On Dec. 27, Colorado’s gambling landscape welcomed a new addition with the opening of the Chamonix Casino Hotel in Cripple Creek. Full House Resorts proudly announced the launch of this luxurious gaming and hospitality venue. The Chamonix Casino Hotel boasts an array of features including:
- A splendid 300-room hotel offering premium guest accommodations
- An exclusive high-limit slot salon for avid gamers
- A dedicated area for table games
- Chamonix Bistro, a delightful temporary restaurant and buffet
The hotel is set to expand its offerings with more amenities in the near future. Guests staying in many of the hotel’s rooms and suites will enjoy picturesque views of Cripple Creek, Pikes Peak, and the Sangre de Cristo mountains from their balconies.
Located approximately 45 miles from Colorado Springs and 80 miles from Denver’s southern suburbs, the new Colorado casino is interconnected with Bronco Billy’s Casino, also under Full House Resorts’ ownership.
Expanded Offerings at Chamonix Casino Expected by March 2024
In addition to launching its casino floor, Chamonix has opened its parking facilities. The majority of its guestrooms are slated to be available within the next week, with some already up for reservations.
By approximately next month, the casino plans to introduce its exclusive 980 Prime restaurant, under the culinary expertise of renowned Las Vegas chef Barry Dakake. This will be followed by the opening of Ore and Alloy, a standalone jewelry and luxury retail outlet, and the opulent Chamonix Spa. The spa’s features include:
- A rooftop swimming pool and deck
- A serene winter garden
- A spacious workout room equipped with the latest exercise gear
- Eight rooms for massage treatments
- A variety of saunas and steam rooms
Additionally, the spa will offer a full-service salon, providing hairdressing, barber services, and nail care. Come spring, the neighboring Bronco Billy’s Casino will launch Firenze, a new Italian dining experience.
Bringing a Vegas-Style Experience to the Colorado Mountains
As stated in a press release by Full House Resorts:
“Chamonix, named after the renowned French Alpine resort and the location of the inaugural Winter Olympics in 1924, aptly reflects the spirit of Colorado Springs, home to the US Olympic Committee and Training Center.”
The Chamonix Casino Hotel enriches Colorado’s selection of elite Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond resorts. Baxter Lee, the hotel’s general manager, remarked:
“Chamonix stands out as a unique destination in Colorado. It merges the luxury and excitement of a Las Vegas-style casino with the enchanting backdrop of Colorado’s mountains. We’re thrilled to have opened our doors on Dec. 27 and extend a warm welcome to guests from near and far.”
The opening of the Chamonix Casino Hotel in Cripple Creek marks a significant milestone in Colorado’s gaming and hospitality industry. Offering luxurious amenities and a unique blend of Vegas-style gaming in a picturesque Colorado mountain setting, Chamonix is set to become a premier destination for both local and visiting patrons, enhancing the state’s reputation as a hub for high-quality entertainment and leisure.