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Each Atlantic City Boardwalk hotel is a self-contained destination with large guest rooms, enticing casino games, tempting dining options, exciting dance clubs, and internationally acclaimed entertainment. All of the resorts are located on the world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk, within steps of sandy Atlantic Ocean beaches.
Although the Atlantic City Boardwalk hotels may resemble Las Vegas resorts, a step outside will quickly dispel the illusion. Instead of southern Nevada’s dry and dusty air, visitors enjoy Atlantic City’s crisp Atlantic breezes. Rather than trudge the narrow sidewalks along Las Vegas Boulevard amid choking exhaust fumes and blaring traffic, Atlantic City guests stroll the world famous Boardwalk while listening to ocean waves rolling onto the beach and excited seagulls competing for handouts.
Atlantic City Hilton
The Atlantic City Hilton Casino Resort has more than 800 spacious guest rooms and suites with marble bathrooms, refrigerators, and in-room safes. The boutique casino is fully-equipped for gaming fun and includes two high-limit slot areas.
Dining options include Ono Pan Asian Bistro & Bar, Patsy’s Italian Restaurant, Simon Prime Steaks & Martinis, and Cornucopia Buffet. For entertainment, the Atlantic City Hilton offers the Dizzy Dolphin Lounge with an unusual schooner bar and the nearby Hilton Atlantic City Showroom.
Bally’s Atlantic City
Bally’s Atlantic City comprises three distinct resort areas: Bally’s hotel and casino, Claridge Atlantic City, and the Wild Wild West casino. Centrally located on the most coveted properties of the Monopoly board, the resort has 1,700 guest rooms and seemingly endless gaming. Acclaimed entertainers and sporting events appear at the Main Ballroom and in historic Boardwalk Hall.
Fine dining restaurants include Arturo’s for Italian cuisine, The Reserve for steak, and Red Pearl for Asian specialties. Bally’s Atlantic City also features Pickles deli and a Johnny Rockets malt shop.
Caesars Atlantic City
The incomparable Caesars in Atlantic City offers 1,400 guest rooms and one of the largest casinos in town. Centrally located on the Boardwalk, Caesars has a skywalk that connects the resort to The Pier Shops, a mall featuring 80 luxury stores and restaurants.
Everyone is considered to be an emperor at Caesars Atlantic City. Friendly hospitality, renowned entertainment at Circus Maximus, spectacular dining, luxury shopping, and nearly limitless gaming are just a few of the reasons to visit this centrally located Boardwalk casino and resort.
Resorts Atlantic City
Resorts Atlantic City was the first casino hotel in New Jersey when it opened in 1978. The new Rendezvous Tower, with its contemporary art deco theme, has increased the hotel’s capacity to more than 900 guest rooms and suites. Resorts offers glitzy gaming, world-renowned entertainers at Superstar Theater, and the Boogie Nights dance club that was voted best in Atlantic City.
Gourmet restaurants at Resorts Atlantic City include Asian Spice, Capriccio, and Gallagher’s Steak House. Diners at Breadsticks Cafe and Grill enjoy American favorites while watching pedestrians and rolling chairs on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.
Showboat Atlantic City
The excitement of Mardi Gras and the beauty of the New Jersey shoreline combine at the Showboat Atlantic City. Southern hospitality, food, and music pervade the hotel and its 1,300 guest rooms and suites, large casino, and House of Blues entertainment complex.
Discerning guests dine at the Showboat’s Rib & Chophouse, Oshi Sushi & Sake, Casa di Napoli, and the House of Blues Restaurant. The best entertainers in the world appear on stage at the House of Blues Concert Hall and Music Hall. Club Harlem, Club Worship, and the Masque Bar offer late night entertainment.
Tropicana Atlantic City
Tropicana Atlantic City is an an Old Havana themed resort with more than 2,000 guest rooms. An avenue lined by palm trees in the main casino leads to The Quarter, an area reminiscent of Hemingway’s Cuba with fountained squares dimly lit with flickering lanterns. The casino offers more than 3,000 slots as well as classic and new table games.
Dining choices range from gourmet restaurants like Cuba Libre, Red Square, and the Palm Restaurant to the raucous fun at Hooters. Carmine’s specializes in Italian cuisine served family-style, and Ri-Ra has authentic Irish pub fare.
The luxurious Trump Plaza, located next to Caesars Atlantic City and The Pier Shops, features 900 deluxe hotel rooms and suites. Every room in the hotel has a view of the Atlantic Ocean or one of Atlantic City’s picturesque bays. Guests enjoy a classy casino, international entertainment at The Theater at Trump Plaza, and an Olympic-style indoor pool.
Dining choices include Max’s Steakhouse, Roberto’s Ristorante, and the whimsical Rainforest Cafe where a lush tropical rainforest, animatronic animals, a waterfall, and occasional thundershowers surround diners.
Trump Taj Mahal
The Trump Taj Mahal, opposite Atlantic City’s historic Steel Pier, is the most visually unique resort on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. An elegant property, the Taj towers have more than 2,200 guest rooms and over 200 suites. The large casino houses more than 3,000 slot machines, 210 gaming tables, and a 70 -table poker room. The Taj has two large entertainment halls, The Arena auditorium and Xanadu showroom.
Diners visit Il Mulino New York for exquisite Italian cuisine, Dynasty for Asian dishes, or the Safari Steakhouse for superior steaks and seafood. The Trump Taj Mahal is home to Atlantic City’s Hard Rock Cafe and many other fine casual restaurants.
Treat Yourself to an Atlantic City Boardwalk Hotel Vacation
Things to do near the Boardwalk include amusements on the legendary Steel Pier, a Ripley’s Believe It or Not museum, the IMAX Theater at Tropicana Atlantic City, a House of Blues entertainment complex at Showboat Atlantic City, The Pier Shops at Caesars Atlantic City, and The Walk outlet shops.
Visiting these resorts is surprisingly affordable. The best rates at Atlantic City Boardwalk hotels are late fall, winter, and early spring. Rooms on Friday and Saturday nights are always more expensive than Sunday through Thursday. No matter what the price, most of the guest rooms in every Atlantic City Boardwalk hotel offer scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean and picturesque back bays.
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