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Brûlée Catering dessert station set at the foot of the staircase in the lobby of the Free Library of Philadelphia on the Parkway


An enticing one-of-a-kind property with a variety of spaces, options and opportuni- ties on site is Crystal Springs Resort in Sussex County, NJ. According to Lauren Scrudato, public relations manager for Mountain Creek at Crystal Springs, "Crystal Springs Resort is nestled amongst the picturesque Kittatinny andAppalachianmoun- tain ranges, letting visitors feel like they are worlds away, but offering the conven- ience of being only an hour’s drive from the NYC Metro area."


"Guests will find myriad recreational opportunities and amenities on site," she con- tinues, "including two award-winning spas, six premier golf courses,multiple restau- rants fromcasual to gourmet,a sports and fitness complex,plus a variety of overnight accommodations. Crystal Springs’ most luxurious hotel property, Grand Cascades Lodge, is home to the one-of-a-kind Biosphere Pool Complex - a 10,000-square foot indoor tropical swimming pool oasis completewith aquariums,awater slide,jacuzzis and a special retractable roof that allows for year-round tanning."


Additional highlights of the resort include its world-renowned 135,000 bottle wine cellar and exceptional dining venues,such as the Four-Star Restaurant Latour and the resort's“garden-to-table”al fresco-style Chef’s Garden,which is open seasonally.


"One of the key aspects of ourmeeting services and amenities that attracts groups to our numerous venues is the amount of options we offer and the ability to customize just about any program," says Scrudato. "Depending on the season, groups can choose to get adventurous with a day of mountain biking, snow tubing, skiing, mountain top activities like horseback riding, archery, hiking or canoeing, or they can unwind with a round of golf or footgolf."


Footgolf is a sport that combines soccer and golf together. Participants kick a soccer ball around each hole of a course and into a cup in as few shots as possible.


Corporate guests traveling with their families will find no shortage of activities avail- able at Crystal Springs to keep all ages entertained. "For traditional meetings," notes Scrudato, "our conference service managers can customize any program, from spe-


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