In the center of the casino floor, The Social at Revel in Atlantic City is a two-level stadium-style performance space that can be used for private corporate events for up to 400 guests. The more intimate top level accommodates 100 and can be used separately, and there are even private sky boxes for VIPs.
Hidden away from the crowds, Michael Morton’s (son of Morton’s Steakhouse founder Arnie Morton) wine bar, La Cave at Wynn Las Vegas is set in a garden. A 10-person “share table” is ideal for small group events. Accommodates 250 for a reception.
There’s nothing like the Chandelier Bar at the Cosmo in Las Vegas, encased in a chandelier of two million Swarovski crystals. The middle level, which accommodates up to 250 guests, is available for buyouts and has its own entrance.
At Las Vegas’ Minus5, the walls, the bar, and, of course, the ice sculptures, are made of ice from New Zealand water. Guests enjoy an ice carver at work. The bar accommodates 150 and a warmer, adjacent space, known as The Lodge, accommodates 140.
This newly opened event space is located on the top floor of The Pier Shops at Caesars in Atlantic City. Extending 100 yards out over the Atlantic Ocean, it offers sweeping views of the ocean and skyline. A main room accommodating 1,000 guests for a reception is flanked by other indoor and outdoor options.
A swath of tropical paradise in the middle the Atlantic City Boardwalk, Margaritaville opens Memorial Day weekend. The $35 million Jimmy Buffett–themed venue includes a variety of bars and restaurants with classic Buffett names such as “Five O’Clock Somewhere.”
This Frank Gehry–designed museum in Biloxi features the ceramic art of George E. Ohr. It was damaged during construction by Hurricane Katrina but finally opened in November 2010. Available for receptions of up to 100 in the Center for Ceramics and 300 in the Welcome Center.
This stylish venue accommodates groups of up to 350 guests in a cozy setting of clustered tables. The stage is visible from every seat in the house.
North America’s largest Native American museum adds another aspect to meetings being held at Foxwoods. Perfect for private receptions for up to 800.
Meeting at a gaming resort? Check out this mix of high-energy and more subdued event spaces at gaming destinations around the country.
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