Mohegan Sun, owned by the Mohegan Tribe, is one of the largest, most distinctive and spectacular entertainment, gaming, shopping and meeting destinations in the United States. Situated on 240 acres along the Thames River in scenic southeastern Connecticut, Mohegan Sun is within easy access of New York, Boston, Hartford and Providence and located 15 minutes from the museums, antique shops and waterfront of Mystic Country. More information is available by calling 1.888.226.7711 or visiting mohegansun.com.
The Mohegan Sun Arena is a 10,000 seat multi-purpose arena in Uncasville, Connecticut located inside Mohegan Sun. The arena facility features 30000sqft of configurable exhibition space and a 400ft clear span. It was built by the Perini Building Company, and opened in October 2001.HistoryThe arena originally served as home of the Mohegan Wolves arena football team until it was sold and moved to Manchester, New Hampshire in 2004.On January 28, 2003 the arena was announced publicly to be the official home court for the Connecticut Sun. Prior to the fall of 2002, the NBA operating model prevented any WNBA team to exist without an NBA "brother" counterpart. By the time the Connecticut Sun moved in, Val Ackerman was the WNBA president, M. Jodi Rell was the state's Lieutenant Governor and Mark L. Brown was the chairman of the Mohegan Tribe. While the arena is attached to the Mohegan Sun casino, the facility does not accept any form of sports wagering or sports booking; in fact, sports betting is illegal in Connecticut.
With over 400 square feet of dance space, your groove is sure to have enough room to move to our 30,000 watt Avalon Series Sound System.
Our grand VIP Suite offers the ultimate in VIP experience, equipped with its own restroom, wet bar, computer terminal, two LCD screens, private server and security guard. This fabulous one-of-a-kind suite can accommodate up to 18 guests for the perfect party. How about your own private soirée Ultra even has an additional space with its own bar and dance floor, a perfect setting for up to 80 guests.
COVER CHARGE: Cover charge is $10 on Fridays and $20 on Saturdays (cover charge and bottle pricing/promotions subject to change on holidays and special events).
AGE RESTRICTIONS: All patrons must be 21 or older and possess a VALID ID.
DRESS CODE: Fashionable and dressy clothing. Guests wearing the following will not be permitted: No athletic wear, sweats or sports jerseys, excessively baggy clothing (tuck-ins are not permitted), sleeveless tee-shirts, plain tee-shirts (short or long sleeve), boots, flip flops, sneakers, headgear, chains, or ripped clothing.
Management reserves the right to deny admission for rude, argumentative or offensive behavior.
Welcome to Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham, Uncasville, Connecticut. Conveniently located off Interstate 395 & Route 2, our hotel is only one mile from Mohegan Sun Casino, and is ideally situated to visit Mystic, Foxwoods Casino, Groton, and New London.
Local Attractions Include:
Olde Mistick Village
Mohegan Sun Casino and Area
Foxwoods Resort Casino
Eastern Connecticut State University
Norwich Golf Course
Clydes Cyder Mill
Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets
Block Island Ferry
Long Island Ferry
Long Island Sound and Stonington Vineyards are less than 30 miles away.
Local Businesses Near The Hotel Include:
Computer Sciences Corporation
The William W.Backus Hospital
Hotel Services & Amenities:
Scheduled shuttle service to Mohegan Sun Casino
Meeting room with Wireless High-Speed Internet access, audio-visual equipment available.
Free local and long-distance calls within the Continental U.S.
Free continental breakfast.
Seven ADA-compliant guestrooms, TTY Telephone, auxiliary aids available, wheelchair accessible.
Connecting rooms available
All rooms have hair dryer, wireless high-speed internet, iron and ironing board, HDTV with ESPN, and CNN.
Microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker and sleeper sofa available in suites only.
Dry cleaning and laundry services available.
On site coin operated laundry
Crib and rollaway bed available.
100% Non -Smoking
Free outside recreational vehicle and truck parking.
This property does not permit pets.
Mohegan Sun is one of the largest casinos in the United States, with 364000sqft of gaming space. It is located on 240acre along the banks of the Thames River in Uncasville, Connecticut. It is in the foothills of southeastern Connecticut, where 60 percent of the state's tourism is concentrated. It features the 12,000-seat capacity Mohegan Sun Arena, home of the New England Black Wolves of the National Lacrosse League and the Women's National Basketball Association's Connecticut Sun. It houses a 350-seat Cabaret Theatre, the 300-seat Wolf Den, and 100000sqft of meeting and function room space, including the Northeast’s largest ballroom and 130000sqft of retail shopping. It is the home of New London's WMOS FM radio station.The casino contains slot machines, gaming tables including poker, blackjack, craps, roulette, Caribbean stud poker, keno and baccarat. The race book offers live horse or greyhound racing from around the U.S. as well as from Australia and England. It also offers wagering on jai-alai from Florida.
Fort Shantok, in Montville, Connecticut, was the site of the principal Mohegan settlement between 1636 to 1682 and the sacred ground of Uncas, one of the most prominent and influential Mohegan leaders and statesmen of his era. Originally part of Mohegan reservation lands, the property was taken by the state of Connecticut in the 20th century and Fort Shantok State Park was established. In 1995, following legal action by the tribe to recover its lands, the state returned the park to Mohegan control. The tribe now operates the area, part of its reservation, as a local park. The grounds were declared a National Historic Landmark (as the Fort Shantok Archaeological District) in 1993.DescriptionThe fort was purchased by the State Park and Forest commission in 1930 and added to the Fort Shantok State Park, increasing the park to 160 acres. The area was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1993. And in 1994, through a land claims settlement act, the Mohegan's paid $3 million for return of the land.The district is located within the Mohegan Indian Reservation just west of the Thames River and south of the Mohegan Sun casino off Route 2A. The fort was used as a burial ground. It contains over one hundred identified graves.The Mohegans decided not to build on the land or further develop it in order to preserve the land's history. The Archaeological Consulting Services offered to preserve eight acres of the two tribal sites, but the tribe decided to preserve all the property instead.
The Norwich State Hospital, originally established as Norwich State Hospital for the Insane and later shortened to Norwich Hospital, is located in Preston and Norwich, Connecticut. It opened its doors in October 1904, and though the number of patients and employees were drastically reduced, it remained operational until October 10, 1996. Norwich State Hospital was a mental health facility initially created for the mentally ill and those found guilty of crimes by insanity. Throughout its years of operation, however, it also housed geriatic patients, chemically dependent patients and, from 1931 to 1939, tubercular patients. The hospital, which sits on the banks of the Thames River, began with a single building on of land and expanded to, at its peak, over thirty buildings and.A 70acre property including the hospital was listed as an historic district on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.HistoryDevelopment of the groundsIn October, 1904 when the hospital first opened, it held ninety-five patients and was a single building. The facility quickly outgrew its meager beginnings, and by fall of 1905, it held 151 patients and had expanded its housing by adding two additional buildings. The original building was soon converted to administrative offices. In 1907, a third patient building was opened, and over the next eight years, there would be the addition of thirteen structures to the grounds. The hospital began to branch out, no longer creating housing intended only for patients, but for hospital physicians, a laboratory, an employees club, a main kitchen and various other structures to support the every-day workings of the hospital. Like most mental hospitals at that time, it was self-sufficient, and a barn, two garages, a paint shop and a greenhouse were also added. By the end of the 1930s, over twenty buildings had been added to the grounds.
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