Stay with Dining Credit at The Fox Tower at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT. Dates into May.
350 Trolley Line Boulevard, Mashantucket, 06338
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Hotel at a Glance: The Fox Tower at Foxwoods Resort Casino
It-s hard to get bored at the luxurious 4-star Foxwoods Resort Casino—a sprawling entertainment and hotel complex amid acres of Connecticut woodlands. You can go shopping at designer boutiques, play 10 frames at the on-site bowling alley, and dine at your choice of more than 35 restaurants.
Awards and accolades include AAA-s Four Diamond award and TripAdvisor-s Certificate of Excellence.
Redeem your dining credit at any on-site eatery, including Alta Strada. (Not valid at Tanger Outlets' fast food restaurants including Auntie Anne's Pretzel Perfect/Cinnabon, Dippin Dots/Doc Popcorn, Johnny Rockets, Panda Express, and Stage Deli, also Burger King at Pequot Outpost and Guy Fieri's Foxwoods Kitchen + Bar.)
Try your luck in the enormous casino, where you-ll find more than 250 table games, a racing book with 50-feet digital screens, and more than 4,800 slot machines.
Room with a view: Woodland views surround stylish deluxe rooms and suites, which have marble accents, an iHome clock radio, coffeemaker, fine Monaco linens, Sealy Plus mattresses, and wireless Internet.
Lounge at the luxurious, adults-only G Spa.
Go shopping at Tanger Outlets at Foxwoods, located on site.
Fly high with the Foxwoods HighFlyer Zipline, a 330-foot-tall, 3,750 foot-long thrill ride that soars above the surrounding woodlands; opening March 15 (additional fee).
Adventure Seekers can raise their adrenaline levels on the Sky Launch or Sky Drop at Foxwoods Thrill Tower; reopening Spring 2018 (additional fee).
Expedite your check-in with VIP check-in; included with this deal.
Mashantucket, Connecticut: Forested Homeland of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe
The scenery in Mashantucket is characterized by dense birch, maple, and sassafras forests that cover a broad swath of southeast Connecticut. This rugged wilderness is home to the Mashantucket Pequot tribe and has been since 1666. Visitors can learn about the reservation-s history through lifelike dioramas, Native American art, and artifacts at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center on the north side of town. Climb to the top of the museum-s 185-foot tower to see panoramic views of the wooded landscape and nearby swamplands.
Mashantucket is also just a 15-minute drive from the coast. Head to Bluff Point State Park to enjoy forested hiking and biking trails that lead to a mile of sandy, secluded beachfront. A few miles north, the town of Mystic preserves the feel of 18th-century coastal New England. You can get a feel for early life here by exploring the old-timey shops at Olde Mistick Village or visiting the Museum of America and the Sea, which chronicles the area's maritime history.