As we were checking in we got upgraded to a king room in the Chelsea. It was clean and nice and that part of Tropicana is nicely decorated and elegant. The pillows were my only complaint, I like flat pillows and theirs is bulky. Close to boardwalk also
Bally's is reasonably priced and in a great location in Atlantic city. If you and don't want to go out on the boardwalk, you can get to the Playground and Caesars all from the inside. It is very convenient. Hotel staff were great.
One can go to AC for the weekend and never leave the casIno. Borgata has the Marketplace which has a 24-hr convenience store for when the restaurants close or you just want a snack. Since it was rainy when we were there, that made the stay all the more convenient. The slots and tables are a mix of ...
Room was very clean, the both mattresses were not damaged (as a found to be a problem with all the other hotels and motels I stay at). Ac worked wish it had a digital temp dial. The filter on the AC was clean. Grout in the bathroom was clean, still white. WiFi needs to have a password, Wifi speed ...
Convenient hotel right off the highway and 20 minutes away from Atlantic City Marina and boardwalk. Myself and another couple planned a trip to Atlantic city for the weekend. As I was looking for hotel Days Inn came to be the most affordable for the week in July. I paid 333 for the weekend Friday ...
Everyone was very kind, check in was easy, I can’t wait to return
great place. My kids loved being close to the beach. Took a walk on the board in the evening. Only downside is the lack of good restaurants near the boardwalk. Will be back if the summer allows ! Rooms were well apportioned and clean. We encountered some traffic whilst getting to the shore so try to avoid the peak times.
One negative. We had a suite .. both safes were not working. I could've called the desk and the two desk persons that I dealt with on check in and then check out were pleasant .. but it was one night . I am sure they fixed the problem.
There are too many goods to list. All staff were friendly and helpful. The room was clean and beautiful. There is no pool, so that brings the grade down. Also, the sheets currently being used are a bit abrasive. So if you have a sunburn, it's not great sleep. Finally, my last complaint was the bartender's abilities. For a hotel she was ok. She knew how to serve food and coffee well, but she had to look up mixed drinks right in front of me and was texting someone after taking my order. This may have been a one time thing, but it was part of my experience. She had a great attitude and was friendly, which made up for the bad.
Known as the East Coast's gaming capital, this resort destination offers fine dining, legendary entertainment, shopping and beach days all in one spot. Atlantic City blends the ambience of small-town America with lively urban life. The most famous feature of this place is the large boardwalk lined with casinos. Its rich heritage runs deep and continues to attract visitors from around the world looking to uncover the excitement that inspired songs, movie and even board games.
The four-mile boardwalk is home to famous casinos and novelty shops. Rest your feet and take a ride in a rolling chair, a boardwalk staple since the 1800s, before meandering in and out of casinos to enjoy the try your luck at the slot machines, roulette wheel, or an old -fashioned card game. The boardwalk overlooks the ocean and one of New Jersey's best beaches. It has earned the nickname “America's playground,” where visitors and locals can tan, swim and play in the sand for free.
Just off the boardwalk you will find the Tanger Outlets, which span 15 city blocks. Famous names like Eddie Bauer, Forever 21 and Gap feature in the complex. For more elite shopping, The Pier Shops at Caesars features brands like Tiffany & Co. and Hugo Boss.
Atlantic City offers an eclectic array of dining options. Street vendors on the boardwalk serve up pizza, icing -dusted funnel cakes, soft pretzels and other treats. A visit to Steel's Fudge, the oldest family-owned fudge producer in the world, is a necessity for chocolate lovers.
Fine dining is available as well. For example, the Borgata Hotel houses Bobby Flay Steak, which features traditional steakhouse fare, and Chef Wolfgang Puck's renowned grille boasts American delights with a twist. To get the most bang for your buck, visit one of the many great AC buffets. Harrah's is a local favorite with its high variety of hot and cold entrees.
Famous names present shows around the city, from comedians to popular musical performers such as Rod Stewart, Erasure and Steely Dan. The Convention Center is a mecca for business events and conferences, from automotive trade shows to sports competitions and foodie events.
The boardwalk is lined with upscale hotels and most casinos offer rooms with varied amenities. The Borgata is one of the most modern facilities in the marina district, with more than 2,000 luxury guest rooms and suites. Off the main drag, recognized chains are available as well. For instance, the Best Western Envoy Inn is one block from the beach. Its downtown location remains in the heart of the city but provides more affordable rates.
Atlantic City hotels vary in price. Usually, boardwalk properties run a few hundred dollars a night. Further away, a visitor may find a suitable room for less than $100. During peak summer season, rates tend to be rise considerably.
Beach lovers will want to visit any time from June through August. However, this is peak season, so hotel rates are high. Atlantic City is located in the southern part of New Jersey, meaning summers are warm and humid but receive a pleasant ocean breeze, which keeps temperatures cooler than inland. Average highs are in the mid-70s. To avoid crowds, fall and spring are better and, after Labor Day, airfares drop, but some attractions begin to close.
Winters are cool, but Atlantic City’s position keeps it from receiving as much snow as other New Jersey regions, averaging 16 inches per year.
In March, the Convention Center houses the largest indoor antique and collectibles show in the world. Mid-June, sees the Borgata host its "Summer Open" poker tournament for budding players.
For fall, a new event in development is the AC Seafood Festival. This gives attendees the chance to experience live music, art and top food prepared by local chefs. The AC International Triathlon occurs in September as well, so you can run, cycle and swim your way to victory, or simply sit back and watch the competition.