Winter Games Getaway Between Seattle and B.C.

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Winter Games Getaway Between Seattle and B.C.

Published 01/17/2010

(Tulalip, Washington) - Tulalip Resort Casino, conveniently located between Seattle and Vancouver, B.C., announces three Tulalip Games Getaways for those heading to the winter Olympics or away from them. The getaways offer guests the chance to enjoy the property’s luxurious accommodations at an amazing value – whether they are Vancouver residents seeking an escape from crowds or enthusiasts traveling to and from Vancouver.  Each of the getaways include entry to Tulalip Resort Casino’s Village where guests can enjoy daily continental breakfast, continuous coverage of events on big screens and happy hour cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.

“Our Tulalip Games Getaways are perfect for the spectator who wants to enjoy the games at their own pace,” said Kenneth Kettler, president and COO of Tulalip Resort Casino. "Our luxurious accommodations, amenities and daily event coverage add up to a great value for travelers and locals alike.”

The Tulalip Games Getaways are offered at three different levels.  Non-refundable deposits are required at time of booking and vary per package.  Rates are exclusive of tax and cancellation restrictions apply.

The Gold getaway includes: deluxe accommodations for 17-nights, daily entry to Tulalip’s Village viewing party, rates start at $2,010, a value of $118 per night. Package is available Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 28.

The Silver getaway includes: 14-night (minimum) deluxe accommodations, daily entry to Tulalip’s Village viewing party, rates start at $2,010, a value of $144 per night. Package is valid for arrival between Friday, February 12 and Tuesday, February 16.

The Bronze getaway includes: Stay four nights and receive the fifth night free in deluxe accommodations. There is daily entry to Tulalip’s Village viewing party. Rates start at $201 per night, based on four nights; five night average value is $161 per night. Package is valid for arrival between Friday, February 12 and Wednesday, February 24.

In addition to its Tulalip Games Getaways, Tulalip Resort Casino offers short term accommodations with entry to the Village viewing party starting at $210 plus tax, without a required deposit.

For information or to make reservations call (866) 716-7162 or visit
With the opening of its new luxury hotel, Tulalip Resort Casino has become a distinctive meeting, gaming, entertainment and shopping destination in Washington State.  What began with a bingo hall established by the Tulalip Tribes in 1983, has evolved into a world-class resort destination which includes 192,000 square feet of gaming; six dining venues headlined by the exceptional Tulalip Bay Restaurant; the intimate Canoes Cabaret; the 3,000-seat Tulalip Amphitheatre, a leading entertainment venue; and Seattle Premium Outlets, featuring more than 110 name brand retail discount outlets. 

The crown jewel of Tulalip Resort Casino is its new luxury hotel featuring 370 guestrooms and suites, as well as premier meeting, convention and wedding space, and an elegant, 14,000 square foot, full-service spa. 

Surrounded by the Cascade Mountains and Puget Sound, Tulalip Resort Casino is situated on 83 acres within the municipality of Quil Ceda Village on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. Tulalip Resort Casino is located between Seattle and Vancouver, B.C. just off Interstate-5 at exit 200 and is an enterprise of the Tulalip Tribes.  For reservations call (866) 716-7162 or visit




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