Chumash Casino Resort Hotel and Spa To Close For Four Months For Renovations

The remodel will be the first project of its kind the property has undergone since it opened in 2004 and will include new fixtures, furnishings, carpets, drapes, and high-tech upgrades including 40-inch high-definition TVs.
“Guests who experience the newly transformed hotel will still find the same impeccable service and outstanding comfort, but with the added benefit of beautiful surroundings and the newest state-of-the-art amenities,” said executive director of hospitality for the Chumash Casino Resort Hotel John Martino in a statement.
During the closure, the tribe will offer free shuttle service to the casino from its two hotels in Solvang.

The Chumash Casino Resort Hotel and Spa in Santa Ynez, California will be closing for approximately four months while the property undergoes a major renovation on its 89 guest rooms and 17 luxury suites.
According to the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, which own the Southern California casino, the property will be opening again on December 20. While they did not disclose the exact cost of the project, it will be a multimillion-dollar endeavor.