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Unwinding together may be the ultimate team building experience that planners too often miss, as these two hot destinations on the East Coast would attest.
A recent report has the meetings industry abuzz: Will MGM and Caesars Entertainment merge?
Atlantic City, N.J., developed a VR experience for meeting planners to explore the city’s convention district from the comforts of their office.
Few places come as close to being an “all-inclusive city” with built-in added value for meetings like this New Jersey city, and a number of new developments toot this horn.
“We are excited to be part of this revitalization of Atlantic City."
Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID) showcases the positive impact that meetings, conferences, conventions and incentive travel have on local economies.
Borgata and The Water Club’s combined 106,000 square feet of flexible gathering space comes with first-class services and amenities for conducting any kind of meeting or event.
Meeting planners will appreciate the convenience of the property’s entirely new entrance from Pacific Avenue.
The puppies performed just brilliantly, bonding with attendee after attendee and posing for an endless stream of selfies and performing.
Beyond the Boardwalk and the well-known attractions, this seaside town is full of surprises.
The event showcased the city's multifaceted attractions—beach, gaming and entertainment—through its evening events, with an opening night beach party for 2,000 featuring small bites from dozens of local restaurants
Its new convention center, which opened in August 2015, has seen a 30 percent increase in bookings over 2015.
Borgata’s staff is highly trained and can help keep you on the cutting edge.
For more intimate, high-end summits, Borgata has two Executive Boardrooms and eight Tower Studios – featuring plasma TVs and sparkling views of the Atlantic below.
There are five signature restaurants for the ultimate dining experience brought to you by world-class chefs Bobby Flay, Wolfgang Puck, Stephen Kalt and Michael Schulson, along with The Water Club’s Culinary Lifestyle Consultant Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian.
“The conference center really highlights the shift of what Atlantic City is going through, adding attractions and products that bring in non-gaming revenue.”
Creating personal connections, driving positive business outcomes and building strong communities characterize the Caesars Means Business campaign.
A $13 million renovation of Atlantic City’s Borgata includes the spa and main dining restaurant.
Shortly after becoming the third of four casinos to close in Atlantic City this year, Revel Casino Hotel is back in the game.
Tourism officials in Atlantic City have a million bucks that say planners should book a meeting in their town, and they’re giving groups almost three years to do it. “As gaming has expanded at a rapid pace nationwide, all of the partners in AC have put more resources into sustaining growth of the meetings segment.”
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