Small Market Meetings

NOV 2016

The Newspaper for Smaller Cities, Facilities and Planners.

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November 2016 19 Courtesy Seneca Niagara Resort A ballroom is set for an elegant wedding at Seneca Niagara Casino and Resort. Later, guests can play under the stars in Casino of the Sky, which houses the world's largest indoor planetarium. The Sky's opening in 2001 established Mohegan as one of the world's largest gaming com- plexes. Players witness a world of motion in the resort's most recent addition, Casino of the Wind, where wooden wings adorn the ceiling and a 35-foot animated water wall twists with color. The property continues to expand. This month, Mohegan is opening its new Earth Tower, adding another 400 guest rooms. Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino Niagara Falls, New York With Niagara Falls State Park right on its doorstep, Seneca Niagara Casino and Resort provides a meeting venue with gorgeous scenery as well as world-class gaming and entertainment. The event center holds up to 2,500 guests and features cutting-edge visual and audio systems. Technical specialists are available to assist with rigging, video produc- tion and sound. "We are an all-inclusive resort," said catering and special events director Karen Nordaby. "We have a beautiful spa and swimming pool, and you can relax after a meeting with a facial or massage." In addition to the gaming, dining, spa and pool amenities, the prop- erty also contains one of the best golf courses in the state, designed by celebrated golf-course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. Each month, acclaimed performers and shows take the stage in the event center; past appearances have featured Mike Tyson; John Mellencamp; and the Hollywood Vampires, a rock group comprising Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry. The hotel will also host "Dancing With the Stars Live" in January 2017. For a more intimate environment, head over to Bear's Den Showroom, and enjoy music

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