The 2,000-room Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City will unveil its new Central Conference Center in May, bringing the resort's total meeting space to 106,000 square feet.
Designed by Avenue Interior Design, the two-story former nightclub space will have five meeting rooms, a boardroom and an office on the lower level, and a 6,500-square-foot ballroom on the upper level. The venue will offer the latest technology, including high-definition digital projection, TV and internet-system capabilities. F&B will be managed by Borgata executive chef Tom Biglan and executive pastry chef Thaddeus DuBois.
"The launch of the Central Conference Center complements our event space, allowing us to accommodate more weddings, special occasions, trade shows, business expos and more," said Mark Vanderwielen, vice president of hotel and property operations for the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. "As the market-leading resort destination in the region, we recognize the importance of our meetings and conventions customers, and are delighted to offer them an exclusive product containing a level of service that is unmatched anywhere in the city."