Grand Casino Hinckley

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Grand Casino Hinckley
Location Hinckley, Minnesota
Address 777 Lady Luck Dr
Opening date1991–1992
Coordinates46°0′33″N 92°53′54″W / 46.00917°N 92.89833°W / 46.00917; -92.89833Coordinates: 46°0′33″N 92°53′54″W / 46.00917°N 92.89833°W / 46.00917; -92.89833
Websitewww.grandcasinomn.com

Grand Casino Hinckley is a casino and hotel in Hinckley, Minnesota, United States, owned and operated by the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe's Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures. It was formerly owned by Grand Casinos. The casino features gaming, accommodations, dining, conference and banquet facilities, live entertainment, and The Grand Harmony Spa and Grand National Golf Club. The casino employs more than 1,400 people. The Band also invests in infrastructure and economic development.[1]

Amenities[edit]

The Grand Casino Hinckley has 54,800 square feet of gaming space with 28 table games and 2,144 gaming machines. It is the largest employer in Pine County.[2] Attached to the casino, the Grand Hinckley Hotel has 563 rooms;[3] it is the tallest building between The Twin Cities and The Twin Ports on the list of tallest buildings in Minnesota. The casino opened a year after Mille Lacs, in 1992.

Performances[edit]

Entertainers such as Aretha Franklin[4], Toby Keith[5] and Kid Rock[6] have performed at Grand Casino Hinckley.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Most admired CEO Joseph nayquonabe mille". bizjournal.com. Retrieved September 19, 2018.
  2. ^ "GPS 45:93 – East Central MN Major Private Employers".
  3. ^ "Grand Casino Hinckley Hotel | Grand Casino MN".
  4. ^ "The Current's listeners remember Aretha Franklin". www.mprnews.org.
  5. ^ "Ticket alert: Bon Jovi, the Struts, Jason Mraz, Jackson Browne and more". Star Tribune.
  6. ^ "Multitalented Kid Rock can also fish". Star Tribune.