Atlantic City Casino Hotels
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Atlantic City is home to many casino hotels.
The Bally's Hotel Casino (Park Place and Boardwalk) has 1450 rooms and fifteen restaurants. Its gaming area covers 80,000 square feet, holding 2,175 slot machines and games like Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat, etc. The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa (1 Borgata Way) has 2002 rooms and eleven restaurants. The Caesar's Atlantic City Hotel and Casino (2100 Pacific Avenue) has 620 rooms and eleven restaurants. Its motif is Roman. Its casino covers 124,720 square feet. The Harrah's Hotel and Casino (777 Harrah's Blvd.) has 1174 rooms and six restaurants. The impressive lobby holds three splendid aquariums. The gaming area covers 112,918 square feet. The Hilton Resort and Casino (Boston and Pacific Avenue) has 804 rooms and seven restaurants. It a four diamond resort located on the beach and Boardwalk. The hotel also features a theater, spa and shops. The Resorts Atlantic City and Hotel (1133 Boardwalk) has 479 rooms and six restaurants. Its 24-hour casino includes 2,2oo slot machines and 60 game tables.
The Sands Hotel and Casino (Indiana Avenue and Brighton Park) has 700 rooms and five restaurants. The hotel is newly remodeled. The Showboat Hotel and Casino (801 Boardwalk) has 755 rooms and nine restaurants offering Cajun and Louisiana specialty cuisine. The Showboat-Mardi Gras Casino is open for 24 hours. This hotel casino is a very distinct building in the Atlantic City. The Tropicana Hotel and Casino ((Brighton Avenue and the Boardwalk) has 1,600 rooms and six restaurants. It fronts on the Senator Frank S. Farley Marina, her own name. It features a spa, club, pool, tennis, basketball and shuffleboard courts, running track, showroom and ballroom. and Casino (Boardwalk at Mississippi Avenue) has 904 rooms and seven restaurants.The hotel has won the Five Star Diamond Award for Hospitality. Its casino covers 85,253 square feet, holding 2,852 slot machines and 88 tables. Virginia) has 1250 rooms and nine restaurants.
Source by Jimmy Sturo