Thunder Valley Earns AAA Four Diamond Rating
Lincoln, CA - For the third year in a row, Thunder Valley Casino Resort is recognized as the only AAA Four Diamond casino resort in the Sacramento region.
"We are very pleased with the results of this year's AAA evaluation," said C.J. Graham, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino Resort. "Achieving a Four Diamond rating is a true testament to our high degree of hospitality, service and attention to detail."
The AAA Diamond Rating Process is North America's premier resort rating program. Establishments eligible for a Diamond rating undergo a thorough assessment including unscheduled evaluations by anonymous AAA inspectors.
To achieve a Four Diamond rating, an establishment must offer an extensive array of upscale amenities combined with a high degree of hospitality. Only 4.8 percent of the 30,000 lodgings approved by AAA make the Four Diamond list.
Thunder Valley's 297-room, 17-story hotel features four 2,140 square-foot Beaujolais suites offering every amenity from a dry/wet sauna and ceiling-filled jetted bathtub to pool table, personal exercise room, dining room and massage suite options.
Every room at Thunder Valley features wireless internet, VoIP phones, flat screen TVs, desktop work areas, 320-thread count sheets, down blankets and pillows and European spa/showers.
Guests at Thunder Valley can also enjoy the 12,000 square-foot Health Club and Spa - offering facials, massage therapy, pedicures, manicures and signature 24-karat gold leaf facial. Just outside of the luxury hotel, is an expansive outdoor pool complete with private cabanas and Coconut, a poolside bar.
"Receiving the Four Diamond rating is a tremendous honor," said Kevin Thorstenson, Vice President of Hotel Operations at Thunder Valley. "It is a validation of our team members' hard work and our consistent efforts to provide each Thunder Valley guest with a VIP experience."
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