first-ever Margaritaville Coffee Shop will perk up guests with a signature collection of gourmet coffees.

The 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar is stocked with a variety of cocktails and “flair bartenders” who perform while serving drinks. The Boardwalk Bar serves fresh ocean breezes along with its assortment of beverages. Meanwhile, Bar One is the spot to unwind with a glass of wine or a specialty cocktail.

beach,” said Resorts’ director of sales and marketing, William Jackson.

Resorts’ All-Inclusive Meeting Package is an exclusive group meeting option in Atlantic City that’s available Sunday through Thursday. Prices vary by the season. The per person cost includes spacious, upgraded guest rooms, morn- ing and afternoon coffee breaks, Wi-Fi in meeting and guest rooms, audio- visual, parking, taxes, gratuities, resort fees, meeting room rental, and three meals a day.

Also owned by the Mohegan Tribe of Indians of Connecticut, Mohegan Sun Pocono is located on 400-acres in the hillside of Plains, PA just a short dis- tance from attractions like Knoebels Amusement Resort, Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club, and Claws 'N' Paws Wild Animal Park.

At the Landshark Bar and Grill, being on 200 feet of beach frontage at the site of the Old Steeplechase Pier with a favorite beverage is the perfect way to end the day. The island vibe at Margaritaville Bar is a prime network- ing location serving up tropical cock- tails surrounded by a stage for enter- tainment, a tiki bar and a giant blender at the entrance.

It’s a sure bet that Resorts will impress when it comes to the excitement of casino gambling, where its 100,000- square foot gaming floor boasts 1,500 slot machines and a variety of table games. Resorts Spa and Health Club includes an indoor/outdoor swimming pool, a fitness room, and extensive weight training sessions.

“Resorts Casino tops the list in Atlantic City for guests and corporate groups alike wishing to enjoy everything from newly renovated guest suites to incred- ible dining, fantastic gaming options and unbeatable entertainment while being right on the boardwalk and

It is one of the largest and most distinc- tive entertainment, gaming, shopping and dining destinations in the state. Mohegan Sun Pocono features a 238- room hotel with on-site spa and adja- cent 20,000-square foot convention center. It is home to 82,000-square feet of gaming space, including more than 90 table games, 2,300 slot machines and electronic table games, a variety of dining and shopping options, nightlife, entertainment and live harness racing.

The property features live entertain- ment every weekend at Breakers and Bar Louie, and only a short distance away is the 8,300-seat Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza, which features the biggest acts in music as well as being home to the AHL's Wilkes- Barre/Scranton Penguins.

In Uncasville, Connecticut, Mohegan Sun was created by the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut in 1996. A destination that is home to some of New England's finest dining - including over 40 restau- rants, bars and lounges - it boasts more than 1,500 guest rooms, retail shopping, live entertainment and sporting events. In addition to three world-class casi-

nos, Mohegan Sun also is host to the Kids Quest/Cyber Quest family enter- tainment facility, two luxurious spas, two indoor swimming pools, 275,000- square feet of world-class meeting facilities, a state-of-the-art Poker Room as well as three major entertainment venues with seating from 350 to 10,000 people. Live concerts feature top head- liners along with major sporting events (Mohegan Sun even has its own WNBA team).

Among its many spectacular features are an indoor 55-foot waterfall, an elec- trifying water wall, the world's largest indoor planetarium dome, Wombi Rock (a glowing crystal mountain made of imported stone), and more than 300,000-square feet of gaming.

New at Mohegan Sun, bowling, ping- pong, karaoke, craft beer, food, private event space and more is planned for GAME ON!, owned by the Lyons Group, when it opens inside the all new and expansive Earth Expo and Convention Center, this coming winter.

These casino resort properties share a common trait in that they all offer many options for dining, nightlife, entertainment, as well as meeting and event spaces, but each has its own unique setting and personality.

With so many choices available throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeasten U.S., planners will be able to find the perfect fit to meet their needs.

Lenora Kruk-Mullanaphy has extensive public rela- tions experience in the hospitality industry, having worked with the Atlantic City Convention and

Visitors Authority and Morton's The Steakhouse.

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