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Tribes host grand opening Washington hotel
Wednesday, March 2, 2005

Four tribes are hosting the grand opening of their Washington, D.C., hotel today.

The $43 million hotel is near the new National Museum of the American Indian and Congressional buildings. It is a venture of Four Fires LLC, a partnership of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe of Wisconsin, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians.

The tribes own 62 percent of the Residence Inn by Marriott. They will be hosting National Congress of American Indian delegates and other dignitaries as they debut the facility this afternoon.

The Oneida Nation, the San Manuel Band and the Viejas Band are also building a Marriott near the California state capitol in Sacramento.

Get the Story:
Oneida Tribe of Indians bets big on $43 million Washington hotel (The Green Bay Press-Gazette 3/2)
Viejas tribe celebrates milestone hotel effort (The San Diego Union-Tribune 3/2)

Related Stories:
Three tribes diversify holdings with new hotel (12/10)
Tribal partnership to break ground on hotel (12/9)
Tribal partnership to build another hotel (12/8)
Tribes' Washington DC hotel nears completion (12/6)

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