Valley Forge Casino Resort doubles down with $6M renovations

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Valley Forge Casino Resort just completed $6 million in renovations to 154 rooms in the Casino Tower. (Image courtesy Valley Forge Casino Resort)

While you never know which card is coming up next when you’re sitting at the black jack table, it’s a sure bet your new room at Valley Forge Casino Resort will make you feel like a winner.

Valley Forge Casino Resort just completed $6 million in renovations to 154 rooms in the Casino Tower. The tower has to Super Suites, 36 suites and 116 standard rooms. The renovations went from floor to ceiling, with new carpeting, new wall paper, upgraded bathrooms and a fresh coat of paint throughout, writes Stan Huskey for MONTCO.Today.


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“We wanted to create a comfortable environment for our guests to come in and enjoy,” said Roberto Ruiz, vice president of resort operations. “This was a one-year project. We completely renovated, from carpeting to custom artwork. We want to make sure our casino guest and our local residents here are able to come and enjoy a ‘staycation,’ if you will.”

To make the tower even more event friendly, the lobby areas have also been refurbished, and what were once storage areas have now been converted into small rooms available for catering space, wedding parties, green rooms for entertainers, or whatever your need may be.

If you want to really feel like a high roller, check into one of their super suites, one of which features a Carrera marble dining table that seats six, with a crystal chandelier providing the evenings lighting.

However, even the junior suites will make you feel like you’ve hit the jackpot, with kitchenettes and minibars to make sure you have everything you need close at hand.

The renovations were completed by the StyerGroup out of Norristown.

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