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Resorts Casino Hotel Resorts Casino Hotel, which is managed by Mohegan Gaming Advisors, is in the process of a $9.4 million multi-faceted expansion of its convention space that will bring an additional 12,000-square feet of event space to the resort. This follows the recent $35 million Jimmy Buffet-themed Margaritaville addition and nearly $70 million in expansion and reno- vation under Morris Bailey’s ownership.


Construction is slated to be completed in the summer of 2015 with 18 meeting rooms, three ballrooms and a multi-purpose showroom on one floor. When the renovation is complete, Resorts, along with Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, will have more than 64,000- square feet of meeting and event space for groups from 40 up to 1,350 guests.


Atlantic City is a great place to be for all kinds of meetings and events, from intimate retreats to large-scale conventions.This resort town boasts a world-famous boardwalk and beach,and a number of exceptional casino resort hotels,as well.


These properties and the surrounding oceanfront community together boast casino gaming to go along with a wide array of shopping,dining and entertainment choices.What's more,Meet AC is available to help put it all together for those in search of some assistance.


Formerly the Atlantic City Convention andVisitors Authority, Meet AC is a private,non-profit 501 C 6 organization that is part of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. Its sole focus is bring- ing conventions,meetings and group business to Atlantic City.


JimWood,executive director for Meet AC notes that attracting these markets to Atlantic City is tremendously important. "The greater the number of meetings and conventions that comes to AC, the more economic impact it will have on our gaming and non- gaming businesses," he observes.


He further notes that AC "is rich with entertainment,dining, shop- ping and gaming.Once delegates arrive, there is no shortage of things to do."


Bally's Atlantic City The Salon and Spa at Bally’s Casino offers magnificent views and a full range of spa services and offerings for health and fitness.


Some highlights include: * 10 Treatment Rooms * Two Couple Suites * A Wet Room * Two Herbal Steam Rooms * Three Cedarwood Saunas * State-of-the-art Fitness Center * Sport Courts * Indoor Swimming Pool * Spa Boutique


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Caesars Entertainment is currently building a new 100,000-square foot conference center at its Harrah's property,which is set to open in August 2015.This new facility adds to existing function spaces at the resort, such as The Pool at Harrah's - an enclosed,domed swim- ming pool with cabanas and space available for private parties and fun poolside events.


Another of Ceasars' properties,Bally’s Atlantic City,offers 80,000- square feet of its own meeting space in 28 meeting rooms - all situ- ated on a single floor. It provides a versatile layout that allows for a lot of flexibility and makes it possible to combine meeting rooms in various sizes and configurations. Its function space features three ballrooms, including the 12,000-square foot Ocean Ballroom that overlooks the boardwalk.The property's 450-seat Legends in Concert Theater is available for private functions and events,as well.


Tropicana is another Atlantic City casino resort with a lot going on. The new AtlantiCare LifeCenter Fitness facility and street-level retail shops will be a wonderful addition to the property in May of 2015.A light show along the resort's boardwalk facade also will be


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