Cahuilla Casino to go through remodeling

The California casino will undergo changes and it will expand its services.

US.- The California casino located near San Diego, Cahuilla Casino, announced that the facility will go through remodeling and it will feature more slot machines, along with being host of national entertainment.

According to Bruce McClure, general manager of the casino, the entranceway will also feature steel pillars and it will resemble a mine shaft entrance. The casino owned and operated by the Cahuilla Band of Indians in California has gone through several changes since McClure assumed as general manager earlier this year. “We hope the new entrance will be completed in about five weeks. I think people will like it,” he added.

The 14,000 square foot casino that is open every day features more than 400 slot machines and hosts a regularly scheduled game and dining promotions and slot tournaments. It also offers a bar and a restaurant.