Pechanga Resort and Casino Reaches Milestone in Expansion Project


Expansion Project pic

Expansion Project

Elected to the Tribal Council of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians in 1992, Mark Macarro has led as tribal chairman since 1995. Among his achievements during this time, Mark Macarro has played a key role in the growth of the Pechanga gaming interests.

In May of 2017, the Pechanga announced it had reached the midpoint of a $285 million expansion project at the Pechanga Resort and Casino. Scheduled for completion in December, the project will add 568 rooms, a two-story spa, a pair of restaurants, and several other amenities to what is already California’s largest resort and casino.

Located in the Temecula Valley, the Pechanga Resort and Casino welcomes guests interested in enjoying a range of entertainment options. Along with casino games, guests can listen to live music at the concert theater or play golf on the 18-hole course. In addition, guests have the opportunity to schedule meetings and events in the property’s hundreds of thousands of square feet of indoor and outdoor space.

Pechanga Resort and Casino is owned and operated entirely by the Pechanga people. Since opening to the public in 2002, the resort has won the AAA Four Diamond Award and earned distinction from USA Today as the Best US Casino.