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US – Full House opens Chamonix Casino Hotel in Colorado

By - 2 January 2024

Full House Resorts opened its newest gaming destination – Chamonix Casino Hotel. Chamonix’s stylish new casino and luxurious 300-guestroom hotel effortlessly blend Colorado comfort with classic European elegance over the Christmas period.

It is located in historic Cripple Creek, approximately 45 miles from Colorado Springs and 80 miles from Denver’s southern suburbs. Chamonix is adjacent to – and integrated with – Bronco Billy’s Casino, also owned by Full House Resorts.

Chamonix features an elegant casino floor, with a wide variety of the newest slot machines, a high-limit slot salon, and the state’s most elegant table games area. Many of Chamonix’s hotel guestrooms and suites offer balconies and sweeping views of Cripple Creek, Pikes Peak and the spectacular Sangre de Cristo mountains.

Chamonix has opened its entire casino, a portion of its 300-guestroom hotel, and its convenient valet, garage and surface parking. It will operate a temporary restaurant (Chamonix Bistro) and buffet in its elegant meeting room area. Within a week, the Company expects to open the balance of its guestrooms. In approximately one month, Chamonix plans to open its high-end 980 Prime restaurant, featuring the cuisine and supervision of Las Vegas celebrity chef Barry Dakake. Shortly thereafter, Chamonix will unveil Ore and Alloy, its freestanding jewelry and luxury retail store, and its opulent Chamonix Spa. The spa features a rooftop pool and deck; winter garden; large workout room with modern exercise equipment; eight massage rooms; and an assortment of saunas, steam rooms and other amenities. The spa also offers a full-service salon with hairdressers, barbers, and manicure and pedicure capabilities. In the spring, the adjoining Bronco Billy’s Casino will introduce its new Italian restaurant, Firenze.

Chamonix is named after the “Queen of Alpine” resorts in France, located at the foot of Mont Blanc and site of the first Winter Olympics in 1924. The name is particularly appropriate, as Colorado Springs is home to the U.S. Olympic Committee and Training Center. Our Chamonix destination in Colorado will add to the region’s century of high-end hospitality, which includes the world’s longest-running Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond resort.

“Chamonix is a special place, unlike any other casino hotel in the state. It offers a high-end, Las Vegas experience in our beautiful Colorado mountain setting,” said Baxter Lee, General Manager of Chamonix Casino Hotel. “We are overjoyed to open Chamonix’s doors on December 27 and to welcome our friends from Colorado and beyond.”

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