Kewadin Casinos Announces Phase Two of a Multi-Million-Dollar Upgrade Project

Kewadin Casinos will soon start a complete interior renovation and remodel of the Kewadin Casino Hotel 268 room hotel tower in Sault Ste Marie. This interior renovation project, is slated to start mid-January of 2024 and is phase two of the already-announced multi-million-dollar exterior upgrade project currently underway. Phase one will give Kewadin Sault Hotel tower a fresh new exterior while phase two will bring brand new hotel rooms. Kewadin Casinos has hired IDI (Integrated Designs Inc.) for architecture and engineering services and Gundlach Champion to provide construction management services for this project.
“While our guest’s experience is of the utmost importance to us, we also recognize the need to revitalize our flagship property which provides revenue to support services offered by our Tribe and within our local communities,” said Kewadin Casinos CEO Allen Kerridge. “Soon, along with a premium gaming experience, our guests will have that same experience at our newly renovated hotel in Sault Ste Marie.”

To minimize the impact this will have on their guests, the renovations will be completed in phases. Running concurrently, exterior renovations are expected to end in Winter of 2024 and interior will be
completed by Winter of 2025. Kewadin Casino Sault Ste Marie will remain open for the duration of this

“We’re proud to be one of the first casinos in Michigan to open. We celebrated our 38-year anniversary this year and our 40th anniversary will be celebrated in a completely modernized hotel – both inside and
out. We’re excited to see the new changes within our hotel and to watch our guests experience us for
the first time all over again,” said Kewadin Sault General Manager Dana Schlehuber

2 thoughts on “Kewadin Casinos Announces Phase Two of a Multi-Million-Dollar Upgrade Project

  1. Paid for by many suckers. Nobody cares about this gouging outfit, especially while there are many other crucial things going on that are a hundred times more important. You would have to be hard up for news to print stuff like this from another country.

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