FLAGSTAFF - The Navajo Nation plans to build a $180 million resort, spa and
casino near Twin Arrows located about 25 miles east of Flagstaff. Its ground
breaking will be this fall. Construction will take about one year, and the grand
opening will be fall 2011.
Bob Winter, chief executive officer of the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise, said
the resort-casino will be a three-story structure with a Las-Vegas-style casino,
a 150-200 room hotel, a golf course, restaurants and a native arts and crafts
"We're looking to make it a place where people can stay and be comfortable and
do many things other than game," Winter said. He expects it to attract tourist
headed to the Grand Canyon or to other nearby places of interest.
Twin Arrows is located on Interstate 40 east of Flagstaff in the southwestern
corner of the Navajo Nation.
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