Is Talking Stick Casino reopen?

We are pleased to announce Talking Stick Resort will reopen for business on Monday, September 24, 2018. After the dedicated work of staff and skilled contractors, the necessary repairs were made to restore the property’s electrical system and other areas.

Is Talking Stick Casino currently open?

The casino floor will be open and feature all of your favorite table games, slots, keno, and updated safety features. Designated staff will regularly clean and sanitize the slot machines, casino chips, tables, chairs, and handrails.

Do I have to wear a mask at Talking Stick Casino?


Guests are required to wear a mask when inside the property. If you do not have a mask, we have them available for your use. For security reasons, a mask covering the entire face is prohibited.

How many slot machines does Talking Stick Casino have?

We feature more than 900 state-of-the-art, multi-denominational play slots, where you are bound to find your favorites! You’ll be happy to find many high-limit and penny slots, offering the ultimate casino experience. We’re always adding new and exciting games at Talking Stick Resort.

Is Talking Stick having fireworks?

Talking Stick Resort & Casino Arizona

Talking Stick Resort and Casino Arizona will both be offering dining specials and fireworks during the holiday weekend. Reserve a table by the window and have the best seat in the house to see the Salt River Fields fireworks light off while enjoying your meal.

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What tribe owns Talking Stick Casino?

The Salt River-Pima Indian Community has a real estate footprint in this city, 20 minutes east of downtown Phoenix, that makes the 67-acre CityCenter look like a strip mall. The tribe has built a “cultural and entertainment destination.”

How much did it cost to build Talking Stick Resort?

According to the proposal, the total cost is $234.9 million, with taxpayers picking up $150 million. The City says the money would be raised through a 2 percent tax on rental cars and a 1 percent tax on hotel rooms.

Can you smoke in casino AZ?

Talking Stick Casino and Casino Arizona, both situated along Loop 101 near Scottsdale, will temporarily implement temperature checks for guests, ban smoking and require that all guests wear masks. Guests or employees who have temperatures at or above 100.4 degrees will not be allowed entry.

Can you smoke at Desert Diamond Casino?

Desert Diamond Casino and Entertainment | Arizona Casinos. our guests and team members by playing it safe. Tucson, Sahuarita and West Valley are now non-smoking. Face masks are required at all times.

Which Course at Talking Stick is better?

Talking Stick’s North Course seems to have a links style due to its deep bunkers and the opportunities to bump and run your ball onto large greens. The North has a more treeless and waterless landscape but with more strategic options and more risk-reward holes. Many golf design aficionados prefer the North.