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Mount Airy Casino Resort in Paradise Township, Monroe County.Mark Pynes file photo | For
Starting this weekend, those under age 21 are not permitted to visit Mount Airy Casino Resort — including its hotel and restaurants.
The entertainment destination in Paradise Township, Monroe County, announced Monday it is introducing a 21-and-older age requirement for all guests on the property, effective Sunday, Dec. 18.
The new age restrictions apply throughout the entirety of Mount Airy’s property, including all hotel rooms, restaurants, and spa and pool area, in addition to its casino floor and bar areas, management said in a news release.
“This decision, made after careful consideration and based on feedback from our patrons, caters to the increasing demand we are seeing for exceptional amenities and outstanding personal service,” Lisa DeNaples, Mount Airy owner and managing trustee, said in a statement. “By offering an adults-only environment, we intend to serve as the premier escape for those seeking an elevated lifestyle that includes high-end experiences and luxury accommodations.”
The change is aimed at offering “a new level of luxury that will further enhance the guest experience at our award-winning resort,” according to Hassan Abdel-Moneim, Mount Airy vice president of resort operations.
“We expect this new identity will be very popular with couples seeking romance and tranquility, singles looking to join the party, and any group or individual seeking the premier resort experience offered by Mount Airy Casino Resort,” Abdel-Moneim stated.
Mount Airy notes in its announcement the surrounding Pocono Mountains area offers numerous family friendly attractions, from animal and water parks to outdoors attractions and family resorts, and invites families to visit the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau to plan activities.
“This decision makes perfect sense based on Mount Airy’s prestigious brand and the resort’s long history of providing an exemplary adult-only experience,” visitors bureau President and CEO Chris Barrett said in the statement from Mount Airy. “There are many kid-friendly properties located throughout the Poconos and we’re more than happy to assist families in finding those wonderful opportunities for their upcoming visit.”
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