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NORTHERN QUEST RESORT & CASINO


Something for Everyone


GETTING WARM: Fireside Lounge at Northern Quest


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USINESS IS A PLEASURE AT NORTHERN QUEST RESORT & Casino, the Inland Northwest’s only AAA Four Dia- mond casino resort. With more than 22,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, 16,000 of which is dedicated confer- ence rooms, the property is a meeting planner’s dream. Meet- ing space features state-of-the-art integrated technology, and a team of IT and audiovisual experts are on hand for assistance. The hotel offers 250 well-appointed guest rooms and suites with contemporary dark wood furnishings and sophisticated amenities. Guests will enjoy the signature bed, featuring the lat- est in pillow-top design and fine linens; spa-inspired bathrooms with triple shower heads; and 42-inch HDTVs. First-class service for all guests includes complimentary airport and area-wide transportation, as well as valet and overnight garage parking. Northern Quest delivers Vegas-style excitement on its


46,000-square-foot gaming floor, with more than 2,000 slots and progressives, 37 table games, nine live poker tables, and a keno/off-track-betting lounge. Fourteen unique restaurants and lounges cater to every palate. Options include the AAA Four Diamond–rated Masselow’s Restaurant, The Q – Ultimate Sports Experience, and Legends of Fire Cigars & Fine Spirits, the region’s only cigar lounge. There’s something exciting happen- ing every night at Impulse Nightclub, while the Pend Oreille Pavilion presents star-studded entertainment. Guests also can relax and rejuvenate mind and body at Current, the resort’s 14,000-square-foot luxury spa and salon. ■


For more information: Northern Quest Resort & Casino; 100 N. Hayford Road, Airway Heights (Spokane), WA 99001; (877) 323-9827; www.northernquest.com


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