On Oct. 30, the Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe of Enterprise Rancheria opened the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain in Yuba County. It is being run in a partnership with Hard Rock International and features a 150,000 sq. ft. casino, 200-room hotel, outdoor pool and deck, six restaurants, fitness center, and meeting rooms.
Jon Lucas, chief operating officer of Hard Rock International, said, “We are extremely excited that Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain is able to open its doors to locals, travelers, and lovers of the Hard Rock brand. The development of the property has been such an amazing endeavor, and we could not have done it without the incredible partnership between the Enterprise Tribe and the Seminole Tribe of Florida.”
Glenda Nelson, chairwoman of the Enterprise Tribe Rancheria, added, “This project is the first of its kind, with two tribes joining together to bring this integrated resort to life. We are proud of our partnership with Hard Rock and the Seminole Tribe, and we are enthusiastic to continue collaborating to provide guests with an unparalleled entertainment destination experience.”