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Tulalip Resort Casino given AAA Four Diamond Award

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TULALIP, Wash. – Tulalip Resort Casino, in the Pacific Northwest, has been honored with the AAA Four Diamond Award. Nationally recognized as one of the most coveted symbols of excellence in the hospitality industry, the AAA Diamond Rating System describes a property’s level of service, comfort, cleanliness and safety.

“It is an honor to be recognized with this prestigious award,” said Ken Kettler, president and COO of Tulalip Resort Casino. “This Four Diamond Rating is a reflection of our staff’s hard work and dedication to excellent customer service.”

“We thrive on providing our guests with Tulalip hospitality, and receiving this award is a result of the attention to detail that we demonstrate in providing each guest with a first-class experience,” added Brett Magnan, executive vice president of Tulalip Resort Casino.

According to AAA, “Four Diamond Award winners know the language of quality as they consistently deliver a luxury experience, complete with a high level of service, amenities and impressive surroundings.” AAA Four Diamond hotels represent less than four percent of the more than 31,000 AAA Approved and Diamond Rated properties.

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Of the 328 hotels in western Washington, only five percent received the AAA Four Diamond Award in 2009, placing Tulalip Resort Casino among the region’s top-rated hotels. AAA Four Diamond Rated properties must be upscale in all areas; accommodations progressively more refined and stylish; and physical attributes reflective of an obvious enhanced level of quality throughout. The fundamental hallmarks at this level include an extensive array of amenities combined with a high degree of hospitality, service and attention to detail.

Tulalip Resort Casino features 370 guest rooms, including numerous specialty suites, such as the 3,000-square-foot Tulalip Suite, designed to accommodate any level of corporate entertaining; the 2,000-square-foot Player’s Suite with a professional-size pool table, dart board, arcade games and professional sporting memorabilia; the Technology Suite offering guests leading-edge hotel and entertainment technology; and two Asian-themed suites designed on the principles of feng shui with a Northwest flare. All standard rooms at the hotel boast granite counters, dark African wenge wood trim, 47-inch flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, sleek triple-head showers and floor-to-ceiling windows. Authentic tribal art, valued at more than $1 million, is incorporated into the hotel’s sophisticated interior design.

Tulalip Resort Casino also boasts 30,000 square feet of meeting and reception space, including the largest ballroom north of Seattle; T Spa, an elegant, 14,000-square-foot, full-service spa offering an earth-inspired menu of services, men’s and women’s lounges equipped with rainwater showers, cedar sauna and eucalyptus steam rooms; the Oasis Pool, featuring a grand staircase leading to the pool and lush garden foliage; five dining options, headlined by the award-winning Tulalip Bay, where Chef Dean Shinagawa incorporates flavors of the islands with the finest Northwest products to create an exceptional dining experience, and featuring an intimate wine room lit by a handcrafted chandelier by world renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly; and Mpulse Lounge, a sophisticated Las Vegas-style night club.

For reservations call (866) 716-7162 or visit www.tulalipresort.com.