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Coming in 2018, Maryland Live! Casino and Hotel in Hanover, MD will add a new $200 million Flagship Live! Hotel, a luxury venue that will serve as complex’s primary destination for meetings and events. It will be home to 310 guest rooms and 52 suites, a posh day spa and salon, a 1,500-seat event center, David's Cafe by Todd English, a stylish lobby bar, plentiful parking, state-of-the-art audio- visual and seating systems, banquet seating for up to 800, flexible pre-function, meeting space, and executive boardroom, plus an Italian specialty gelato bar.


The property’s existing Live! Lofts presently offers 3,400-square feet of function space for a wide range of events. Live! Lofts also offers services and amenities that include: 250 guest rooms, 24-hour shuttle service to Baltimore Washington International Airport as well as the rest of the Live! Casino and Hotel property and to nearby Arundel Mills for outlet shopping.


Live! Lofts features the Loft Grill, which is open for breakfast and dinner recep- tions, and The Lounge, which offers custom cocktails, beer, and wine. Live! Casino, which is less than one mile away via the free shuttle, features nine restaurants that include: The Prime Rib; 8 at Luk Fu; and ¡En Vivo! to name a few. The on-site team of culinary and service professionals can customize experi- ences for holiday parties and other events.


can help in making a holiday party even better, adds Olsen. “Our pastry team can make favors; we have an AV department for all of your audio-visual needs; an on-site florist for center- pieces and décor; and an award-winning ice carver who can make any ice sculpture you can imagine.”


Among its many award-winning amenities, team building opportunities on-site are virtually endless. “Many groups will treat their attendees to spa treatments at one of our two luxurious spas or a round of golf at one of five pictur- esque golf courses; other opportunities include our indoor Golf Dome, wine tastings at many of our restaurants or cocktail lounges, and cook- ing classes with our talented chefs. Groups also are able to purchase gaming or resort vouchers or gift cards for their guests,” says Olsen.


SugarHouse Casino offers a fresh and fun loca- tion in which to host a holiday party. “As Philadelphia’s only casino, SugarHouse is the city’s go-to spot for endless entertainment, high- end dining and gaming,” says Kimberly Rifici, director of sales and events for Sugarhouse Casino. “During the holiday season, SugarHouse offers a variety of event space


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options, as well as a dedicated catering team from the world renowned Gibsons Restaurant Group (GRG).”


And with a 30,000-square foot Event Center and free parking, SugarHouse is well equipped to please.


“The Event Center features a private board room for smaller meetings, while private lounge areas are another option for seminars, classroom-like sessions... SugarHouse is home to a variety of event spaces, and each event can be customized to the group’s needs and prefer- ences. It also offers scenic views and is equipped with an outdoor balcony and pre- function space,” notes Rifici.


Hugo’s Frog Bar & Chop House is the casino’s high-end steak house, run by GRG. In addition to Gibsons USDA- certified steaks and chops, Hugo’s menu features fresh seafood including lobster tails, king crab legs, oysters and a variety of fish.


SugarHouse guests also can experience a taste of Philly right next to the gaming floor. Popular local food staples like Geno’s Steaks and


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