More than $1.7 billion in investments in recent years has Atlantic City bursting at the seams with world-renowned casinos resorts and other hotels, brand name restaurants featuring famous chefs, unique attractions, headline entertainment, extravagant spas, championship golf, elite shopping and so much more.
Non-casino luxury hotels have changed the skyline of Atlantic City including The Water Club – a Signature Hotel by Borgata, Courtyard by Marriott and The Chelsea. Casinos have expanded with new towers and new amenities for their guests, including Trump Taj Mahal and Harrah’s Resort.
Atlantic City's newest hotel, casino resort, the Revel, features 1,100 rooms, 46 retail shops, 12 restaurants, three clubs, a 28,000-square-foot spa, 5,500 and 600 seat theatres a 150,000-square-foot casino woven within multiple layers of entertainment venues and more.
For the more discriminating shopper, The Pier Shops at Caesars features elite shopping from Tiffany & Co., Burberry, Hugo Boss and others. Tanger Outlets – The Walk spreads out over 15-city blocks and features outlet shopping from famous names like J. Crew, Michael Kors and Eddie Bauer, just to name a few.
Great dining is everywhere from famous names like Bobby Flay, Wolfgang Puck, Carmine’s, Cuba Libra, Buddakan, Mia, McCormick & Schmick’s seafood restaurant, Patsy’s, Il Mulino, Morton’s, Ruth’s Chris, Gallagher’s, Phillips Seafood and more.
Spas in Atlantic City are destinations unto themselves, which are more popular than ever. Names such as Vive Day Spa & Salon, Bluemercury Spa and Qua Bath & Spa lead the way for more spas that will have a grand reputation all their own include Sea Spa, Immersion and many more.
And, getting to Atlantic City is easier than ever. Spirit Airlines, the main carrier for the Atlantic City International Airport, recently added service to Boston, while the carrier AirTran, just began service between Atlantic City, Atlanta and Orlando.
Atlantic City is only an hour from Philadelphia and two-and-a-half hours from New York City, which makes it the perfect complement to those destinations. Rail service provided by New Jersey Transit arrives and departs through the rail terminal adjacent to the Atlantic City Convention Center and Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station.
Plan a trip today because whether it’s daytime or nighttime, there is always something to do in Atlantic City. From beach bars, fine dining and the beach to casinos, nightclubs and golf. To learn more, call toll free 1-888-AC-VISIT (228-4748) or visit Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority.
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