New Tinian casino-hotel seeks partners for restaurant

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BRIDGE Investment Group’s Tinian Diamond Hotel & Casino is seeking “expressions of interest from qualified partners” to exclusively operate its restaurant.

In a statement posted by the Office of the Mayor of Tinian on Facebook, the Tinian Diamond management said the restaurant is an integral part of the casino building, but will operate as a separate business.

BIG said Tinian Diamond is scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of this year.

The restaurant and bar will occupy a 1,117-square-foot indoor area and a 900-square-foot outdoor area on the terrace.

“The restaurant comes with the latest modern kitchen appliances and a complete set of restaurant tables and chairs installed,” the statement said.

Variety has yet to get a response from Tinian Diamond about the specific date of its opening and other information about the business in light the Covid-19 pandemic.

The resort is located at San Jose Port and the casino will feature all the amenities of a world-class casino, BIG stated.

“Coupled with the casino is the newly opened Tinian Diamond Hotel, which features 17 beautifully appointed rooms and sea view suites just a short walk from the casino building,” it added.

To transport visitors, BIG said it will also launch by the third quarter of the year an inter-island ferry, Sand Diamond, which is capable of carrying up to 298 passengers and 32 vehicles daily between Tinian and Saipan.

For expressions of interest regarding the hotel-casino restaurant, interested parties should email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The island’s previous hotel-casino, Tinian Dynasty, opened in 1998 and shut down in 2015 after it was ordered to pay a $75 million fine by the U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network for anti-money laundering violations.

 

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