Tribal Organization: Chumash Indians
3400 East Highway 246
Santa Ynez, California 93460-9405
Chumash Casino Resort is located on the Central Coast of California in the Santa Ynez Valley. It is between Los Angeles and San Francisco on Hwy 246 in Santa Ynez, CA.
The casino opened in 2004 as a 190,000 sq-ft gaming complex featuring a casino and hotel. A $100 million expansion and upgrade was completed in mid-2016 adding 60,000-sq-ft to the gaming floor and a 215-room, 12-story hotel tower.
100 million expansion and upgrade completed in 2016
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Tower 1: 4-stories, 106 guest rooms including 17 luxury suites
Tower 2: Newer 12-story tower with 215 hotel rooms and a rooftop pool .
October 16, 2018
Final approval has changed the current gaming compact between California and the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians allowing the tribe to offer off-track betting at their Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez.
As of now, there are not any concrete plans to add the game to the casino. However, the tribe wanted the compact to at least give them the option to add it later if they wished to. Other tribal casinos are currently offering the game.
The original gaming compact between the tribe and state went into effect in 2015. The amendment would allow for satellite wagering venue to be built inside the tribe's casino. This off-track venue would allow for guests to bet on horse races.
On August 02, Gov. Jerry Brown signed the amendment. On August 28, it was voted approved by the state Senate. On August 28, it was passed by the Assembly.Back
February 08, 2018
The Chumash Casino Resort Hotel and Solvang's Hotel Corque have been awarded the AAA Four Diamond Award. The award is given yearly by the American Automobile Association. It is given in recognition to North America's and the Caribbean's finest hotels.
The Chumash Casino and Resort has received the award for every year for the last 14 years. Hotel Corque has received the award yearly for the last 7.
The award is given to a very elite group of hotels. The total is only 6.1 percent of the hotels that the AAA inspects will be eligible for the award.
In order to qualify, the hotels must achieve the highest level of service and hospitality. The offerings need to be upscale and stylish. Attention to detail is a must.
There are 320 guest rooms at the Chumash Casino Resort Hotel. Of those, 58 rooms are suites. There is a pool deck on the roof. Also a full service spa.
Hotel Corque offers 122 guest rooms. This includes 17 suites. There is also space for events or meetings that can take indoors or out.
AAA uses professional inspectors to survey they properties. The criteria is based on what travelers have been asking for.
There are only a few hotels that have received the Four Diamond award from AAA for multiple years in the Santa Ynez Valley.
Both the Chumash Casino Resort and Hotel Corque are owned and operated by the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians. The tribe also owns two gas stations, Root 246 and the Hadsten House.
Over 2,000 Santa Barbara County residents are employed by the tribe at one of their properties. This makes them the largest employer in the area.