Talking Stick Resort has a new way for high-limit gamers to gamble.
Last month, the casino resort opened 89 high-denomination slot machines and 14 high-stakes table games, with décor inspired by the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
“Talking Stick Resort is continuously evolving to give our guests new, exciting experiences while on our property,” says Ramon Martinez, director of public relations of Talking Stick Resort.
The casino and hotel offers 496 deluxe rooms, 11 restaurants and lounges, a world-class spa, a 650-seat showroom, a ballroom, a cultural center, and ample indoor and outdoor meeting space.
The new gaming room is 6,250 square feet and accented with chandeliers, mirrored columns and carpeting matching the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s logo.
The lounge features a mural of Red Mountain, in honor of the Pima and Maricopa people.
“We have long wanted a high-limit room that echoed the energy and style shown throughout the property. This space does that,” Martinez says.
“Players will feel the same exciting atmosphere echoed throughout the property but will have a VIP-like experience.”
The high-limit room will have its own entrance, cage and restrooms.
“Talking Stick Resort has been working on an expansion to the property’s east wing,” Martinez says.
On the second floor, guests can get a taste of the resort’s new Mediterranean restaurant, Tash, which is set to open in January.
On the casino floor, guests can grab a drink at the new Sage Bar, also set to open early next year.
“The resort’s new high-limit room is everything a player could want in one space,” Martinez says.
Talking Stick Resort, 9800 Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, 480.850.7777, talkingstickresort.com.