An aspiring remodel of the California Hotel and Casino in downtown Las Vegas has been finished, giving new style to its Hawaiian theme, Boyd Gaming Corp. declared Tuesday. "The broad upgrade has given the Ninth Island a current and engaging new appearance," said Steve Thompson, official VP of operations for Boyd Gaming.
New components incorporate a palette of dim and white, with brilliant sprinkles of maroon and an accentuation on an open, vaporous auxiliary plan. The club floor brags new cover, embellishment and light fixtures to make a "present day island vibe," organization authorities said. The valet zone's intonations incorporate wood framing over the roof, sparkly completions and a lavish plant divider on the west end, with an illuminated silver sign that peruses "Mahalo." The lodging enlistment range now has white stone, plated recessed roofs and gold and gem light installations.
Three new nourishment and refreshment ideas appeared at the California this year: Holo – The Happy Bar; the Cal Sports Lounge; and Redwood Steakhouse. Salaam Specialties, which highlights Hawaiian cooking, for example, saimin and oxtail stew, was likewise remodeled. In the lodging's west tower, 435 visitor rooms and 56 suites are being upgraded with new furniture, cover and apparatuses.
"We are glad to keep reinvesting in where our organization was conceived: downtown Las Vegas. The extravagant new look and feel of the California Hotel and Casino will offer our long-lasting visitors a lifted new involvement with the property they cherish," said Bill Boyd, official executive of Boyd Gaming. "It will likewise give first-time visitors another motivator to visit the Cal, and experience our incredible Spirit of Aloha."
Sam Boyd, who lived in Hawaii in the 1930s, opened the Gold Rush-themed California in 1975, however soon forcefully advertised to Hawaiian occupants with shoddy visit bundles and presented Hawaiian-themed occasions, sustenance and stylistic theme to the property. The California venture is a piece of a $100 million activity to rethink and update non-gaming conveniences at Boyd Gaming properties all through the United States, a representative said.
Boyd Gaming Corp., which finished its $380 million procurement of the Aliante in North Las Vegas in September, likewise works the Fremont and Main Street Station downtown and additionally the Orleans, Sam's Town, the Gold Coast and the Suncoast in different parts of the valley. In Henderson, Boyd possesses the Eldorado and Jokers Wild gambling clubs. Boyd has different gambling clubs in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana and Mississippi.