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Pittsburgh. At its anticipated grand opening later this year, Mount Airy Pittsburgh will offer 750 slot machines, 30 table games and a high limit area, along with several eateries. A future phase II development plan anticipates the addition of a full-service resort hotel, convention center, fine dining, and a spa.


Kalahari Resorts and Conventions in the Pocono Mountains Pocono Manor, PA


Scheduled to open in late 2019, Kalahari Resorts and Conventions in the Pocono Mountains will unveil its newly expanded convention center, which will more than double the size of meeting facilities on-site, adding 105,000-square feet to bring its total footprint up to 205,000-square feet once completed.


The project includes a 38,000-square foot ballroom and a 12,000-square foot junior ballroom, which will join the facility’s existing 25,000-square foot and 9,000-square-foot ballrooms. The proj- ect also includes 18 additional meeting rooms, bringing the property’s total up to 33, the expansion of its load-in and load-out capabilities, and the addition of extensive registration and client office spaces. This is the second expan- sion to Kalahari’s Pocono Mountains location since the resort opened in the summer of 2015.


“It’s been challenging and rewarding to help grow the Poconos as a premier destination for group business on the East Coast,” said Travis Nelson, owning family member of Kalahari Resorts and Conventions. “The completion of this expansion will allow the company to meet the current and future projected demands for group rooms in the area.”


The addition at the Pocono Mountains location is the most recent project for Kalahari Resorts and Conventions, as the company continues its rapid


expansion nationwide, including a new resort in Round Rock, TX, and an expansion to the Wisconsin Dells loca- tion’s convention center.


Known for going beyond expectations and delivering first-class service, Kalahari’s modular meeting spaces will feature state-of-the-art amenities like high-def monitors and projectors along with superior lighting and AV controls for colorful and sharp presentations. Guests will have free access to high- speed Wi-Fi with capacity to increase to 10 GB/s or more (with advance order), plus ergonomic chairs designed to keep attendees comfort- able for up to 10 hours. Kalahari also boasts a dedicated and experienced team who can assist planners and pro- vide advice to help them meet their goals and objectives.


The meeting space, guestrooms and leisure activities all will remain under one roof when the expansion is com- pleted, and guests will continue to enjoy complimentary parking, as well as easy access to Spa Kalahari and Salon. Additional offerings at the resort include: fitness studios, various enter- tainment options, and dining experi- ences such as Double Cut, the resort’s signature steakhouse experience, Sortino’s Italian Kitchen, and the new B-Lux Grill and Bar. Of course, admis- sion to America’s Largest Indoor Waterpark is always included with an overnight stay, as well.


Camelback Resort Tannersville, PA


Camelback Resort recently opened two new restaurants, Kartrite’s Summit House and Berrelli’s Family Style Italian, both featuring epic views and unique dining experiences.


Kartrite’s Summit House serves Contemporary American fare and is located at the top of Camelback Mountain, at the highest elevation of any restaurant in the Pocono Mountains. Berrelli’s family-style Italian


is the only family style Italian restau- rant in the Poconos. Located at the base of Camelback mountain, Berrelli’s offers slope-side views, outdoor dining and fire features along with a carefully curated wine bar. Both restaurants are open to the public year around.


“Not only are we proud to introduce two new epic dining adventures, but we’re also excited to provide year around dining options for area resi- dents” remarked Ame Cameron, VP of sales and marketing for the resort. “Plus, the extraordinary views, the fireplaces, the wine bar - combined with easy access to all of the countless resort adventures - will undoubtedly con- tribute tolasting memories”


Kartrite’s Summit House sits at an ele-


vation of 2,133 feet in Big Pocono State Park and offers access to hiking trails from spring through fall along with ski- in/ski-out enjoyment in the winter. An ideal venue for wedding receptions, it is located adjacent to Camelback Resort’s mountain-top wedding cere- mony site.


Berrelli’s takes pride in its carefully curated wine list that includes bold Italian wines as well as some lighter bodied California wines served from a temperature-controlled wine room. Guests also can enjoy Italian specialty wines on tap at the Wine Bar. In addi- tion, the restaurant boasts ski in/ski out accessibility as well as outdoor fireside features in the winter.


Camelback serves more than 1.7 mil- lion outdoor enthusiasts and visitors annually with 37 trails, 16 lifts, 100 per- cent snowmaking, the largest snow tub- ing park in the U.S. with an out-of-this- world “Galactic” light experience, Camelback Mountain Adventures (fea- turing the only mountain coaster in Pennsylvania and North America’s longest twin 4,000-foot Zip-Flyers), plus Camelbeach Waterpark (the largest waterpark in Pennsylvania) and Camelback Lodge and Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark.


Mid-Atlantic­EvEnts Magazine 29


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