Desert Diamond Casino

Tucson, Arizona, USA

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Nestled in Glendale, the Desert Diamond Casino is one of the biggest casinos in the Arizona region. After opening temporarily in 2015, the casino was restructured and officially opened to the public in the winter of 2019. As an official casino partner of Westgate Entertainment District, Desert Diamond Casino has become an entertainment attraction that provides world-class gaming, exquisite dining experiences, and dynamic nightlife for its visitors.

A magnificent reflecting pool greets visitors upon entry to the Casino. A reflection pool is typically designed to redirect the emphasis from the water container to the water itself. As an important piece of contemporary design, a reflection pool has a reflective surface that creates a sense of mystery and complements the surrounding environment. Working alongside with Aqua Design International and other parties, several elements were extensively planned in order to design and construct this water feature. Different sized cactus structures were heavily used in the design in order to create an emotional bond with the region. Crystal’s custom-made stainless steel niches were placed in the reflecting pool and the cacti were carefully placed on top of these niches.

Making the water feature attractive for both day and night was equally vital for the success of the project. Crystal effectively applied 34 custom-built LED lights that illuminate these cactus structures with an elegant white hue. With this touch, the real marvel of the feature became evident especially for guests visiting the Casino in the evening.

The Desert Diamond Casino West Valley offers more than a casino for tourists and locals, it offers an experience. With such a marvelous water feature at its entrance, the Desert Diamond Casino West Valley will be a popular destination for visitors and locals of Arizona in many years to come.

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