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Mount Airy Casino Resort has the experi- ence and space to host holiday parties and group events from 30 up to 200 guests. Along with 188 guest rooms, top


notch audio-visual equipment and over 7,000-square feet of flexible meeting


space, the resort offers a catering team and executive chef who can prepare anything from a simple continental breakfast to a formal banquet.


For the seventh consecutive year, Mount


Airy Casino has been awarded the presti- gious AAA Four Diamond Rating, which is assigned to lodgings with an extensive array of amenities combined with a high


degree of hospitality, service, and attention to detail.


Mount Airy Casino boasts over 1,800 slot machines and 80 table games against the backdrop of the Pocono Mountains. On-site signature restaurant options include the recently opened Guy Fieri’s Mt. Pocono Kitchen, and Bistecca by Il Mulino. Additional features and amenities offered on-site are: an 18-hole golf course; spa, salon


and exercise facility; $5 million luxury, indoor/outdoor swimming pool and entertainment complex; an outdoor summer stage for concerts; Gypsies Nightclub and bar; and more.


the resort offers so much for atten- dees to do before and after their party. Guests can keep the party going in any of our bars and lounges, or try their luck on the casino floor. No need to go home, as Valley Forge Casino Resort features 479 guest rooms and suites.”


Baird says that many holiday parties are set up reception-style at resort, which makes for a more social envi- ronment. She also offers some tips for planners looking to mix it up at their next holiday party.


A reception-style event promotes an atmosphere where guests can mingle and interact more. “It also leaves room for a larger dance floor,” she notes. “Entertainment is typically a big part of creating a festive atmosphere. DJs are still the most popular option, however, we have seen some unique choices, such as island steel drum players or mariachi bands.”


Providing group activities is a popular trend when it comes to holiday par-


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ties, too, Baird observes, adding, “we see everything from photo booths and green screen videos - where guests can transport themselves to any number of destinations - to inter- active video games to mock casino tables.”


Valley Forge Casino Resort’s holiday packages include, at no additional charge, holiday décor options such as holiday themed centerpieces, colored linens, Christmas Trees and Menorahs (upon request). “For those who wish to further enhance their event, our in- house audio-visual company offers colorful up-lighting and creative effects such as moving images, snowflakes and fireplaces to help create a festive atmosphere,” she adds.


Still another great regional option for planners of holiday parties is the Waterfront Conference Center and Hotel at Harrah’s Atlantic City.


“Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center and Hotel in Atlantic City is the largest hotel/conference complex


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