Fires is an economic partnership between the San Manuel Band of
Serrano Mission Indians, the Forest County Potawatomi Community of Wisconsin,
the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin and the Viejas Band of
Kumeyaay Indians of California.
The partnership serves as an economic model, benefiting other tribes
interested in working together to strengthen efforts and diversify
their economic and represents one of the largest business investment collaboration
for American Indian tribes in history.
Four Fires broke ground in March 2003 on a $43 million hotel project
in Washington D.C. The group opened the 13-story, 233-suite
Residence Inn by Marriott in 2005, located three blocks From the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
and just blocks from the United States Capitol.
This project is the first ever joint business venture between Indian
tribes and is the first tribally owned enterprise in Washington
The hotel is located at 333 E St. SW Washington, District of Columbia 20024 USA. For reservations please call (202)484-8280 or visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wascp-resdence-inn-washington-dc-capitol/ .