The wait is over. The former Capri Hotel has a new avatar as Red Deer Resort & Casino, now open for business. This isn’t just another casino; it’s a blend of Alberta’s deep-rooted culture and modern entertainment, all thanks to the O’Chiese Business and Investment Centre.
If you’re thinking about a weekend getaway, Red Deer Resort & Casino could be the place. With 241 hotel rooms, the venue is geared up for visitors. Those in town for business or events will find the 15 meeting rooms and a 53,000-square-foot conference center quite handy.
For those itching to try their luck, the gaming area is sprawling at 38,000-square-feet. It packs in 349 slot machines, 16 gaming tables, and, for those who like the finer things, 2 VIP tables.
George Yammine, the big boss at the O’Chiese Business and Investment Centre, is upbeat about what this means for Red Deer. “This is more than a casino. It’s a chance to spark new jobs, pull in businesses, and put Red Deer firmly on the tourist map,” he remarked.
Adrian Strawberry, who oversees hotel operations, couldn’t hide his enthusiasm, “The team’s put in the hours, and now we’re ready. It’s time to show guests what we’ve built.”
With Red Deer Resort & Casino now in play, Alberta’s entertainment landscape just got a little more interesting.
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