The Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mount Pleasant will be reopening at 8am on June 1st, according to a press release from the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe.
The reopening comes before Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s stay-home order expires June 12, but with a variety of safety precautions in place meant to protect employees and guests.
According to the press release, new safety measures and policies at the casino will include face masks, a smoking ban and temperature checks at entrances with either infrared cameras or no-contact thermometers, enforcing social distance guidelines in how slot machines are positioned, requiring people to wash their hands, reducing food-and-drink services to reduce face-to-face contact and maintaining a rigorous cleaning schedule.
Even though Soaring Eagle will be open to the general public in June, the tribe says some amenities will opening at a later date which include the Aurora Buffet, Siniikaung, Isabellas, Water Lily, valet service, shuttle service, coat check, the spa and salon, the pool and hot tub areas, poker games, tour bus groups and concerts. At Saganing Eagles Landing, amenities to open at a later date include shuttle service, coat check, the pool and the fitness center.