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The excitement of the casino floor is just steps away. Meeting space is easily accessible, too, while on-site event coordinators and fantastic F&B options help to round out a full and complete experience for practically any group.


Even group size isn’t an issue with huge venues available for conclaves of thousands of attendees. The Waterfront Conference Center at Harrah’s in Atlantic City, NJ, the recently renovated Valley Forge Casino Resort Event Center in King of Prussia, PA, along with the newly opened Earth Expo and Convention Center at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT are all well suited to accommodate even the largest events.


Tropicana Atlantic City recently held three ceremonial ribbon cuttings to debut its renovated, award-winning restaurants Golden Dynasty and Il Verdi, along with the all-new TROP ADVANTAGE® VIP Lounge. As Tropicana’s traditional Mandarin restaurant, Golden Dynasty has been redesigned to use the principles of Feng Shui with over 75 seats and four private dining rooms. The gourmet Italian restaurant Il Verdi has been updated to showcase an extensive wine selection with more than 450 wine bottles on display from around the world. Finally, the new 5,600-square foot TROPADVANTAGE® VIP Lounge offers guests a freshly designed and expanded buffet that boasts more than 40-feet of food offerings and a 15-seat bar showcasing an extensive selection of more than 500 bottles of spirits, wine and beer.


But small or large, practically any group could benefit from the one-stop-shop experience that casino properties are able to offer when it comes to entertaining meetings and events. Of course, food is a key component, and choices abound at casinos with something for just about every taste.


Jessica Kasunich, communications manager for Meet AC, notes that the casino hotel and resort properties in Atlantic City offer a delightfully tasty mix of gourmet restaurants with an amazing array of internationally acclaimed chefs. “Atlantic City offers many choices that are sure to please any picky palate and price conscious visitors. Most restau- rants offer private group dining options with specialized menus.”


For those visitors who want to be entertained, the nightlife options in Atlantic City are virtually limitless, Kasunich explains. “From country and rock to rodeos, boxing and midget car racing, all performed under the bright lights at Atlantic City’s casino properties or in Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall. When the sun goes down, the action is just heating up at the many nightclubs, such as: Premier at Borgata; Boogie Nights at the Tropicana; Haven at the Golden Nugget; The Pool at Harrah’s; DAER at Hard Rock Casino; and HG2 at Ocean Resort Casino. The variety of nightclubs allows patrons the opportunity to dance and party the night away until the wee hours of the morning.”


A tantalizing option for group outings, she notes that most of the city’s nightclubs are available for buyouts and host- ing private events.


Prefer to shop the night away instead? Located in down- town Atlantic City and just steps from the Atlantic City Convention Center, Tanger Outlets The Walk is made up of more than 100 stores offering incredible deals and steals. Kasunich continues, “In addition to Bass Pro Shops and casino boutiques, each casino has their own spa with unique experiences and services.”


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