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Caesars Entertainment recently announced their plans to open its first non gambling hotel in the sunny area of Scottsdale, Arizona. The hotel is scheduled to break ground during the second half of 2019. According to the press release, the property will be located at the intersection of Goldwater Boulevard and Highland Avenue, across the street from the Scottsdale Fashion Square.

The hotel will be rated four stars, will be developed by HCW Development and operated by Aimbridge Hospitality. Although the property will be managed by a third party management company, Caesars Entertainment will still have a say with regards to the design. The structure will be 11 stories high and will offer a whopping 266 guest rooms with a mixture of king, double, queen and various suites, including a bridal suite. The property will also feature a rooftop pool, bar, fitness center, and a 7,000 square foot ballroom.

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Seth Teitelbaum

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