Full House Resorts, which also owns and operates Bronco Billy’s Casino in Cripple Creek, recently announced the “topping off” of its Chamonix Casino Hotel property, which signifies the completion of the building’s structure. Chamonix, which will be connected to Bronco Billy’s, is expected to open in the second quarter of 2023.
Here’s what visitors to the Chamonix Casino Hotel can expect once it opens.
“A New Level of Elegance and Comfort”
Named after the famous resort in the French Alps, The Chamonix Casino Hotel will bring the first luxury guest rooms to Cripple Creek with nearly 300 four-star and VIP suites. The addition of these hotel rooms will nearly double the current staying capacity in Cripple Creek.
Beyond the luxury guest rooms, Chamonix Casino Hotel will also feature a fine dining experience, which is being designed to “attract culinary travelers” from across the state, according to its website.
Additional amenities at Chamonix will include a full-service luxury spa and beauty salon, a rooftop pool, and extensive meeting and convention space. The rooftop pool will be heated and overlook Bennett Ave.
Although the plans for the Chamonix gaming area have yet to be finalized, there will be nearly 32,000 square feet of gaming space combined between the Chamonix Casino Hotel and Bronco Billy’s Casino. This amount of space could accommodate nearly 1,000 slot machines.
The current plans for Chamonix don’t seem to include a retail sportsbook, although Full House Resorts does have in-person betting at locations in other states. The casino developer and operator has online sportsbook partnerships as well, including Circa Sports and WynnBET.
Other Full House Resort Properties
Bronco Billy’s Casino wasn’t Full House Resort’s first rodeo. These are the other properties owned and operated by FHR.
- Grand Lodge Casino in Incline Village, Nevada
- Rising Star Casino Resort in Rising Sun, Indiana
- Stockman’s Casino in Fallon, Nevada
- Silver Slipper Casino Hotel in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi
FHR is also nearing the opening of a temporary casino in Waukegan, Illinois. The company will operate a casino-in-waiting equipped with 1,000 slot machines, 50 table games, restaurants and a bar until the permanent casino, called American Place, opens in 2025.