story, 200 room hotel.
Owned by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and operated by Station Casinos, the resort opened in late 2013 along the northwest edge of Rohnert Park. Graton Resort & Casino is one of the five largest casinos in California, with 320,000-square-foot.
The resort expansion was designed by Friedmutter Group and includes a six-story, 200-room hotel with a bar and lounge, a 10,000-square-foot spa with a resort-style pool and 20,000 square feet of event and convention space. Hotel rooms will be slightly larger than average at 500 square feet with suites up to 2,600 square feet. The hotel will also have banquet-style catering available with the capacity to cater an entire wedding as well as poolside food service for guests.
With US$800 million already invested in the casino, this further expansion brings the costs of the whole project to nearly US$1 billion.