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Atlantic City Resort Adds Options for Planners

Atlantic City’s Resorts Casino Hotel is taking all-inclusive to a whole new level by applying it to group meetings.

The hotel—the first casino to open in Atlantic City and managed by Mohegan Gaming Advisors—is offering customized group packages that start at $199 per person, per night and inclue upgraded guest rooms, morning and afternoon coffee breaks, WiFi, three meals a day and more.

Atlantic City Announces Great Numbers

Atlantic City has announced a stellar quarter and representatives believe this will welcome even more business in the coming months.

“The key indicators show that the current operators continue to improve,” says Matthew Levinson, chairman, New Jersey Casino Control Commission. “Gaming revenue is up, total revenue is up, net revenue is up, gross operating profits are up, hotel occupancy rate is up and the average room rate is up. ”

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Atlantic City Reports Strong First Quarter

Atlantic City remained a popular destination for events during the first quarter of 2015

During the timeframe, the Meet AC sales team brought 30 conventions and meetings to the Atlantic City Convention Center and 19 to hotel properties—a more than 25 percent increase from 2014’s first quarters.

Discover Lehigh Valley Launches Television Channel

Those looking for activities and areas to explore in the Lehigh and Northampton counties can now simply turn on their television instead of combing the Web for ideas.

Discover Lehigh Valley, the destination marketing organization for the area, partnered with RCN and Service Electric television stations to give viewers a taste of the Lehigh Valley area on Channel 189.

Renaissance Allentown Opens its Doors

Exciting news for the city of Allentown: the Renaissance by Marriott Allentown has opened its doors and is ready for guests.

The 170-room hotel connects to the PPL Center hockey arena and overlooks Center Square. J.B. Reilly, cofounder and president of City Center Leigh Valley, owns the hotel. A fitness center, free Internet and 10 meeting rooms are just some of the amenities the hotel offers. Capacity for events ranges from nine to 433. Guests can even bring their pets.

Bernardsville and Basking Ridge Offer Charm and Rustic Sophistication

Bernardsville and Basking Ridge straddle the Interstate 287 corridor in northern Somerset County. Rich in Revolutionary War history, this area was developed in the latter half of the 19th century, when wealthy New Yorkers took the train dubbed the Millionaire’s Express out to the Somerset Hills to escape the commotion of the city.

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