Jamul Casino opens revamped high-limit rooms and VIP lounge

California Jamul Casino said Friday that it opened its newly renovated High limit rooms.

The redesigned space offers a largest High Limit slots room with a dedicated bar, separate Asian High Limit gaming room and private High Limit VIP lounge. The new sites include additional security and privacy.

Mary Cheeks, President and CEO of Jamul Casino, said in a press release, “The new High Limit rooms at Jamul Casino are completely custom-designed, from the artwork to the furniture to the crystal chandeliers. These elegant and airy spaces are a sanctuary of class and sophistication. We are very proud that the High Limit rooms at Jamul Casino rival the best in the world.

The San Diego Casino, owned and operated by the Jamul Indian Village, designed the new rooms based on the principles of Feng Shui, to bring luck into the spaces. the High limit rooms face northwest and feature metal elements with white, gold and silver.

As for the new 1,700 square foot Jamul Casino High Limit Slots Hall, it features privacy walls, columns and fixtures containing over 26,000 multi-faceted crystals. The space is furnished with a custom-built safety podium, Phillip Jeffries wallpaper, and multiple LED TVs with brushed gold frames. The High Limit slots dedicated bar is supported by a life-size digital image of the exterior views of the casino, which changes to reflect the time of day. The bar top is made of a natural stone from Madagascar called Lemurian Blue Extra with Labradorite crystal, which has a peacock-like iridescence and is said to increase positive energy and mood. Mixed media and resin panels cover the facade of the bar, and the room is also furnished with Gary Platt San Remo Bar chairs.

A separate room for Asian table games offers four Baccarat tables and a Face Up Pai Gow Poker table. A focal wall mural of Koi fish, measuring 32 feet wide by 18 feet high, has an iridescent gold backing to shimmer from different angles. The mural depicts eight lucky fish swimming in an auspicious circle. Four wall sconces measuring 3 feet by 18 feet high with brushed gold frames illuminate Maya Romanoff’s “Beadazzled” gold glass bead wallpaper. A 12-foot 2-tier polished silver cable tray chandelier with faded LED-lit crystals hangs above a custom-built 54.5-inch wide pit stand by TCMillwork with a backlit front panel 3form “Swept Gold”. The front facade of the High Limit Asian arcade features satin gold metal screens and crystal column wall sconces. The space is furnished with LED TVs with brushed gold frames, Gary Platt Monaco Baccarat chairs, and Phillip Jeffries wallpaper.

Finally, a VIP private lounge is available for High Limit room guests to relax or make private phone calls. The ceiling is covered in gold mirror panels and three LED TVs with brushed gold frames adorn the walls. The space features furniture and decorative pieces from Jonathan Adler, Caracole and LuxeDecor, as well as a Human Touch Gravis Zero Gravity massage chair.

Linh Ventura, Designer hired for the project, said, “We have faced challenges due to supply chain shortages, from aluminum to bar equipment. But none of that stopped us. By working with the incredible team at Jamul led by Facilities Manager Kaui Kalahiki, eGads, 3form and Cell Construction, we were able to deliver exceptional solutions to move the renovation forward without compromising the quality and overall vision of this project.

Since the opening of the Jamul Casino in October 2016, the Jamul Indian Village has continued to invest in the renovation of the facilities. In February 2019, Jamul Casino opened its poker room and welcomed some of the best players in the game. In July 2020, the casino added The Rooftop, which has become one of East San Diego County’s top destinations for weddings and events. In July 2021, the casino opened its newly renovated food court, Jamul Marketplace, featuring a 360-degree cylindrical LED video screen, the only one of its kind in Southern California. Just two months earlier, the entire casino had been re-carpeted.

Erica M. Pinto, President of Jamul Indian Village, said, “The renovation of the High Limit rooms is a reflection of our commitment to ensuring an exciting and memorable experience for our valued guests. I would like to recognize our casino executives for their efforts and look forward to many more opportunities that will solidify Jamul Casino as San Diego’s premier gaming destination.