Casinos & Gaming
Casinos & Gaming
When it comes to beautiful beaches, clean ocean waves and hospitality that knows no bounds, Atlantic City has been the best game in town for the past 150 years.
And for more than 30 of those years, Atlantic City has been the place to gamble on the east coast.
Where else in the United States can you find mega-resorts featuring the finest in gambling - coupled with headline entertainment, delicious dining and decadent spas - all within feet of a glistening ocean or calming back bay?
Whether you’re looking to hit it big at the slots, try your hand at some high-powered poker or enjoy anything in between, you’ll find something in Atlantic City’s casinos to turn you on.
Slots, poker rooms, baccarat pits, keno, race books and specialty table games provide non-stop action along the Boardwalk and Marina District – with each casino providing its own distinctive theme and flair for hospitality. There may be a closer place to play, but none that offers the full-service destination of an Atlantic City retreat.
This seaside resort and gaming capital of the East Coast hosts 32 million visitors a year, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States.
Billions of dollars in investments in recent years has Atlantic City bursting at the seams with world-renowned casinos and hotels that, in addition to gaming tables, offer restaurants featuring famous chefs, unique attractions, headline entertainment, extravagant spas, elite shopping and so much more.
Along the Boardwalk, you’ll find Showboat, the Mardi Gras Casino; Resorts Atlantic City; Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort; Bally’s Atlantic City; Caesars Atlantic City; Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino; Tropicana Casino and Resort; and Atlantic City Hilton Casino Resort.
In the Marina District, you’ll find Trump Marina Hotel Casino, Harrah’s Resort and the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa.
Of course, the casinos really come alive at night. Each one offers a different theme and style all its own.
In the Marina District, it’s always summer at The Pool at Harrah’s Resort where, after dark, it’s one of the hottest spots on the Atlantic City nightclub scene.
Between the sensual personalities of mur.mur and the high-energy dancing at mixx, the Borgata features nightlife teeming with excitement. The Wave at Trump Marina lets you dance to your favorite bands.
Back over at the Boardwalk, Boogie Nights is where you can enjoy retro ’70s and ’80s entertainment and at the Casbah at Trump Taj Mahal, state-of-the-art lights and sound enhance the dancing to an electrifying DJ.
Atlantic City’s newest multilevel nightclub right on the Boardwalk, Dusk at Caesars Atlantic City opened with the hottest club music provided by renowned DJ and club co-owner DJ AM.
The Quarter at Tropicana features everything from sports bars and live music to the ice bar and vodka locker at Red Square to salsa dancing and the Missile Bar at Cuba Libre and karaoke at Planet Rose to the social scene at Providence.
If you’re lucky enough to visit Atlantic City during the spring or summer, check out the casino beach bars, where you’ll be able to sip your favorite drink and enjoy the cool ocean breezes at Bally’s Bikini Beach Bar, the Beach Bar at Trump Plaza and the Hilton Beach Bar.
While not quite “on the beach,” the Deck at Trump Marina overlooks the beautiful bay and marina and is perfect for relaxing or taking in your favorite band.
Check out the wide variety of entertainment options that each of the casinos in Atlantic City offers. We bet you'll find something to suit your tastes.
Try your luck at any one of Atlantic City’s 11 casino hotel resorts:
For more information, or to plan your next Atlantic City vacation getaway, visit www.atlanticcitynj.com or call 1-888-AC VISIT (228-4748).
- Atlantic City Hilton Casino Resort
- Bally’s Atlantic City
- Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
- Caesars Atlantic City
- Harrah’s Atlantic City
- Resorts Atlantic City
- Showboat – The Mardi Gras Casino
- Tropicana Casino and Resort
- Trump Marina Hotel Casino
- Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino
- Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort
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