The Osage Nation of Oklahoma November 16 opened its second casino in two months: Osage Casinos Bartlesville, with a ribbon cutting and grand opening, Tulsa World reported.
Osage Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear welcomed visitors to the festivities.
The casino, which is located on 125 acres, has 521 slots, a 102-room hotel and more than 6,000 feet of convention space. It is about three miles west of Bartlesville.
In a press release the tribe declared, “Another exciting new property for Osage Casinos, the Bartlesville casino and hotel will generate revenue, entertainment, and engagement to the community.”
Last month, 25 miles away, the tribe opened the Osage Casino and Hotel in Pawhuska. It has 47 hotel rooms, a restaurant, 259 slot machines and over 3,000 square feet of meeting space.
Osage Casinos, founded in 2002, is governed by the Osage Nation Gaming Enterprise Board.