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FOXWOODS RESORT CASINO & MGM GRAND AT FOXWOODS


The Perfect Spot for Any Meeting A


LAS VEGAS ATMOSPHERE IN THE MIDDLE of the Connecticut hills makes Foxwoods Resort Casino and MGM Grand at Fox-


woods the perfect spot for any meeting or event. North America’s largest resort casino, this award- winning, 6.7-million-square-foot property offers something for everyone under one roof — including four hotels, two spas, 38 dining experiences, more than 30 retail outlets, six casinos, multiple enter- tainment venues, and two 18-hole golf courses. MGM Grand at Foxwoods and Foxwoods Resort Casino have more than 140,000 square feet of meeting and function space in a variety of configurations — including the 50,000-square-foot Premier ballroom, the Northeast’s largest column- free ballroom — to suit every taste and budget. Scenic outdoor space is available for seasonal events, and all meeting areas are equipped with state-of-the-art technology. MGM Grand at Fox- woods also has a technologically advanced execu- tive boardroom, in-house audiovisual company, and 24-hour business center.


Attendees can choose from more than 2,200 stylish rooms in four hotels: the AAA Four Dia- mond MGM Grand at Foxwoods; the Grand Pequot Tower, a seven-time AAA Four Diamond winner; the elegant Great Cedar Hotel; or the charming Two Trees Inn. All rooms feature superior ameni- ties, including flat-panel TVs and Wi-Fi, while MGM Grand rooms also have iHome clock radios. Thirty-eight delectable dining options include seven-time AAA Four Diamond winner Paragon, the iconic Hard Rock Café, the 24-hour Veranda Café, upscale Italian restaurant Alta Strada, Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak, Cedars Steakhouse, David Burke’s Prime, and SHRINE Asian Kitchen. The property also has an assortment of thrilling


AT A GLANCE


Guest rooms: More than 2,200 in four hotels Meeting facilities: More than 140,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, including the 50,000-square foot Premier Ballroom Amenities: 38 dining experiences, two spas, two 18-hole golf courses, more than 30 retail shops, comedy club, bowling alley, lounge/nightclubs, casino gaming For more information: (800) 369-9663; www.meetings.foxwoods.com


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nightlife, including the Atrium Bar, High Rollers Luxury Lanes & Lounge bowling complex, Center Bar in the middle of the MGM Grand casino, Comix comedy club, and the Las Vegas–inspired SHRINE nightclub. For post-meeting relaxation, G Spa at MGM Grand


at Foxwoods and the newly renovated Norwich Spa at Foxwoods fit the bill. For golf enthusiasts, the nearby Lake of Isles has been recognized as one of the finest public golf courses in the nation, with 36 holes expertly designed by Rees Jones. Shopping aficionados will find everything from couture apparel to electronics in more than 30 shops. For those seeking an engrossing cultural expe-


rience, the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center offers a look at the history, art, and culture of this tribal nation and is just a short shuttle ride from Foxwoods.


The resort is conveniently situated between


Boston and New York City, and is only a short drive from TF Green Airport in Providence and Bradley International Airport in Hartford.


With amenities


and capabilities to fit every need, the courteous and professional staff at Foxwoods will make any event a guaran- teed success. ■


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BIGGER IS BETTER: The 50,000-square-foot Premier Ballroom is the Northeast’s largest column-free ballroom.


NOTHING MISSING: Foxwoods Resort Casino and MGM Grand at Foxwoods offer something for every- one under one roof.


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