Cypress Bayou Announces $20 Million Dollar Expansion Plan

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Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel announced the beginning of Project Cypress, a $20 million dollar renovation and expansion over the next year that will include new gaming, restaurant and shopping experiences.

“70% of this project will spent in this region, making it an investment into our local economy. We are proud of this dedication to local vendors in bringing this project to fruition.”

Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel announced the beginning of Project Cypress, a $20 million dollar renovation and expansion over the next year that will include new gaming, restaurants and shopping experiences.

“This opportunity will spring us forward to the next level and give us the ability to offer the same level of quality, but with a newer and more modern feel,” said Anthony Patrone, CEO and General Manager of Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel. “70% of this project will spent in this region, making it an investment into our local economy. We are proud of this dedication to local vendors in bringing this project to fruition.”

“From their beginning, Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel has created jobs for this community and given back in so many ways. Through their vision, they are expanding and the continued success of Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel is good for St. Mary Parish. I look forward to working with them in the years to come,” said David Hanagriff, St. Mary Parish President-elect.

The renovations will include the new Café Delphine, which will take the place of Café Bayou; the new Bizzute’s Gift Shop; and Mabel’s Kitchen, which will offer guests quick bite from hamburgers, to sandwiches, to salads and much more.

The hotel’s expanded pool area will house a pool bar, lazy river, and poolside cabanas. Guests will notice an upgrade to the interior of the casino, as well as a new high limit area.

“The Chitimacha Tribe is proud of the growth of our enterprises and Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel has proven to be a business that provides good jobs for hundreds of people of Acadiana. We are excited about this expansion. The continued growth of the casino also affords us the opportunity to be able to give back to so many in this region, something we look forward to doing for many years to come,” said O’Neil Darden, Chairman of the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana.

For more information and to stay up-to-date on the progress of these changes, like us on Facebook, call us at 1-800-284-4386, or visit our website at cypressbayou.com.

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