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Cache Creek Casino Offers Quality Entertainment

If you’ve been looking for a little fun and excitement in Capey Valley, you know all about the Cache Creek Casino Resort and its over 30 years of quality entertainment.

Since the service was suspended early in the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Cash Creek Casino has been able to become a better casino rather than catch up to what it was before.

Kari Stout-Smith, General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of Cache Creek Casino, said: “If you haven’t visited in a while, now is the perfect time to come back, as there is so much new and interesting to see.”

The South Tower’s expansion to the property, which added countless new rooms and an event center, ended while there were still a number of severe restrictions, so many people weren’t able to see what was new.

In addition to the new hotel, there is an eye-popping pool and a much-anticipated pair of pools. The South Pool is now open to all hotel guests and offers breathtaking views of the Kapai Valley. The South Pool is accessed from the new South Tower, just off the hotel elevator.

Guests 21 and older can enjoy a quieter pool experience at the North Pool. Features private cabanas, hot tubs and a poolside bar. The North Pool is accessed from his 5th floor in the North Tower, outside the spa.

View from South Pool at Cache Creek Casino Resort. (courtesy)

The spa also serves as one of Cache Creek’s other well-kept secrets. If you are looking for a fine dining experience, we recommend the excellent C2 Steak & Seafood, Enso Sushi and 16 West Bar and Lounge.

“I like to think of Cache Creek as something of a well-kept secret,” Stout-Smith said. “People may not realize how much we’ve grown if they haven’t been here for a few years.

Despite tripling the number of rooms, the casino and its two hotels are still in high demand, and those interested in traveling are advised to book their trips in advance.

A view inside the C2 restaurant at the Cache Creek Casino Resort.  (courtesy)
A view inside the C2 Steak & Seafood Restaurant at the Cache Creek Casino Resort. (courtesy)

Coming August 5th and 6th is Teresa Caputo, the American “psychic medium” best known for her TLC reality television series Long Island Medium. Later that month, on August 27th, she played 70’s Soul Jam feat Stylistics. On October 8th, star comedian Amy Schumer will perform. One month later, Wheel of Fortune LIVE! We will be covering the Event Center on November 12th and 13th.

Combine this event with 1,500 slot machines and tables familiar to Cache Creek visitors and you have all the ingredients for a great time.

One of the things Stout Smith mentions as one of the reasons why the casino is in such a great location is the help and support from the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation.

“The Tribe is incredibly fair and steadfast, not just where the business is now, but where it came from and what it might look like in the future,” Stoutsmith said. “It is very different from the majority of business owners. That fact is the icing on the cake.”