TOPPENISH, WA (March 12, 2020) – Beginning Monday, March 16, at 4:00 am, Legends Casino Hotel will be closed from 4:00am – 9:00am on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays until further notice.
In a press release, the casino stated, “The health and safety of our guests is our first priority. The Legends Casino Hotel management team has been monitoring the recommendations from health officials closely. Early last week, we instituted additional cleaning throughout the day focused on touch surfaces, enhanced the number of hand sanitizer locations on the property, educated our team members, and posted signs to remind guests of the CDC’s guidelines for prevention.
“This week, we are taking further steps by stepping back from our 24/7 hours. Legends Casino Hotel will now close from 4:00 am – 9:00am every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for the foreseeable future to allow our teams to institute further deep cleaning of the property. Additionally, our buffet will close from 2:00pm – 4:00pm every day to allow our team to deep clean this critical area from top to bottom. Additionally, we are working with our team members today to implement recommended social distancing measures. That will include revised seating configurations in the buffet and food court areas, and guests will be served all food in the buffet.
“It is with our guests and team members health in mind that we take these steps, and updates will be available on our website at https://legendscasino.com/legends-public-announcement. We encourage guests with questions about upcoming reservations, events, or promotions to reach out, but we ask for patience as we take the time to respond to each inquiry. Guests may call us at 1.877.7COME11, private message us on Facebook, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We do request that guests provide details to assist us in resolving questions as quickly as possible which is why we recommend private messaging options such as phone, private message, or email. Legends Casino Hotel is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation.”