• Atlantic City Debuts New Hotel

     
    POSTED September 28, 2016
     

In place of the former Revel Resort & Casino, TEN is Atlantic City’s newest resort and casino destination. With luxurious rooms, amenities, nightlife, retail and tasty cuisine, TEN will be an experience unmatched by anything else—and is set to open in the first quarter of 2017.

“It’s what’s next in Atlantic City. We are thrilled to share our brand with the public and to introduce a new era of resort and entertainment,” says Robert Landino, CEO. “TEN joined with our infinity logo represents our mission to provide the highest-rated amenities and our daily endeavor to offer an infinitely perfect escape for our guests, families and businesses.”

TEN’s unique architecture sets it apart from the rest and will provide guests with unmatched views and unforgettable experiences. The resort is the tallest building in Atlantic City (second tallest in all of New Jersey), standing at 710 feet tall. It has 1,399 rooms and suites, 13 restaurants, two theaters, three nightclubs and 130,000-square-feet of casino space.

Located on the Atlantic City Boardwalk, TEN has a variety of experiences to offer their guests.

“TEN is a Las Vegas-quality resort directly on the beach,” says CFO Alan Greenstein. “The name will get you in the door. The experience will keep you coming back.”

Results from the Incentive Research Foundation’s (IRF) 2022 Incentive Travel Destination Preferences & Their Impact on Motivation confirmed that interest in incentive travel as a motivating sales reward is at an all-time high. 91% of 405 survey respondents described group incentive travel as extremely or very motivating compared to 80% last year. Individual incentive travel was rated even higher as a motivational award at 96% versus 84% last year. 

 

Everybody loves to talk about welcoming change. Then change happens, and whew, it’s tough. After the past few years, meetings and events professionals certainly appreciate that feeling, but they’re also feeling energized by so many new ways for attendees to gather. 

 

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