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Harrah's Rincon Casino

Owned by the Rincon San Luiseno Band of Mission Indians and located in the spectacular Palomar mountains of San Diego County, this much anticipated expansion put the casino resort in a position to be considered one of the premiere destination resorts in the Golden State.  The addition included a 21-story tower that tripled the property’s hotel capacity to 653 rooms.  The hotel features a total of 104 suites including 36 end suites with private patios and fabulous mountain views.  Another added feature was a 7,500 square foot spa and state-of-the-art fitness center.  The existing low-rise structure was also upgraded with 12,000 square feet of expanded gaming floor, a 2,000 square foot gift shop, new porte cochere and a variety of interior improvements.

The hotel’s second level floor is a 12-inch mild reinforced concrete slab while the upper floors are constructed of 8-inch post-tensioned concrete.  The tower’s lateral force resisting system features special reinforced concrete shear walls supported on a concrete pile cap and driven steel H-pile foundation.  The low-rise casino is constructed of steel with ordinary steel braced frames and is supported on spread footings. 
 

Project Information
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Cost: 
$168 Million
End Date: 
June, 2004
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