Fitz Casino & Hotel Completes Renovation and Joins Trademark Collection by Wyndham

USA, Tunica, Mississippi. December 15, 2022

Fitz Casino & Hotel, located along the Mississippi River in Tunica, MS, just south of Memphis, TN, announced that the hotel at 711 Lucky Lane has undergone a renovation to become the newest member of the Trademark Collection by Wyndham hotel chain. The property also includes a full-service casino with over 850 of your favorite slots, favorite table games, and sportsbook.

Scheduled to transition in November 2022, the 9-story, 506-room hotel renovated and features several notable upgrades, including new furniture, flat-screen televisions, an indoor pool, and exercise facility. Additional highlights include an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet, Fuddruckers Grill, Bazaar, Dunkin' Donuts, Baskin-Robbins, and The Market General Store with the friendliest staff around. Some of the rooms feature balconies and breathtaking views of the Mississippi River. View Fitz Flyover: FITZ

"We're excited to have our hotel join the Trademark Collection by Wyndham family and are looking forward to providing our guests with the high-quality accommodations that the brand is known for, and welcoming members of the Wyndham Rewards Club to the Fitz family" said Tony Scudiero, the property's Vice President/General Manager.

Designed for travelers seeking distinctive, attainable accommodations in sought-after destinations, each hotel within the Trademark Collection by Wyndham brand maintains its own unique attributes. The Tunica, MS property is the latest in the brands' rapid global growth trajectory over the past five years, with approximately 125 hotels in the U.S., Canada, Belize, Mexico, Saint Maarten, Curacao, Australia, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Belgium.

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