By Barbara Beckley
“Destinations of experiences and entertainment” is the new definition of gaming resorts, according to planners and casino executives alike. “Gaming is an added bonus, one of a variety of experiences that attracts groups to Las Vegas,” said Stephanie Glanzer, vice-president of sales for the city’s Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Chandra
Allison, vice-president of sales for the Venetian and Palazzo hotels in Las Vegas, agreed. “Gaming is more an amenity now,” she said. “Demand has shifted toward meetings.”
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Category: Meeting Trends