Greetings From Atlantic City

What’s New on the Boardwalk.
The boardwalk is back! With $400 million in upgrades to Tropicana, Harrah’s Resort and Caesars Atlantic City, the seaside escape is adding new adventures, accommodations and dining destinations.


Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City has an all-new Atrium Hotel Tower with elegant rooms and suites (ranging from 450 to 700 square feet) that draw inspiration from the sea bathed in serene ocean-infused blues and sandy creams with white and gray accents. Guest accommodations at both Caesars Atlantic City and Harrah’s Resort have also been refreshed.

And a Nobu hotel will join the ranks of luxury offerings. The upscale Japanese-themed boutique Nobu Atlantic City, located in Caesars Atlantic City, will bring an air of sophistication with both its design and amenities including a Nobu Restaurant. Just steps away, fans of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay will get their fill of beef Wellington and sticky toffee pudding at the new Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen—the first on the East Coast, it’s designed to resemble the studio set.

“For 43 years, Caesars Atlantic City has been an iconic destination,” said Joe Lodise, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Caesars Atlantic City. “The resort transformation at Caesars Atlantic City will further the property’s evolution as one of the country’s leading travel destinations here on the East Coast—bringing the best of Las Vegas right here to the center of the action in Atlantic City.”

Tropicana Atlantic City is getting in on the action as well. The resort is set to debut eight new dining concepts starting this summer with BBQ joint Wild Honey Smokehouse and Tavern, the modern Ossu Japanese Tavern and twisted farm food from Hash House A Go. Guest-favorite il Verdi, an Italian restaurant serving house-made pasta and other delicacies, will receive a beautiful new beachfront location and design transformation.

On the entertainment and bar side, new venues opening this year include a live music sing-along bar with dueling pianos called Gin Rickey’s. The Royce Social Hall serves local beers in an adult rec room atmosphere with games like ping pong, shuffleboard, cornhole and bowling. Another new entry is Hawthorne & Cork. This intimate and refined new lounge experience shakes up bespoke cocktails and serves fine wines and spirits.

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