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    Mystic Lake Center: The Newest Addition to Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

     
    POSTED May 30, 2018
     
  • Sponsored

    Mystic Lake Center: The Newest Addition to Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

     
    POSTED May 30, 2018
     
  • Sponsored

    Mystic Lake Center: The Newest Addition to Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

     
    POSTED May 30, 2018
     
  • Sponsored

    Mystic Lake Center: The Newest Addition to Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

     
    POSTED May 30, 2018
     
  • Sponsored

    Mystic Lake Center: The Newest Addition to Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

     
    POSTED May 30, 2018
     

Sponsored by Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

Introducing Mystic Laker Center—giving success a new perspective. With 70,000 square feet of sophisticated space, an abundance of natural light, and stunning golf course views, Mystic Lake Center is perfect for meetings, corporate events, galas and more. It joins Mystic Lake Casino Hotel to form the only full-service resort in the Twin Cities, including 766 hotel rooms and suites, making it one of the largest hotels in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

As the newest event and convention center in the Twin Cities metro area, Mystic Lake Center can accommodate groups of any size. It features 30 meeting rooms to host everything from a small business function to a large expo. The Grand Entry pre-function space has floor to ceiling windows with views of The Meadows at Mystic Lake championship golf course. The built-in welcome desks are prime for registration, information stations or bars with digital TV displays. The Shakopee Boardroom features a conference table with seating for 22 and an outdoor patio overlooking The Meadows at Mystic Lake.

The in-house expert culinary team can create menu options that excite the eye and palate. Unique packages are available, as well as exciting displays. Mystic Lake Center leads the way in advanced technology with enhanced audio and visual setups, plus unique features like a semi-trailer overhead door provides convenient loading and unloading directly into the ballrooms.

Business and fun are never far apart at this Twin Cities’ destination. Mystic Lake has 24/7 gaming action with nearly 4,000 slots, 100 blackjack tables and a 500-seat bingo hall on one of the Midwest’s largest gaming floors. Party every weekend at DrinX Bar and see today’s biggest stars in the 2,100-seat Mystic Showroom. Tee off on the award-winning championship golf course, plan a spa day and visit distinctive bars and restaurants.

The new Promenade Hotel Tower boasts 180 rooms, all with scenic golf course views and modern amenities just steps from gaming action. Find conveniences in every room at Mystic Lake including Keurig coffeemakers, refrigerators and large HDTVs with enhanced channel selection. Plus, enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, valet parking and passes to Dakotah! Sport and Fitness.

Sponsored by Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

Mystic Lake Center is conveniently located minutes from Minneapolis-St. Paul, MSP airport and a short drive or complimentary ride from Mall of America®. You’ll find Valleyfair, Canterbury Park and the Minnesota Renaissance Festival just minutes away. The talented team at Mystic Lake Center is available to personalize your next event and look forward to hearing from you. 

Defying industry norms by opening earlier than originally planned, the first-ever tri-branded Hilton development joined The Collection at McCormick Square this month.

 

Winning a golf tournament constitutes a pretty fantastic way to end a weekend, as my husband and I learned first hand yesterday. Together with professional golfer Heather Angell and two other great local amateurs, we took home the trophy for the 2018 Phil Kosin Illinois Women’s Open Pro-Am, held at Mistwood Golf Club in Romeoville.

 

The 36-room Atticus Hotel in McMinnville, Oregon, opened for business this past spring. The hotel features an on-site restaurant and bar, private dining in the Atticus Hotel Drawing Room, a boardroom for meetings of up to 16 people, a business center and a fitness room. Additional amenities include Dutch-style bicycles, electric-car charging stations, rooms with fireplaces and original artwork from local artists.