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1. Golden NuggetHuron & Brigantine Blvd, Atlantic City
2. Harrah's Resort Hotel & Casino777 Harrah's Blvd, Atlantic City
3. Revel500 Boardwalk, Atlantic City
4. Tropicana2831 Boardwalk, Atlantic City
5. The Chelsea111 S Chelsea Ave, Atlantic City
6. Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino2100 Pacific Ave, Atlantic City
7. Resorts Casino Hotel1133 Boardwalk, Atlantic City
8. Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City
With a 75,000sqft casino, 728 guest rooms, a nightclub, a 462-seat theater, and a beer-filled outdoor paradise called The Deck, you can experience the wonders of Atlantic City without ever leaving The Golden Nugget.
With its marina setting, a casino packed with 3,800 slot machines and over 40 poker tables, and famous Pool After Dark, Harrah's is the ultimate adult playground. Did we mention there are bikini clad go-go dancers at said pool? Yeah... you're welcome.
Buckle-up, this aptly named beachfront resort houses two ridiculous entertainment venues, a full-floor casino, a nightclub entirely devoted to the art of the burlesque striptease, and thirteen different places to chow down, proper or pauper style, depending on the dice.
The Tropicana more closely resembles an all-inclusive resort than a normal hotel. With ample dining options, a health club and spa, live entertainment and nightlife venues, and the only movie theater in Atlantic City, you'll never run out of things to do. And that's without mentioning the expansive casino that provides nearly endless ways for you to gamble your money away.
On a mission to return "glamour and sophistication to America's Playground", The Chelsea is Atlantic City's wealthy cousin, who still wants to feed you booze but in, like, the exact right kind of glassware. Note that it is also casino-less, so you'll have to get a bit more creative about losing all your money. Perhaps while crowd surfing at one of their pool-side DJ parties, or at their packed lineup of relaxation/restaurant/nightlife options.
Caesars Atlantic City has it all: spectacular hotel rooms, a variety of casual and fine dining options, a relaxing spa, the pier shops, bars, a nightclub, and an indoor pool. Don't let these amenities distract you from the real reason you came to AC though. Try your luck at slot machines, poker, table games, and race book. If that doesn't work out, then you can head back to the spa.
This spot is actually the VERY FIRST hotel/casino ever built in AC. With a modern Margaritaville-vibe, Resorts also rocks a pool with an "adult-only" swim. So. Yeah. Do that.
The Italian-chic, 2000-room Borgata is home to a 161000sqft casino, two event venues, four nightlife concepts, a spa, and an Iron-Chef heavy lineup of restaurants, including Bobby Flay and Wolfgang Puck. Skip the Boardwalk and just live here for a month.