Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and its signature boutique hotel, The Water Club, offer planners an atmosphere made for inspiration.
The Atlantic City resorts cater to groups of 30 to 3,000 with stylish state-of-the-art meeting facilities, top-shelf amenities and finely-tuned service for a seamless meeting and event experience. A combined 106,000 square feet of flexible function space hosts everything from elegant galas, conferences and trade shows to executive board meetings and seminars, and with in-house catering from some of the best chefs in the industry and a myriad of built-in entertainment at your disposal, Borgata is not only an easy choice, but a smart one. Here are a few highlights:
The New Central Conference Center
Beginning this spring, the Central Conference Center will offer planners a brand-new ballroom and meeting rooms—ranging from 650 to 6,000 square feet.
The Premier Nightclub is an 11,200 square foot, $14 million high-energy venue. Two floors with three full-service bars can accommodate groups of 250 to 1400 people.
The Event Center
A column-free event space boasting the latest A/V tech and full banquet services, the Event Center easily handles large conferences.
The Music Box
The Music Box accommodates groups of up to 1,000 in stadium-style seating for one-of-a-kind meetings or events.
Five restaurants from world-class chefs—Bobby Flay, Wolfgang Puck, Michael Schulson, The Water Club’s Culinary Lifestyle Consultant, Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, and coming this spring, Michael Symon—offer everything from upscale Italian to modern Japanese.
The Great Escape
Between Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and The Water Club, groups will find no shortage of ways to relax post-meeting, whether trying their luck in the 161,000-square-foot casino, with its slots, table games and 100-seat Racebook space, getting a rub down in one of two destination spas, discovering shopportunities at five boutiques or splashing around in one of six indoor/outdoor pools. Additional gathering spaces include eight ocean-facing Tower Studios, featuring plasma TVs, two Executive Boardrooms and four 1,200-square-foot Studio rooms.