Valley Forge Casino Resort Completes $6 Million Renovation.
Valley Forge Casino Resort has completed an extensive $6 million redesign and renovation of its entire Casino Tower, giving a luxurious lift to its hotel rooms and lobby space, which now coordinate with tactile materials such as walnut and marble, and tasteful metallic finishes for an earthy, yet elegant vibe. The revitalization, designed by the Styer Group, is the Tower’s first complete makeover in more than a decade.
New colors and materials update the contemporary scheme, including the upgrades to the lobby and guest rooms. Existing walls, plumbing and lighting were demolished to make way for the new lighting, carpeting, wall covering, furniture and fabrics. Metallics, which the Styer Group deemed appropriate for a casino, introduce sparkle and radiance.
The Styer Group has become an unparalleled construction and design partner for the Valley Forge Casino Resort. For over 30 years, the Styer Group has delivered professional building and design services to many discriminating clients, both locally and globally. As a full-service firm engaged in providing architectural, engineering, and construction services, the Styer Group welcomed the opportunity to extend their unblemished history of past success to the Valley Forge Casino Resort.
Valley Forge Casino Resort has made significant investments in the property in recent years to renovate and upgrade the Event Center, convert dining space into an upscale steak house, and expand its entertainment offerings including reviving the Valley Forge Music Fair and creating Valley Beach Poolside Club. Officials made the strategic decision to completely renovate the Casino Tower to enhance guests’ overnight experience, further drive the casino resort’s consistent growth and position the property to a broader audience.
“This renovation of the Casino Tower with upgraded rooms, added amenities and greater versatility will enable Valley Forge Casino Resort to better market the property as a full-amenity gaming resort destination to a wide variety of guests,” said Jennifer Galle, the casino resort’s chief marketing officer. “It also positions us to continue to deliver the highest levels of excellence our guests have come to expect from us.”
The reinvigorated Casino Tower will offer two Super Suites, 40 Suites and 116 Standard rooms. All rooms are being refreshed with new carpeting, wall coverings, draperies, upgraded bathrooms and custom artwork. The rejuvenated rooms have an understated feel contrasted with a modern contemporary elegance.