There are countless group hotels to cope with visitor demand in Atlantic City: a tiny town that packs a huge tourist punch with its beachside location and countless casinos.
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
With 2,000 rooms and suites across 43 floors, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is one of the largest group hotels in Atlantic City. It offers six types of accommodation, all boasting oodles of space: the Classic Room, the Fire Suite, the Studio Suite, the Opus Suite, the Piatto Suite and finally, at 464 sqm, the Residence.
As an all-round entertainment complex, the Borgata is second to none. The massive casino is home to 3,026 slot machines, while the Borgata Event Center has seen the likes of Aerosmith and Pearl Jam perform. There’s also the Premier Nightclub, the Spa Toccare (boasting a salon and barbershop) and no less than six swimming pools!
Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City
The four star Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City has 2,587 rooms and suites spread across 40 floors. There are numerous one and two-bedroom suite options, such as the two-bedroom Penthouse Suite in the Atrium Tower, which has its own Jacuzzi!
There are, naturally, 2,192 slot machines to explore, plus 135 table games and 40 poker tables. But, perhaps one of the complex’s most special and upscale features is the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Salon and Spa. Elsewhere, there are 4 nightlife options and 13 dining options. Among the latter are Oshi Modern Asian Kitchen and, from the celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsey Steak.
Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City
One of the destination’s more affordable group hotels and only 18 minutes from Atlantic City Airport by car, the three star Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City has 2,074 rooms and suites. The entertainment complex is called The Quarter, boasting an IMAX Theatre, a spa, and numerous dining and shopping options. Patti LaBelle is just one of the star performers booked for 2019.
The Tropicana enjoys a perfect location next to the beach and the famous Boardwalk. Being home to under 40,000 permanent residents, all of Atlantic City’s main attractions – such as the charming Steel Pier, with its throwback carnival rides and games – are within walking distance of the Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City, and all the group hotels in this list.
Caesars Atlantic City
A cousin of one of the world’s largest and most iconic group hotels, Caesars Palace in Vegas (3,976 rooms and suites), Caesars Atlantic City lays claim to a more modest (but still pretty impressive!) 1,156 rooms and suites. There are no less than 27 variations among them!
Again, it’s on the Boardwalk. Gordon Ramsey makes another culinary appearance in the city, with the Gordon Ramsey Pub & Grill, and there are another 10 dining options to choose from. A mini city-within-a-city, there’s also three nightlife options, the Rooftop Pool, the Salon at Caesars and, of course, the sprawling Caesars Casino.