A Foxwoods hotel in Phoenix, Arizona is getting new names and an updated logo, in the wake of a recent report by The New York Times that found the hotel had violated the law by failing to disclose that it had paid an undocumented immigrant a portion of the hotel’s $7,000 annual hotel rate.
According to a New York City Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) press release announcing the changes, the Foxwoods has “been operating at the highest possible standards since it opened in 2011.”
The hotel will be named the Foxwood Hotel Phoenix and will be a “permanent tenant.”
It is unclear what the new name will be.
Foxwoods hotel was raided in August 2016, and ICE arrested more than 100 undocumented immigrants, including the hotel owner, after a raid in the hotel, according to a statement from the hotel.
Foxwood Hotel was built in 2002, according a news release from the Phoenix city government.
In August 2016 it was named the Arizona Inn at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Fox, a hotel chain with multiple properties in Arizona, has more than 30 locations in Arizona and has more locations across the United States.
The Foxwoods is owned by Marriott International, a division of Marriott International.
The hotel chain owns and operates several hotels in Arizona.