It's the East Coast's answer to Las Vegas. Atlantic City's casinos draw tourists by the car- and bus-load, but even if your main objective is to play some blackjack, you'll want to save time for sightseeing. Stroll along the famous boardwalk with its numerous amusements and eateries or visit the historic, recently restored Absecon Lighthouse. Several fine courses attract golf enthusiasts, and in summer, local beaches are popular with families. Water-based activities include parasailing, charter fishing and tall ship cruises. Casino hoppers have 12 establishments to choose from, which run the gamut from elegance to a Wild West theme, so there's something for everyone's taste. Those who remember Atlantic City in its pre-gambling days can wax nostalgic with a taste of saltwater taffy, which has been an Atlantic City specialty for over 100 years.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
Popular casino offers the "Turf Club," which features thoroughbred and standard-bred horse racing from major racetracks around the country.
I love this show from dancing, to singing, acrobats, magicians everything needed to kick off that holiday mood. We were visiting Atlantic city this week and this show was a highlight of our trip. I really recommended it for families.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This high-energy casino offers a range of table games and daily poker tournaments. Their modern slot machines feature a rapid-pay ticket system so gamblers don't have to deal with carrying around coins.
I prefer to be on the Boardwalk, but you can't beat the upscale modern decor, service, restaurants and amenities of the Borgata.
4.5 based on 410 reviews
New Jersey's tallest lighthouse awaits you at Pacific and Rhode Island Avenues in Atlantic City (walking distance from Showboat Casino). Take an amazing journey into time and above it all as you ascend the 228 steps of the Absecon Lighthouse, one of the oldest lighthouses in the country. You'll see breathtaking views of the Atlantic City skyline and up top you'll come face-to-face with the original first-order Fresnel Lens, first lit in 1857.The lighthouse's recent multi-million dollar restoration also includes a stunning replica of the Lightkeeper's dwelling, an educational museum, charming gift shop, Fresnel Lens exhibit in the original Oil House and expansive grounds.The Absecon Lighthouse is on both the New Jersey and National Registries of Historic Places.
We loved climbing over 200 steps to the top. This was one of the high lights of our trips since we have never been inside of a lighthouse before. Definitely a must do excursion to in Atlantic city.
4 based on 576 reviews
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4.5 based on 64 reviews
The Korean Conflict, (war has to be declared by congress and was not in this case) claimed many lives and is pretty much the forgotten step child in American Military history. It is nice to see some recognition for the brave men who fought on our behalf for freedom in this conflict.
4 based on 1 reviews
Bright and dazzling casino measures 124,720 square feet, making it one of the largest gaming areas in Atlantic City.
Getting more and more dirty. Front desk ppl are nasty. Don't give room requested give lesser room when place is empty . Stay there all the time but tired of being treated badly. Staying at Golden Nugget or if I can't get a room Harrahs. Dirty rooms past3times.
4 based on 695 reviews
Smells like stale smoke and "skunk"-- non-smoking area a joke, small and smelly too-- I won a little, but didn't really get comps, guess I didn't spend as much as some-- heard they're cutting back on the free beverages, didn't see any waitresses either night we were there--
4 based on 4 reviews
Opened on June 26, 1870, the world-famous Boardwalk stretches along six magical and glittering miles of Atlantic City beachfront.
Sad to say, as a native of New Jersey, who came home to visit relatives, after a long time away, our stop in Atlantic City was VERY DISAPPOINTING !
OVERALL NOT WOTH YOUR TIME OR MONEY.
Building after building in badly needed maintenance, let alone most needing renovations, looking like nothing has been taken care of for a decade or longer.
Dirty store after dirty store with aggressive attendants, hawking at you to visit their store, mostly retail oriented with a few food locations, selling that great .99 cent hot dog, that is probably made of the leftover scraps at the slaughter house or pizza hat looks like its been around for days.
The usual problems with aggressive homeless, beggars and most annoying a group of VERY AGGRESSIVE Cycle cart vendors.
Cycle Cart Vendors, who make NYC cab drivers look like Mother Teresa, stand right outside of every Casino, so you have to run into them, and if they miss you there, there are up and down the Boardwalk bothering you every few minutes trying to get you to take a ride in their cycle carts.
It is SAD to see the Boardwalk in such poor condition, and Atlantic City has no one to blame but themselves.
Too many places today, think they can rest on the past reputations and continue to get visitors.
If there wasn't so many vacant, rundown old hotels on the way in, the boardwalk was in better shape, and the police controlled all the homeless, dealers and aggressive vendors, on and around the Boardwalk, my opinion would be much different.
All the old hotels & buildings that are vacant, abandoned etc. A Vacant field is MUCH better.
Actually make make a presence on the boardwalk and make tourist feel safer, instead of letting the homeless, and aggressive pan handlers and others run the boardwalk, for the entire year, instead of just the 3 months if Summer.
The towns and Cities should make an effort to house the homeless, there are so many abandoned hotels that could be renovated and used.
Demo old hotels on the way in and building decent affordable housing for needy and the regular people to live at an affordable price.
Can anyone one say "Code Enforcement" ?.
How about going after the significant amount of run down stores hotels etc and enforce codes and either make owners repair or demo and take the property if they cannot afford or want to make the needed repairs.
Help the residents and businesses with low cost loans or grants to help make improvements is another idea.
The State of New Jersey should be EMBARRASSED by the current POOR CONDITIONS in and around the Boardwalk and most of the surrounding area, I am as a native of NJ, come home for a visit.
3.5 based on 623 reviews
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Mario at the front desk was very helpful and pleasant. He helped us upgrade to beautiful two room suite. Our room was ready and waiting. We had a 30 dollar food credit that we use for room service in the morning. Great getaway weekend. Going back this week.
4 based on 493 reviews
This gaming center offers practically every game in town from Pai Gow Poker and Blackjack to Caribbean Stud Poker and Double OO Roulette.
Stayed 2 nights at this hotel. When looking at where to stay, we’d always been happy at their location in Las Vegas. This location is NOTHING like it. The amenities were all closed, even though they advertised them as year round. The room was decent but they have mostly super old slots from decades ago. The staff was slow on service. The entire floor smelled like marijuana and when brought to their attention, they laughed and said it didn’t. Parking is so far from anything and the garage and hotel are in disrepair. The food was overpriced and lacking. Not somewhere we would go again.
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