Initial photo renderings of the new hotel being built at the Snoqualmie Casino were revealed on the casino’s website last week.
Slated to open in early 2025, the new hotel is the main component of a massive $435 million expansion at the casino.
Plans also included an additional 11,000 square feet of gaming floor space, an immersive full-service destination spa, fitness center and indoor pool with outdoor deck, an expansive 2,000-seat entertainment venue that includes over 30,000 square feet of meeting space, a new onsite parking structure, and two new restaurants.
Additional photos of the hotel are planned to be added online over the next few months. Plans also include the addition of 3D tours of the lobby and rooms.
According to a press release, the hotel’s design includes subtle details inspired by Snoqualmie culture, such as a modern slant roof hotel design that represents the longhouses of the Tribe’s ancestors and the carefully chosen artwork placed throughout the resort.
The new hotel will be the second owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe, who has owned the Salish Lodge and Spa since 2019.
In June, Snoqualmie Tribal Chairman Robert de los Angeles said the new hotel would help continue advancing the Tribe’s goals of providing education, healthcare and housing to its members, while also allowing them to give back to the community.