Pala Casino Spa Resort Opens Million-Dollar Expansion

Pala Casino Spa Resort opened its million-dollar expansion to the hotel today, centeting the additions around dining and gaming areas. 

Now Southern California's largest buffet, Choices has live-action cooking stations for  American, Italian, Asian, Mexican, seafood, soups/salads, desserts and specialty cuisines. Amigo's is Pala's new Mexican eatery, providing ample portions of authentic Mexican cuisine with quick-serve style service. While experiencing cantina style indoor outdoor seating, guests have the chance to overlook the Palomar Mountains. Also new to Pala is Sushi Sake providing a full service sushi bar. Guests can choose between dine-in and grab-and-go options.

With all of the expansions to the hotel, Pala has provided guests with a new casino floor including, a new Poker Room and High Limit Area. The Poker Room features 15 tables, private cage windows and table side dining, and will have an aggressive tournament schedule and jackpot promotions. The High Limit Area is a private "casino within the casino" encouraging guests to raise the stakes with three redesigned, Feng Shui-inspired rooms.

The Slot Room, Table Games Room and exclusive High Limit Lounge are each accessible through a separate entrance of the hotel.


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