Our hotel roots go back to the 1960s when we developed, built and managed Doubletree Inns throughout Arizona, California and Washington. This work established a great foundation for a current hospitality and gaming portfolio that spans high-end fabulousness (Sanctuary at Camelback Mountain, the Biltmore Four Seasons Santa Barbara, Hotel Valley Ho, etc.) and some of the highest-volume Indian gaming hot spots in the West.

  • Hotel Valley Ho

    Kitchell built the original hotel in 1956 and brought the four-star hotel back to its original splendor in 2005. One of the best-preserved examples of mid-century architecture in the country.

  • Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino

    Luxury 242-room hotel and 662,500-SF casino in Chandler, Ariz. for the Gila River Indian Community. READ MORE

  • Sanctuary at Camelback Mountain

    Renovation of upscale resort destination including a 10,000-SF Japanese-style spa, 24 villas, 15,000-SF Elements restaurant and infinity pool.

  • Desert Diamond Hotel

    New 165,800-SF hotel and casino for the Tohono O’odham Nation in Arizona delivered $7.1M in savings.

  • We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort

    New 210,000 SF casino expansion connected to the AAA four-diamond resort for the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation. READ MORE

  • The Phoenician Resort & Spa

    The project entailed over 200,000 SF of multi-phased renovations, demolition, and new construction at the 250-acre, 645-room AAA Five Diamond luxury resort near Camelback Mountain. READ MORE

  • Emerald Queen Casino

    New 200,000 SF Las Vegas-style casino and entertainment mecca in Tacoma, Washington. READ MORE