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indoor event in Seaview’s 6,140-square- foot Bayview Ballroom to an intimate, out- door team building session on our stun- ning grounds, Seaview is a premier loca- tion for business gatherings and retreats,” says Tidwell.


Events are highlighted by state-of-the-art technologies and cutting-edge communi- cations capabilities. “We have also imple- mented a new web-based tool which pro- vides three-dimensional, interactive depic- tions of our meeting space for planners,” says Tidwell. “This will give event organiz- ers and planners a more comprehensive view of the various spaces rather than relying upon photographs, floor plans and website listings of meeting rooms sizes and seating descriptions.”


This interactive map of the resort can be found on the resort’s website, www.dolce-seaview-hotel.com


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Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, located in southwestern Pennsylvania,


offers an


amazing backdrop for meetings and events. Featuring 25 meeting rooms, an exhibit area, a business center, two ball- rooms and a 200-seat


lecture hall,


Nemacolin is able to accommodate par- ties of practically any size.


that include total facial skincare, soothing aqua and aromatherapy, diverse massage offerings, manicures and pedicures, wax- ing, makeup artistry and complete spa packages.”


Additional options for recreation at Seaview include 36 holes of champi- onship golf on two of New Jersey’s oldest and most prestigious golf courses. “The links-style Bay Course, home to the ShopRite LPGA Classic, was designed by legendary architect Donald Ross, while the critically acclaimed Pines Course, with its scenic parkland setting, showcas- es the inherent beauty of Southern New Jersey’s pine forest landscape,” notes Tidwell.


Seaview also boasts a 24-hour fitness cen- ter, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, plus outdoor tennis and volleyball courts.


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Guests also may visit the Noyes Museum of Art at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, a 2,500 square foot satellite gallery displaying fine arts, craft and folk art by acclaimed artists from New Jersey and around the mid-Atlantic region.


Tidwell also notes that Seaview “offers a graceful and elegant backdrop for New Jersey meetings,


training seminars,


Atlantic City conferences, team building events and more. The prestigious, historic resort is only eight miles from Atlantic City and 45 minutes from Philadelphia, yet pro- vides a serene retreat allowing meeting attendees to stay relaxed, focused and productive.”


With over 27,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, 26 meeting rooms and 16 breakout rooms, conference options are virtually endless here. “From a grand,


“If fresh air is what you’re looking for, we also have four spaces for outdoor recep- tions surrounded by the natural beautify of Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands,” says Zelma Kassimer, guest and media rela- tions, Nemacolin Woodland Resort. “After the meetings, adjourn for the day and take advantage of Nemacolin’s offerings, award winning cuisine, 36-holes of champi- onship golf, the internationally acclaimed Woodlands Spa, Adventure Center and more. All resort amenities are available to our group guests.”


And, Kassimer adds, the resort’s team of talented planning professionals makes any conference or meeting simple, per- sonal and convenient. “Every step of event planning is handled personally by our teams in group sales.”


According to Kassimer, meeting planners will benefit by incorporating spa treat- ments and recreational activities into their events, because such activities often


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