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posted January 13, 2019
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Foxwoods Resort Casino has welcomed motorcoach groups for more than 25 years, according to Sales Manager George Yerger. From bingo to indoor ziplining, the resort has a multitude of things guests can do without ever leaving the Connecticut-based complex.

“We offer multiple entertainment options all under one roof, such as gaming, over 40 dining options, two golf courses, two spas, two theaters and one of the largest Native American museums in the country: the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center,” Yerger says.

NTA-member Tanger Outlets’ first indoor outlet mall is attached to Foxwoods, and shopping groups can browse more than 80 stores of premium brands.

The complex also encompasses four hotels with 2,200 guest rooms, seven casinos, and a 3,500-seat bingo hall offering two sessions a day, seven days a week.

“For your adventure groups, we offer HighFlyer Zipline and Monza, an indoor karting track,” Yerger says. “We are also surrounded by several attractions less than an hour away, like Mystic Seaport and Newport, Rhode Island.”

Motorcoach parking is complimentary, and all overnight packages for groups include dinner and breakfast, free slot play and retail discounts at the shops and at Tanger Outlets at Foxwoods.

The resort also features 35 casual and fine-dining restaurants, including California Pizza Kitchen, Golden Dragon and Cedars Steakhouse & Oyster Bar. The newest addition, the Rain Maker Buffett, will open in May.

Yerger said they’re also focusing on non-gaming attractions, like the newly opened Stoney Creek Micro Brewery and the Top Golf Swing Suite, set to open in February.

For more information, contact George Yerger or go to foxwoods.com

Top photo by Foxwoods Resort Casino

 


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