Nov 30 - Dec 1
Close to everything and very clean. Staff was pleasant very helpful.
Dec 24 - Dec 25
The property was clean and a great view from the room, but they didn’t give a least a map so you can see where to go, where to eat or things to do in the hotel at night.
Nov 30 - Dec 1
Due to Covid certain things were closed or limited but other than that everything else was great
Dec 3 - Dec 4
The hotel room was very clean. The service and staff was amazing. Bob who brought up our luggage was great and very helpful. The one and only complaint is the pool was always crowded with many children screaming and splashing. After 10 PM it becomes an adults only pool. The connection to Bally‘s ...
Nov 29 - Nov 30
Fun place to stay-great access to the Boardwalk, and Steel Pier-Food through out the hotel is top notch-would definitely chose to stay here again.
Nov 30 - Dec 1
Amazing view great food and drinks wonderful hospitality. PS do you think the slots machines can return our money :)
Serving as a lively link between city and sea, the Atlantic City Boardwalk stretches for more than four miles along Absecon Island on the famed Jersey Shore. First constructed in 1878, this American icon separates the ocean beach from a variety of venues, ranging from retail shops and museums to casinos, boardwalk hotels and restaurants, all with that singular Atlantic City flair.
The boardwalk's herringbone-patterned layout provides the perfect surface for two-wheeled vehicles, and a leisurely bicycle ride provides the easiest way of making your way through all the hustle and bustle. There's no need to bring your own. as rentals can be found all along the boardwalk.
Atlantic City beaches are free and open to all. It's just a short walk to the ocean from any of the AC boardwalk hotels. There's never a cover charge, so any fine day will give you the opportunity to make some waves.
Atlantic City is known for diversity. There's so much here to see and do, you'll barely have time for the slots.
Steel Pier houses a family-style amusement park with a number of attractions and food to suit the entire family. If shopping is your passion, head down to The Pier Shops at Caesars. While go-kart fans will find the right track on the Central Pier, the Garden Pier offers both the Atlantic City Historical Museum and the Atlantic City Arts Museum for those in need of a culture fix.
As you amble along the boardwalk, it won't be long before you encounter one of the many casino entrances. Deciding which to visit first could be the hardest part. From south to north, you will have at your disposal the Tropicana, Caesars, Bally's, Wild Wild West and the Trump Taj Mahal.
After an absence of nearly 10 years, the Miss America Pageant has returned to its original home. If you're in town during the middle of September, stop by Boardwalk Hall and have a look for yourself.
Take a stroll in the ocean air and enjoy live music as you sample more than 100 handpicked varieties of wine and champagne at various boardwalk locations. This September event will satisfy all your senses.
You are in the midst of all the action in Atlantic City Boardwalk, with direct access to casinos, beaches and piers. Revel is a highly sophisticated and fairly new addition to the area. Complete with nightclub and 11 fine dining restaurants, there is also a sky garden for guests to take in the luxurious surroundings. For those who prefer their lodgings minus major indulgences, the Days Inn Atlantic City Waterfront offers a more modest and comfortable experience.
Although a maritime climate keeps Atlantic City's temperatures on the moderate side, visitors must remember that AC is still a northeastern resort area. Temperatures average in the 20s during the winter and summer temperatures usually have highs in the 80s. The summer months offer the widest array of things to see and do for visitors to the Boardwalk, but the indoor attractions ensure that, regardless of when you visit, there will be more than enough to keep you entertained.