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Isleta Resort & Casino Additions & Renovations

Isleta Resort & Casino Additions & Renovations

The project entails a series of renovations and additions to the existing casino and resort. The renovations will encompass the Porte Cochere and exterior upgrades, the Main Entry, and Players Club. The addition includes a 30,000 square foot space housing a Bingo Hall with 400 seats, a Triple Seven Saloon with 300 seats, a Poker room, food service facilities, and support facilities. Furthermore, the existing Bingo Hall will be transformed into a state-of-the-art Showroom with seating for 2,500 people in a theater-style setting. This renovation includes new finishes, enhanced sound and lighting systems, improved acoustics, and beverage service options. The casino floor will undergo a redesign, aiming for a lighter and brighter ambiance with clean lines, featuring a new High Limit room and Non-Smoking slots room.

The project also involves the development of new Food & Beverage venues, including a Bar & Grill, a Food Court accommodating three vendors with 150 seats near the casino floor, and upgrades to the existing Embers restaurant along with other food outlets. The Spa area will be upgraded with new finishes in the men's and women's spa rooms, front desk, and waiting rooms with an entirely new design, materials, and colors. The corridor leading to the Spa will also see improvements with new design elements, video monitors, and music. The Hotel Lobby will undergo a transformation, replacing the existing carpet with Tribal colors flooring, and redesigning the front desk area. Additionally, lighting improvements will be made to the parking lot for enhanced safety and visibility.

A new Central Plant will be constructed, and the existing HVAC systems will be replaced to ensure better efficiency and performance. Lastly, the project will conclude with a re-roofing of the existing casino to address any roofing issues and ensure structural integrity.




Architectural Design


Albuquerque, NM


30,000 sf

Project Team

Project Architect | Larry Anderson

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