Twin Arrows chandelier
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Twin Arrows Honored as Four-Diamond Property for Fourth Consecutive Year


"Influenced by Navajo culture, this desert hotel is bright and vibrant. Large rooms offer elegant amenities, including social media access through the televisions. A trucker's lounge is available. The convention space and courtyard are great spots for any event. The indoor pool is both luxurious and enormous," a AAA inspector rating states.

Located 20 minutes east of Flagstaff, Arizona, Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort garnered AAA’s coveted Four Diamond Award after a recent evaluation of the breathtaking facility and it’s 110-room resort expansion. Only five percent of the more than 30,000 properties approved by AAA achieve this prestigious distinction. Twin Arrows Navajo Casino is the only Flagstaff destination to receive this honor.

The resort was evaluated on its casino, 200-room hotel, multiple dining destinations – including the Zenith Steakhouse, indoor swimming pool, fitness center and other amenities the resort offers. Of special note was the enhanced buffet, trucker’s lounge and conference and convention center with a 9,000 square-foot banquet center with 25-foot ceilings, indoor and outdoor meeting spaces, VIP boardroom, complimentary valet and complimentary high-speed internet access throughout the resort and event center.

"At Twin Arrows, the featured artwork and symbolic architecture showcases the talent and rich history of our people while creating a distinct environment to enjoy our gaming, resort, conference center and restaurants," said Derrick Watchman, Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise (Navajo Gaming) CEO. "We are honored to receive this distinction for our fourth year as we remain an industry leader in the northern Arizona market. We congratulate our dedicated team on providing the highest level of customer service and invite guests to experience Navajo with us."

The ranking is shared in all AAA/CAA travel information and with its more than 54 million members worldwide.

"Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort is committed to providing every guest with a personalized experience and attentive service in comfortable, high quality surroundings,” said Linda Gorman, director of communications and public affairs for AAA Arizona. "This property exceeded the expectations of the most discriminating traveler – the AAA inspector."

For more information on Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort visit or its Facebook page at

The tribe created Navajo Gaming in September 2006 to develop and operate Navajo-owned casinos. Navajo Gaming opened its first Navajo casino in November 2008: Fire Rock Navajo Casino in Church Rock Chapter, near Gallup, New Mexico. The second came in October 2010: Flowing Water Navajo Casino in Tsé Daak’áán Chapter, near Shiprock, New Mexico. The third Navajo Casino opened January 2012: Northern Edge Navajo Casino in the Upper Fruitland Chapter, near Farmington, New Mexico. The fourth Navajo Casino, Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort, is located in Leupp Chapter, near Flagstaff, Arizona. Currently, Navajo Gaming has 1,200 employees.

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