MRAID renovates meeting space of Belterra Casino Resort in Indiana

Belterra Casino Resort
Belterra Casino Resort was renovated by MRAID.

Belterra Casino Resort, located in Vevay, Indiana, completed the renovation of over 55,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. Upgrades included all-new carpeting, new wall fixtures and sconces, and new seating.

Involved in the renovation was Montgomery Roth Architecture and Interior Design (MRAID).

The resort now has Wi-Fi at speeds up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps). The meeting and convention space renovation is part of a three-year $15 million capital project which included renovations to all of Belterra’s hotel rooms, three new restaurants, updated common areas and cosmetic updates on the casino floor.

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Belterra Casino Resort has a 38,000-square-foot casino on two levels with more than 1,500 slot machines and 46 table games, including a live poker room and high limit slots and tables. The property also has 608 guestrooms and suites, 55,000 square feet of business meeting facilities, six food venues, a 1,600-seat entertainment showroom, health spa, salon, five retail shopping boutiques and an 18-hole Tom Fazio-Designed championship golf course. Belterra Casino Resort & Spa is owned and operated by Pinnacle Entertainment Inc.

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