The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation wanted a hotel property to further develop, enhance, and support their existing casino operation while taking advantage of the beautiful desert surrounding areas. The hotel is a 250-room property with 21,000 SF of meeting space. In addition, there is a state-of-the-art recreational vehicle park planned to support the growing number of RV owners and travelers. This unique park is designed to follow the slope of the desert terrain which allows each RV to have its own separate outdoor “room with a view” to the Verde River. Some of the sustainable features are: Use of reclaimed water, sustainable mechanical systems, and various green design interior materials and finishes.
*Project designed by Greg Mueller at another firm during his transition to Tucker Sadler Architects