Seven Clans Casino in Red Lake to unveil hotel renovation

The Red Lake location of the casino has renovated its hotel, which will soon be open to the public.

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BEMIDJI — Red Lake Gaming Enterprises announced in a press release the completed renovation of the hotel in their Seven Clans Casino at the Red Lake location. The newly refreshed hotel will be open to the public beginning Sunday, March 6.

“We are delighted to announce the reopening of our Seven Clans Casino, Red Lake and Hotel,” said Roxanne Brun, general manager of the Red Lake location. “We welcome back our guests to enjoy our hospitality in our newly renovated rooms.”

The renovations amounted to $1.7 million dollars, and included a complete overhaul of each of the hotel’s 40 bedrooms which now feature new furniture, carpeting, wallpaper and more. The renovations were completed by Julkowski Inc., a company based in Roseville, Minn.

The press release went on to invite new and returning guests to “experience a refreshed, comfortable hotel stay” while enjoying the venue.

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