Twin Arrows Casino
The Twin Arrows Casino Flagstaff is Navajo Nation's flagship casino. The
resort's official name is Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort.
The Twin Arrows Casino Flagstaff held Grand Opening ceremonies Friday, May
24, 2013. Attorney Mike Bielecki said before construction started "Twin
Arrows will be the Navajo Nation's flagship casino." His statement
has proven top be accurate.
The Twin Arrows Casino Flagstaff officially began construction with the
March, 2011, groundbreaking ceremony. Attorney Bielecki stated “Our vision is
a resort as well as a casino, It will be a nice hotel, a nice casino. but It
will not be like those in Las Vegas. Casinos get big and ugly when they’re
across the street competing with each other in an area the size of a postage
stamp. It’s counter to our marketing to be like that. We will take a quality
The Navajo Nation built the $200 million resort and gambling facility near
the Twin Arrows exit off of Interstate 40.
The Twin Arrows Casino Flagstaff is much more
than a gaming facility. Tribal leaders envisioned a four
star resort hotel and casino with
restaurants and live entertainment.
Tribal leaders also anticipate eventually adding
at least one golf course and other outdoor entertainment facilities.
The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise is charged with the development and
operation of the Navajo casinos...
Nation Gaming Enterprise
The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise
(“NNGE”) is a Navajo Nation-wholly owned business entity created by
the Navajo Nation in September 2006. NNGE is authorized by the Navajo
Nation to develop and operate Navajo casinos in accordance with federal
and Navajo Nation laws, as well as the negotiated Navajo
Nation-applicable state compacts (New Mexico and Arizona). NNGE’s
long-term plan is to build approximately 5 to 6 casinos within the
Navajo Nation. NNGE’s goals include to create jobs in the Navajo
Nation relating to the casino industry (such as casino operations,
restaurants, hotels, golf course, tourism, construction, etc.), support
development of small businesses that provide goods and services to the
Navajo casinos and related businesses, and to generate gaming revenues
for the Navajo Nation government. NNGE’s Mission Statement is
“Developing a Navajo Gaming Economy".”
"NNGE opened its first Navajo
Casino on November 19, 2008 – Fire Rock Navajo Casino in Church Rock
Chapter, Navajo Nation (near Gallup, New Mexico); its second Navajo
Casino on October 13, 2010 - Flowing Water Navajo Casino in Tsé Daak’áán
Chapter, near Shiprock, Navajo Nation (New Mexico)."
"NNGE plans to open the Northern Edge Navajo
Casino in January 2012 within the Upper Fruitland Chapter, Navajo
Nation, (near Farmington, New Mexico); and the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino
Resort in August 2013 within the Leupp Chapter, Navajo Nation (near
Flagstaff, Arizona). The groundbreaking for the Northern Edge Navajo
Casino was held
The Twin Arrows Casino Flagstaff architect's
rendering gave us the first impression of how the casino and hotel
would look. As shown in the photo at the top of this page, the
facility is very attractive and inviting.
Twin Arrows Casino News and Information
August 12, 2014
Leaders from tribe, Glendale break ground on $400 million casino
GLENDALE – Leaders of the Tohono O’odham Nation and this West Valley
city broke ground Thursday on a $400 million casino resort that has been
the subject of lawsuits and legislation to block it.
While opponents have objected to the West Valley Resort and Casino
being within a city, Ned Norris Jr., chairman of the Tohono O’odham
Nation, said the development is on land that his people are allowed as
reparation for flooding caused by the Painted Rock Dam, built on the
Gila River caused in the 1960s.
“It is the work of generations of nations’ leaders, the result of
a long struggle to turn a great wrong into a new opportunity for our
people and for all of Arizona,” Norris said. listen
The U.S. Department of the Interior has declared the recently
purchased property to be tribal trust land.
Leaders of other tribes have said the casino violates an agreement
among tribes as well as the 2002 gaming compact that Arizona voters
approved in 2002. Norris said that isn’t the case.
“The West Valley Resort is not an expansion of gaming but a
fulfillment of our rights that the voters of Arizona approved,” he
A Tohono O’odham Nation news release said the casino will provide
more than 3,000 permanent jobs and generate economic benefits of more
than $300 million each year.
The site lies between 91st and 95th avenues along West Northern
Avenue. Construction is expected to take 16 months.
The project weathered 14 lawsuits over five years as well as
opposition from Glendale leaders. Recently, however, Glendale and the
tribe finalized the agreement that will provide the city more than $25
million over 20 years.
In July, U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake introduced a bill to
block the casino by preventing any new casino from being built in metro
Phoenix area. It’s a companion to a bill sponsored by Rep. Trent
Asked for comment on Thursday’s groundbreaking, neither McCain’s
nor Flake’s office responded, while Flake’s office send this
statement: “Senator Flake continues to believe that off-reservation
casinos violate the spirit of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.”
Across the street from the reception, Pamela Mott, a member of the
Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation northeast of the Valley, held a sign
saying, “Be Honest And Keep The Promise.” She and several others
from the tribe held a demonstration against the casino.
“I’m all for jobs and economic boost too, but we gotta do it the
right way,” said Mott, the tribal council treasurer. “Breaking
promises isn’t the right way.”
Timothy L. Joaquin, chairman of the legislative branch for Tohono
O’odham Nation, said people who argue that his tribe signed an
agreement not to build a casino in metro Phoenix are misled.
“We never made that promise; that’s the reason why we are moving
forward,” he said.
By Carlene Reyes
August 12, 2014
Arizona Daily Independent
Tribal Gaming has contributed more than $1 billion in gaming
Tribal Gaming has contributed more than $1 billion in shared Tribal
gaming revenues to Arizona over the past 11 years. The historic
achievement was recorded in the first quarter of FY 2015, according to
the Arizona Department of Gaming.
July 16, 2014
Twin Arrows Earns AAA Four Diamond Award
Two Arizona casinos and a restaurant are shining brighter, thanks to
AAA. The full-service travel agency recently bestowed Twin Arrows Navajo
Casino Resort in Flagstaff with its prestigious Four Diamond award. Vee
Quiva Hotel & Casino in Laveen and Che-Ah-Chi restaurant in Sedona
also earned the Four Diamond rating.
“These properties have exceeded the expectations of the most
discriminating traveler – the AAA inspector,” said Linda Gorman,
director of communications and public affairs director for AAA Arizona
who oversees the program in Arizona. “Earning the Four Diamond award
is one of the highest accolades in the travel industry.”
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort and Vee Quiva are the only AAA Four
Diamond properties in Flagstaff and Laveen.
The Diamond Rating system is the only system that covers the United
States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. It is also one of only two
that conducts physical, on-site evaluations by anonymous inspectors. On
average, AAA inspectors evaluate nearly 900 hotels and restaurants per
year in Arizona. This contributes to the evaluation of more than 58,000
establishments annually nationwide.
July 7, 2014
The Navajo Post
Local Navajo Chapters look to Conservation Planning
Chapter and local community organizers plan to address
climate change and water woes the Navajo and Hopi Nations face at a
Summit that will be held on July 8 at the Twin Arrows Casino and Resort
“What makes this so extraordinary is that Dennehotso Chapter, led
by chapter president Frank C. Yazzie is utilizing its Local Governance
Act (LGA) certified status to plan, collaborate, and foster partnerships
between Navajo chapters,” said Stephanie Le-Charles Hall, Youth
Initiatives Director at Tó Łání Enterprises
Navajo Tacos And The Four Elements
Last week we took a couple of friends to the Twin Arrows Navajo
Casino Resort. They had never been to the resort, so the first thing we
did was take a walking tour of the casino.
They were duly impressed by both the foyer and the casino.
The real purpose of our visit was to try the Navajo Tacos at the Four
Elements Cafe, one of several nice restaurants at the resort. We had
heard the Four Elements Cafe served a very good, traditional Navajo
We came away stuffed and pleased. The service was prompt and
friendly... and the Navajo Taco was better than very good - it was
When someone is in the mood for a Navajo Taco, the Four Elements Cafe
is the place to go.
Camping At Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort
The Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort does not have camping
accommodations on the resort site. Future plans are said to include an
There are no campgrounds near Twin Arrows. There are RV Parks in
Flagstaff, and campgrounds several miles away.
Bart's RV Park near I-40 and Butler Avenue in Flagstaff seems to be
a popular choice.
The closest campground is probably the Canyon
Vista Campground, southeast of Flagstaff, off of Lake Mary Road
The hotel attached to the casino is an alternative to camping, as are
the numerous hotels and motels around Flagstaff..
Gaming Hires Experienced Chief Operating Officer
Derrick Watchman, CEO of Navajo Gaming (The Navajo Gaming Enterprise)
is pleased to announce the recent hire of Brian Parrish as Chief
Operating Officer. Parrish joins an already strong executive team that
oversees operations for Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort, Fire Rock
Navajo Casino, Northern Edge Navajo Casino and Flowing Water Navajo
"In just five years, Navajo Gaming has grown to become a
multi-million dollar enterprise," stated Derrick Watchman, CEO of
Navajo Gaming. “We are at a pivotal juncture and Brian’s gaming and
hospitality expertise, problem solving capabilities and ability to
quickly build rapport and lead our employees will allow Navajo Gaming to
continue moving forward and meet our strategic business goals.”
Parrish brings more than 26 years of professional experience in the
gaming and hospitality industry to his new position at Navajo Gaming. He
previously served as CEO for two casinos, Quechan Casino in California
and Paradise Casino in Arizona. Prior to that, he was COO and Director
of Sales and Marketing for Inn of the Mountain Gods in New Mexico.
His role as COO at Navajo Gaming will include managing gaming and
hospitality operations while structuring workforce growth and
implementing the business plan. Parrish said he considers it a privilege
to be a new member of the Navajo Gaming team.
“I am proud to join Navajo Gaming’s 1,400 employees as we grow
the Navajo gaming and hospitality economy,” Parrish said. “The
properties have great employees, strong community support and showcase
Navajo culture through breathtaking art, architecture and our team’s
Feasibility study underway for
Hopi development along I-40 corridor
Hopi Tribe Economic
Development Corporation to finish Phase 3 of study and present
recommendations to Hopi Tribal Council
The Hopi Tribe Economic Development Corporation (HTEDC) has completed
two phases of a feasibility study for development on Hopi-owned land
along the I-40 corridor from Flagstaff to Winslow, and a travel plaza in
Phase one, which the organization completed around the end of April or
May of last year, took an inventory of the land owned by the Hopi Tribe
and identified areas where economic development would make sense around
the various interchanges along I-40.
Kevin Lombardo, CEO of the HTEDC said the Hopi Tribe owns land at Twin
Arrows, Buffalo Range Road, Two Guns, Meteor Crater and Corey Post Stop.
The tribe also owns 200 acres of trust land in Winslow. He said phase
one of the feasibility study identified two things: which of the pieces
of land owned by the Hopi Tribe could be developed and what is happening
development-wise in Flagstaff or Winslow in the next 10 years.
Arrows Trading Post and Cafe
Photo credit Anthony
Twin Arrows Trading Post was once a primary stop along old Route 66 east
of Flagstaff. Sadly, this
high desert oasis no longer attracts the tourists and truckers. It
closed in 1998 and the buildings have suffered harsh treatment by the
elements ever since.
the twin arrows themselves are such an icon along the "America’s
Mother Road" that in
2009 volunteers refurbished the gigantic 20 foot tall arrows.
the Hopi Tribe wants to rebuild and reopen the Trading Post. The Twin
Arrows exit off Interstate 40
sees a huge increase in traffic, now that the Navajo Nation is operating
the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort just across the freeway.
its day, the
Twin Arrows Trading Post was an important piece of Americana, as pop
historians label it. The business catered to Route 66 travelers by
offering the necessities… souvenirs for the kids, gas, oil, and water
for overheated radiators, plus a café for the hungry. The café was
housed in a distinctive facility called a Valentine
to Russell Olsen’s “Route 66 Lost and Found,” the complex started
as the Canyon Padre Trading Post about 1949. It became Twin Arrows
Trading Post during the 1950s.
the Hopi Tribe can rebuild the Trading Post with some nostalgic accents,
it can again flourish as it caters to America’s travelers.
Native American Times
Hopi Tribe hopes to reopen restored I-40 rest stop
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – It started with the arrows. The iconic
namesakes of Twin Arrows, once reduced to battered telephone poles
leaning into the wind that sweeps across Interstate 40, now glisten red
and gold, new heads and fletchings – tail feathers – in place after
a recent volunteer restoration effort.
But refurbishing the arrows wasn’t so much about public art or
tidiness as preserving a piece of culture and opening up a new economic
portal, both for Flagstaff and the area Native Americans who hope to
return the old rest stop to its former glory.
In its halcyon days, Twin Arrows – a rest stop at exit 219, about 20
miles east of Flagstaff – was a slice of Americana, a gas station,
diner and souvenir central for travelers along the famed Route 66; it
operated for about 60 years before closing in 1998. Well before that, it
was a trading post for the Hopi, who left petroglyphs etched into the
walls of nearby Padre Canyon
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort Grand Opening
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort appears to be making a great first
impression. Comments from guests are very positive. There are many, many
people visiting the casino resort for the first time this weekend, and
they freely share their opinions when approached for a casual
Everyone begins by commenting on the grand building itself, standing
alone and inviting. Many remark on the resort's "air of
luxury". They especially remark on the Navajo art incorporated into
the resort's rotunda and throughout the casino and hotel.
Many are impressed by the casino, and the large number of colorful
slot machines. Others speak appreciatively of the resort's layout. They
like being able to have a fine meal or register at the hotel without
"being funneled through the main casino floor, as at other
places" as one guest commented.
Today, and earlier this month, we visited the resort during daylight
hours... and we were struck by the large size of the facility. On Friday
we visited in the evening. The dramatic layout and lighting as we
approached, makes the scene simply beautiful.
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort seems to be having a successful
Grand Opening, with good crowds and impressive facilities. "Twin
Arrows" as most simply refer to the casino-resort, appears to be
poised to be a long term positive for the economies of the Navajo Nation
and the Flagstaff region.
Twin Arrows Casino Personnel
When we visited the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort last Friday, we
made a special point to talk with resort employees.
We spoke with a broad sample... from security personnel, to hotel
desk employees, to casino dealers and floor employees, to food workers,
to grounds maintenance workers, to marketing representatives.
Friday was the first day these new resort employees had interaction
with the public in their various roles representing Twin Arrows.
We were impressed with the knowledge and courtesy of each and every
one we contacted.
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort began a :soft" opening today.
Providing their well trained, courteous, and friendly staff an
opportunity to interact with guests before the May 24 Grand Opening is a
The facilities are beautiful, there are dining establishments... and
a food court offering a variety of meals - including delicious Navajo
Tacos. The casino's table games are operating, as are the PLENTIFUL slot
We did not tour the hotel and banquet and conference facilities.
However, judging by the rotunda, these facilities are first class.
We were very favorably impressed... as I believe you will be.
Twin Arrows Casino Grand Opening
The Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort will hold its grand opening beginning Friday,
May 24, 2013. Grand opening events will continue throughout the Memorial
The rich and colorful culture of the Navajo People is prominently displayed
in the resort's public areas, including the casino, banquet and meeting rooms,
and hotel. Original art by Navajo artists is featured throughout the resort.
Grand opening events will also showcase the resort's impressive
accommodations, ample gaming facilities, and the array of dining choices.
July 21, 2012
Twin Arrows Casino Construction
Construction of the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino
Resort east of Flagstaff continues to progress.
The casino/hotel/resort is located on the
north side of Interstate 40, near Leupp,
Arizona. This photo shows the current state of
building construction from the south side.
Roads, curbing, drainage, and other infrastructure
is also progressing.
The casino was originally projected to open
this month, but design changes and other
adjustments caused the anticipated completion
date to be revised to the spring of 2013.
January 5, 2012
Nation Gaming Enterprise Chooses Bally Systems Solutions
VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 5, 2012-- Bally
Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BYI), a
leader in slots, video machines, casino-management, interactive applications,
and networked systems for the global gaming industry, today announced that
Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise has signed a master license agreement for Bally
systems solutions following a thorough evaluation of all qualified system
Nation chose Bally’s iVIEW
Display Manager™ (DM) and Elite
Bonusing Suite to add excitement across the casino floor through a
picture-in-picture-style player-user-interface that enables powerful
interactive bonusing events on the gaming devices without interrupting slot
which includes replacement of a competitor’s system at two of the properties,
will occur across the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise’s casinos in the
southwestern United States, starting with Flowing Water Navajo Casino, Northern
Edge Navajo Casino, and Fire Rock Casino. The Navajo’s flagship property,
Twin Arrows Navajo Hotel & Casino Resort, currently under construction in
Flagstaff, Ariz., is projected to open in the spring of 2013.
are dedicated to growing our enterprise for the good of the Navajo people, and
as such, we needed a systems partner who shared the same commitment and had the
core technology solutions to enable us to evolve our operation,” said Derrick
Watchman, Chief Financial Officer of the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise.
“Bally’s commitment to systems is undisputed, and they have invested in
technology that will enable us to take our player-loyalty programs to the next
About Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise
The Navajo Nation Gaming
Enterprise (“NNGE”) is a Navajo Nation-wholly owned business entity created
by the Navajo Nation in September 2006. NNGE is authorized by the Navajo Nation
to develop and operate Navajo casinos in accordance with federal and Navajo
Nation laws, as well as the negotiated Navajo Nation-applicable state compacts
(New Mexico and Arizona). NNGE’s long-term plan is to build approximately
five to six casinos within the Navajo Nation. NNGE’s goals include to create
jobs in the Navajo Nation relating to the casino industry (such as casino
operations, restaurants, hotels, golf course, tourism, construction, etc.),
support development of small businesses that provide goods and services to the
Navajo casinos and related businesses, and to generate gaming revenues for the
Navajo Nation government. For more information, please visit http://www.firerocknavajocasino.com/nnge2011.com.
October 11, 2011
Twin Arrows Casino
March 21, 2011
Ground Breaking For Twin Arrows Casino
TWIN ARROWS, Ariz. — The Navajo Nation broke ground on the Twin Arrows
casino project along Interstate 40 east of Flagstaff today.
A crowd of more than 350 people attended Monday's groundbreaking ceremony.
The first phase of construction on the a $150 million casino is set to begin
in April. A July 1, 2012 opening is targeted.
Navajo President Ben Shelly says tribal officials will hold a job fair to
fill the positions. Hiring preference goes to tribal members.
He says the tribe will rely on county officials for law enforcement and fire
Navajo-Hopi Land Commission
October 15, 2010
The Navajo-Hopi Land Commission has
purchased 400+ acres near the Twin Arrows I-40 exit. The purchase price is
reportedly $7.4 million.
The land is destined to be added to
the Navajo Nation tribal lands, and used for the Twin Arrows Casino
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Savor the many flavors Twin Arrows Casino has to offer. From
exquisite fine dining to a quick delicious bite to eat, we are proud to
offer a variety of dining options that will cater to your every taste.
· Hotel Hospitality Mixer:
Every Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday in Zenith Lounge from 5pm-7pm:
Hotel guests are invited to enjoy complimentary weekly wine tasting.
· Chef’s Three Course Pre fixe Special:
Grilled Shrimp & Polenta appetizer, Choice Fillet with Seasonal
Vegetables & Chef’s Whipped Potatoes
& our Award Winning Dessert - Pinon Pie for $34.95.
All New 9.95 Buffet
July 11AM-11PM Weekends
Open 11AM - 9PM Weekdays
Whole Lobster with Pasta Primavera
- Thursdays in August, 4PM-11PM
Every Thursday – Whole Lobster with Pasta Primavera for $17.95 from
4pm – 11pm (for a limited time only)
All You Can Eat Spaghetti -
Tuesdays starting at 4PM-11PM
Every Tuesday – All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti & Meatballs &
Garlic Bread for $6.95 from 4pm – 11pm
With Players Club Card.
Prime Rib Dinner for $9.95 - Every
Wednesday in August 4PM-11PM
Prime Rib, Baked Potato & Vegetable for
$10.95 from 4PM – 11PM
Must be a Players Club Member to receive discounted price.
Leave your inhibitions at the door and let loose at the Arrows Sports
Bar! Hang with your closest friends; drink a few ice-cold brews and
cheer on your favorite teams. With 19 HDTVs, international beer
selections and a wide variety of delicious appetizers – you’ll feel
like you’re right at the game.
Open 7 days a week.
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Friday:
4:00pm – 2:00am
Saturday & Sunday:
12:00pm – 12:30am
Monday thru Thursday:
12:00pm – 11:30pm
Friday & Saturday:
12:00pm – 2:00am
9:00am – 11:30pm
7 days a week
10:00am – 1:00am
Sundays during NFL
9:00am – 1:00am
Hours of operation may vary with sports schedule during their season
and for special events. Posting will occur in advance as required.
Indulge in the freshest and finest seafood bar around. We take great
pride in each and every dish, made with only the highest quality
ingredients and cooked to order. Enjoy delicious menu favorites
including, freshly shucked oysters, oyster shooters, pasta, sushi and
Once you visit, you won’t ever want to leave!
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Wednesday:
5:00pm – 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday:
5:00pm – 1:00pm
2:00pm – 10:00pm
Treat yourself to something spectacular. Sizzling steaks, fresh
seafood and an incredible wine selection to bring it all together. Stop
by Zenith Steakhouse for a dining experience you won’t forget.
Reservations Recommended (928) 856-7564
Hours of Operation
Monday & Tuesday:
Wednesday & Thursday:
5:00pm – 9:00pm
Friday & Saturday:
5:00pm – 10:00pm
5:00pm – 9:00pm
Monday & Tuesday:
Wednesday & Thursday:
4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Friday & Saturday:
4:00 PM – 10:00 PM
4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Four Elements Café
Take a break from all the gaming action and stop by the Four Elements
Café for a delightful array of homemade favorites - with a modern twist.
Open 24 hours a day. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner
or even a mouthwatering dessert, we’re here to satisfy every craving.
Hours of Operation
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Breakfast begins at 6:00 am, Lunch and Dinner begin at 11:00 am
All Day Menu
Looking for a pick-me-up? The Coffee Bar features a variety of freshly
brewed Peet’s Coffee, to put a little pep in your step any time of day. Sip
on the perfect “cup of Joe” along with a sweet selection of baked goods,
sandwiches, energy drinks and much more.
The Coffee Bar proudly brews Peet’s Coffee
HOURS OF OPERATION
7 days a week, 6:00 am – 2:00 am
Twin Arrows Food
Variety is the spice of life and the Twin Arrows Food Court is no
different. Featuring everything from American and Asian favorites to
authentic Navajo dishes like fry bread and mutton stew. It’s all here
and it’s all made from the freshest ingredients by the finest chefs.
Open 7 days a week
Sunday thru Thursday:
11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Friday thru Saturday:
11:30 am – 12:00 am
Imagine the most relaxing atmosphere wrapped up in magnificent views,
superb cuisine and expert service. Create that perfect escape with Private
Dining from Twin Arrows Casino. Sit back, relax and enjoy a unique dining
experience featuring contemporary classics and traditional Navajo selections
at their finest. Private Dining offers an experience that caters to your
every need, anytime day or night.
Promotions and Programs
Arrows Club - Wednesdays
Eat, Play & Win at Twin!
1PM – 4PM
Guest 50+ years old receive a $1.95 breakfast, earn 50 points get $5
free play plus $100 hot seat drawings every 30 minutes from 1PM – 4PM
Promotion - Seven days a week,
24 hours a day
CDL guests who provide valid ID will receive:
• $5 Free Play
• $2.99 Steak & Eggs
• Complimentary Cup of Coffee at Indulgence Coffee Bar or $2.00 Off
• 10% Off at the Gift Shop.
Sports Bar Happy Hour - Saturday 4PM -
7PM, Sunday All Day
· $3.00 Flagstaff’s Best Well (Smirnoff, Bacardi, Bombay, Four
Roses, Sauza Blue and Cutty Sark)
· $3.00 Domestic & Imported Drafts
· $3.00 Mondavi Coastal Wines
· $3.00 Jameson Irish Whiskey
· $3.00 Crown Royal Canadian
· 50 cent Wings (minimum 6 per order)
Twin Arrows Rewards Club - It
Pays To Join The Club!
Play all your favorite games AND earn valuable points redeemable for
great rewards at the same time! Sign up for the Atsá Players Club Card
and take advantage of the biggest bonuses and the best benefits around.
Membership is fast, free and easy.
Atsá (Eagle) – 200,000+ points earned annually
Sash (Bear) – 100,000 to 199,999 points earned annually
Nashdoi Tsoh (Cougar) – 1 to 99,999 points earned annually
Twin Arrows Gaming
Buckle up and get ready for one wild ride – we’re here to take your
game to a whole new level.
At Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort, we know gaming and we know fun.
Jump on the gaming floor and feel the excitement in every spin of the reel
and every shuffle of the deck. Experience all the thrills 24/7. And no
matter what game you play, you can find it here.
The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise is dedicated to responsible gaming,
if you feel you need help please call 1-800-GAMBLER.
Table Games - GO ALL IN TO WIN!
Whether you like Texas Hold ‘em, Pai Gow Poker, Blackjack, Spanish
21, Three Card Poker or War, we’ve got a table open just for you. Pull
up a seat at your favorite game and let the action begin. And don’t
forget to check out the easiest card game on the floor, Casino War. So
put your game face on and go all in on fun!
Live Keno - FEELING LUCKY?
Your KENO action is here, so keep your eyes on the prize. Choose your
numbers and enjoy the nonstop thrills as you go for the big cash prize!
Sunday thru Wednesday: 8:00am – 12:00am
Thursday thru Saturday: 8:00am – 2:00am
SLOTS - REEL IN ALL THE ACTION!
Play more than over 1,100 of the newest slot machines with
denominations starting from a penny up to high stakes $25! Twin Arrows
Navajo Casino Resort is proud to provide you with the luckiest and
hottest games around. And don’t miss any of the mystery progressives
available only at Navajo Casinos. With so many incredible choices, you’ll
be yelling “JACKPOT” in no time!
Poker Room - ANTE UP. GET DOWN!
Practice your best poker face, grab your shades and enjoy Texas Hold
‘em action just like the pros. From Bad Beat’s to all-in jackpots,
Twin Arrows Casino offers exciting daily tournaments and heart-pounding
cash games - all week long. Grab a chair, ante up and experience poker
thrills unlike anywhere else!
Twin Arrows Hotel
Escape the ordinary and immerse yourself within the serene view of the
San Francisco Mountains. Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort is Northern
Arizona’s premier casino resort destination. In fact, we’ve been voted
“Best Casino Resort Destination of 2013” by the readers of Experience
Twin Arrows not only provides the finest gaming experience in Northern
Arizona, but we also offer a luxury hotel complete with all of the amenities
and essentials you may need to enjoy your stay.
With well-appointed guest rooms (available in three configurations),
gourmet dining, culturally infused casual dining, a fitness center, heated
indoor pool and over 10,000 sq. feet of state-of-the-art meeting space, we
are sure to have your every necessity covered
Whatever You Want, We’ve Got It!
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort provides everything you need to make the
most of your stay. Our employees strive to exceed your expectations and
create memorable experiences with warm and friendly smiles.
Take advantage of our 24-hour complimentary valet parking with a unique
Then, relax in one of our lavish rooms featuring contemporary décor and
a breath-taking view of the mountains. Each room features the latest
technology in room entertainment, complimentary high-speed wireless internet
and a 24-hour room service.
Indulge in a variety of dining options! With unique restaurants, a
24-hour café, sports lounge and food court, there’s new flavors for you
to try every day!
Hotel guests have complimentary access to our spacious indoor heated
pool, whirlpool, and state-of-the-art fitness center.
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Twin Arrows Casino takes it's name from the I-40 freeway exit. In the days
of Route 66, and for a few years after the freeway replaced the iconic highway,
this was a famed stop.
The Twin Arrows Trading Post is a primary reason the freeway exit exists.
Now long closed and decaying, it was well known for the two gigantic arrows
(made from full size telephone poles) that beckoned tourists.
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