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Full-Scale Renovation Coming To Turtle Creek Hotel

Aug. 15, 2022

A large-scale hotel renovation at Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel featuring a new lobby design and complete update of all 137 guest rooms and suites will begin September 6. The hotel will be closed during the expected 10-week renovation, with guests directed to Grand Traverse Resort and Spa.

Every surface in the guest rooms will be redesigned and microwaves and refrigerators added. Design and structural enhancements to the lobby will include three front desk portals, open-air lounge area, and a Creek Boutique selling convenience items. The renovation is being completed with the assistance of Grand Rapids-based Fuller Design.

Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel are owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians.

“From the addition of soaker tubs in the suites to the luxury beds and linens, this renovation will continue to keep us at the forefront in Michigan gaming and accommodations,” said Johnny Barrientoz, General Manager of Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel.

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