Virginia: Dumfries Planning Commission votes unanimously to back ‘The Rose’ gaming facility, hotel Daniel Berti , Prince William Times · September 14, 2021 at 3:01 pm “The Rose” gaming facility and hotel in Dumfries is one step closer to becoming a reality. Dumfries planning commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to recommend approval of the $389 million gaming and entertainment destination. Now, the plan heads to Dumfries Town Council for final approval. The council is expected to hold a public hearing on Tuesday, Sept. 21, on a rezoning and conditional use permit needed for the project. The Rose is proposed for the Potomac Landfill site, which was initially slated to close in 2032. The casino-sized gaming facility will feature a hotel with up to 305 rooms, eight restaurants, a 1,500-seat theatre and 175,000 square feet of gaming space on land adjacent to the current site of the Potomac Landfill, located off Interstate 95 and Va. 234.