The Ute Mountain Casino Hotel will reopen March 3 with a host of safety improvements against the coronavirus.
The casino and hotel temporarily closed in December out of caution and to assist the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe in its efforts to prevent the spread of the virus.
The casino plans to reopen at 35% capacity.
Safety measures include the installation of plexiglass at registers and between gaming machines, additional hand sanitizing stations and enhanced cleaning procedures.
Each table has plexiglass dividers, and masks must be worn by players and customers at all times.
Temperatures will be checked upon entry.
There will be a limit of eight people inside the Mountain Rewards Club at a time.
Casino hours will run from 8 a.m. to midnight.
Bingo remains temporarily closed.
The casino also will roll out a new sportsbook and showcase its newly remodeled Mountain Rewards Club.
As part of a phased reopening plan, Kuchu’s Restaurant will open March 10. The food court at the travel center will open for food service starting March 3.
Buffets and the casino snack bar will remain closed until further notice.
Visit the Ute Mountain Casino Hotel website for additional information.