Tribal Organization: Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians
SOBOBA CASINO RESORT
23333 Soboba Road
San Jacinto, California 92581
(866) 4 Soboba
A MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT is underway at Soboba to build a replacement casino and resort within a mile of the existing casino. The new "Soboba Casino and Resort" will open in early 2019.
The earliest opening date for Soboba's new resort is the third week of February 2019.
Soboba Casino has operated in a tent structure since it began in 1995. Then in 2017 construction began on a new replacement casino with a 200-room hotel. The location is Gilman Springs and Lake Street adjacent to The Country Club at Soboba Springs. This is less than a mile from the existing casino.
When completed, the new casino resort will replace the older tent-structure casino and offer these new features:
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Soboba Casino is owned and operated by the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians. It is located south of I-10 in the foothills of the San Jacinto Mountains.
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Open 24 hours daily
140,000 square-foot casino
Smoke free ventilation system
2,000 slot machines
32 table games
6 Deck Blackjack
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King's Bounty Progressive Blackjack
Royal Match Double Deck Progressive Blackjack
Ultimate Texas Hold'em
Three Card Poker
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Soboba Cafe - open 24 hours daily, casual dining
Coffee Kiicha - open 24 hours daily, coffee house
AC's Lounge - features full cocktail bar and three giant HD flat screens including the Sobobatron. Seats up to 300 guests
HWY 10 East to Beaumont Exit, HWY 79 to Ramona Expressway, left to Lake Park, right on Soboba Road.
HWY 215 South, exit Ramona Expressway, east to Lake Park, right on Soboba Road.
HWY 215 North, exit Ramona Expressway, east to Lake Park, right on Soboba Road.
January 14, 2019
As final work nears completion, the Soboba Casino announced it was making preparations for the grand opening celebration at the new Soboba Casino Resort in the third week of February.
Local community members from the Chamber of Commerce and the Riverside County Sheriff's office have visited the new casino for a preview.
The Hemet San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce is planning a golf tournament as part of the grand opening celebration. The group will also sponsor the Reverse Drawing, a fundraiser event with a $10,000 grand prize.Back
August 14, 2018
During the first quarter of 2019 the new Soboba Casino is scheduled to open. The new building will be six stories tall and offer a resort with 200 guest rooms. The casino resort is owned by the federally recognized Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians.
The new casino resort will replace the original facility that is smaller. The original casino building first opened in 1995.
32 gaming tables and 2,000 slot machines will be offered at the new casino. The casino building is 474,000 square feet. There will also be a pool, a bar in the lobby, a cabaret lounge, conference and meeting rooms, banquet space, and a center for fitness. Dining options include a food court, noodle restaurant, a cafe open 24 hours, and a coffee shop.
The gaming compact between the tribe and the state is what determines the amount of games that can be in operation at the casino.
It is located on land that is 37.5 acres and nearly one mile from the original gaming facility. Close to the Country Club at Soboba and next to the Soboba Springs Golf Course. About 85 miles from downtown Los Angeles.
Plans for the new casino resort were announced in 2015.
Groundbreaking took place last year in February.
The topping off ceremony was held in December 2017. During the ceremony, three white beams where placed on the top of the frame that made up the six story hotel. The beams where signed by tribal members, employees of the casino, and workers of the construction team.Back