Gateway Is Celebrating Its 25th Birthday With Renovation
Gateway Casinos & Entertainment is celebrating its 25th birthday, and to mark this important milestone, the gaming and entertainment operator plans to renovate the Grand Villa Casino Burnaby, also known as the Grand Villa.
The “birthday party” will include the renovation the gaming floor, a new look for the Delta Hotels Burnaby Conference Center and public spaces, as well as the opening of new restaurants.
The company revealed this project would bring 75 new jobs, while the whole investment was worth $15 million.
New Experiences and Benefits
Tony Santo, Gateway Chief Executive Officer, said the ambitious renovation project would bring even more incomparable customer experiences to Grand Villa and Delta Hotels Burnaby.
Mayor of Burnaby, British Columbia, Derek Corrigan the renovation would bring many new attractions that customers and visitors would welcome, and that Burnaby citizens would enjoy both the new venues and the economic benefits and jobs the renovation would provide.
Corrigan added the Grand Villa and Delta Hotels Burnaby had become a very successful entertainment and accommodation venue in the city, and also an important part of the local community. He was confident Burnaby citizens would enjoy both the new venues and the economic benefits and jobs the renovation would provide.
Work Is Underway
The renovation of the gaming floor has already begun. New carpets have been installed, along with the improvements to the Poker Room and the addition of more games. All 195 hotel rooms and public spaces at the Delta Hotels Burnaby Conference Center, located next door, will be given a makeover.
The venue will not be closed during the renovation, with minimal disruption to visitors and staff.
Chow restaurant has already gotten things rolling, while Atlas Steak + Fish will be fully operational by the end of the month.