Turning Stone Resort Casino: The Gem of Central New York

By Sponsored Content, June 4, 2016

Turning Stone Resort Casino is your East Coast Vegas-style destination! More than 4.5 million guests visit the gem of Central New York each year for its combination of gaming excitement, entertainment, recreation, dining and, of course, conventions and trade shows. Verona is located in the picturesque Mohawk Valley situated between Syracuse and Albany. After the meeting, attendees can enjoy two luxury spas, 21 dining options, a nightlife complex with five distinct venues, a sportsplex with indoor golf and tennis, plus 72 holes of golf on award-winning courses. Turning Stone’s event planning professionals are ready to meet your highest demands to make sure every detail is impeccably implemented so you can focus on being the perfect host.

QUICK FACTS
Guest rooms: 707
Nearest airport: Syracuse Hancock International
Convention center: On-site
Meeting space: 125,000 square feet
Meeting rooms: 9
Gaming amenities: 24-hour gaming with 80 table games, 2,000 slot machines and Keno; state-of-the-art poker room; award-winning Oneida Indian High Stakes bingo

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