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Mohegan Sun Pocono

mohegansunpocono.com/meetings

At Mohegan Sun Pocono, work and play exist under one roof.  The 20,000 square-foot Convention Center hosts meetings ranging from small intimate groups to larger ones of 1,500, as well as banquets for up to 800. It also offers multiple flexible and strikingly designed meeting rooms, including an impressive executive boardroom. Most rooms provide 11-foot ceilings and drop-down LCD projectors and screens; all rooms offer complimentary high-speed Internet access and technologically advanced audio visual controls. Best of all, at Mohegan Sun Pocono, a team of experts is readily available to assist with every detail and surpass expectations.

The adjacent hotel offers 238 guest rooms expertly designed for a relaxing retreat. With plush bedding and top-shelf amenities, each room is perfectly appointed for a memorable stay. The seven-story hotel is also home to a luxury spa & salon, indoor pool and fitness center.

At Mohegan Sun Pocono, you will never be far from the thrills of the 82,000 square-foot gaming floor with 90 table games and 2,300 slot machines. Enjoy live-harness racing nine months of the year on one of the most exciting tracks in America, incredible nightlife and entertainment and dining options for every taste.

For more information, visit mohegansunpocono.com/meetings.

Contact Information:


1280 Highway 315
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702

Phone: 1.888.WIN.IN.PA

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