This may be the first hotel to give away 100% of its rooms as perks. The typical
Las Vegas casino hotel has 3,000 rooms and gives away about 450 of them to
gamblers. This encourages people to stay longer and gamble more. The rule of
thumb is for the rooms to be worth about 10 percent to 25 percent of what a
high-roller patron will spend gambling.
"Our studies determined there's no traffic impact," said Joe Navarro, head of the 292-member San Pasqual tribe's casino business group. An environmental report says gamblers would stay the night rather than travel the roads after playing in the casino. Navarro says this means the tribe will not have to deal with traffic issues on nearby roads. The report further states that issues of aesthetics, air quality, noise, and transportation are minor and can be resolved.
A public meeting on the proposed hotel is scheduled at 6 p.m. March 13th at the Valley View Casino Events Center, 16300 Nyemii Pass Road, Valley Center.
The environmental report is available at the Valley Center Library.
VALLEY VIEW CASINO
16300 Nyemii Pass Road
Valley Center, CA 92082
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