One- or Two-Night Stay with Show Tickets, Casino Credit, and Spa Admission at Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ

Resorts Atlantic City

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In a Nutshell

Atlantic City’s first casino hotel, this Roaring Twenties–themed resort has a casino with table games and slots, as well as 7 dining options

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Expiration varies. Book by 6/24/13 or promo value expires. Valid for travel 4/28/13-5/30/13 or 6/2/13-6/24/13, depending on option purchased. Not valid 5/24, 5/26, or 6/14. Limit 4/person, 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1/visit, vouchers cannot be combined for consecutive nights. Reserv requd; subj to avail. Must cancel by 12pm one day prior to arrival or fee of applicable one-night's stay up to Groupon price applies. 21+ to check-in and gamble. CC required at booking and check-in. Must use promo value in 1 visit. Not valid toward existing or group reservations. $3 occupancy fee, $2 tourism fee, and 14% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Roaring Twenties Glam with Contemporary Games and Dining

Towering above the Atlantic Ocean and Atlantic City’s famed boardwalk, Resorts Casino Hotel dazzles with 1920s-style art-deco architecture befitting the glitz and glamour inside. Fanciful marble and gold-leaf detailing adorn the spacious lobby. The resort's Jazz Age feel extends to the casino floor, where the so-called Gatsby Girls walk through with trays full of cocktails. As Atlantic City’s first casino hotel and the first legal casino outside of Las Vegas, Resorts Casino Hotel welcomes guests to its glamorous, luxurious setting.

Resorts Casino Hotel's seven dining options include Gallagher's and Capriccio, where you can enjoy elegant Italian food amid Old-World lanterns and soaring white columns. For after-hours entertainment, check out any of the resort's themed nightclubs, including Pro Bar, an LGBT-friendly venue. Starting Memorial Day weekend, you can visit Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville entertainment complex with the Margaritaville Café, the LandShark Bar & Grill, themed gaming areas, the 5 O’Clock Somewhere Casino Bar, and a selection of retail shops.

To take advantage of the included show tickets, head to the hotel's 13th floor. You can choose from a number of revues and productions, including Divas Do AC, a drag show featuring a rotating cast of impersonators. You’ll retire to a luxurious Ocean Tower room or a Rendezvous Tower room, which has more than 500 square feet of space and oversize marble bathrooms.

Atlantic City, New Jersey: Casinos and Carnival Rides Lining Historical Beachside Boardwalk

No trip to Atlantic City is complete without a stroll along its signature boardwalk, which stretches for 6 miles along New Jersey's eastern coast. Originally built in 1870 to keep sand out of hotel lobbies, the boardwalk grew in popularity as a place where you could drink and gamble during Prohibition without much trouble from the police, as depicted in HBO's Boardwalk Empire. The boardwalk is still popular for its casinos, but it's family-friendly, too; visitors are just as inclined to sit at the beach or stop at one of the many carnival rides.

On the boardwalk, it's worth it to check out the Absecon Lighthouse, which is more than 150 years old. It's possible to climb its 228 steps to the top, which features sweeping views of the city skyline and the sea. Down at the base, you'll find a replica of the original light keeper's lonely cloister and the collection of sock puppets he created to keep him company.

Proving further that Atlantic City isn't all nightclubs, boardwalk, and casinos is Gardner's Basin, a maritime village along the bay. Here, a community of artisans uses seashells and driftwood to hand-make items such as wind chimes and picture frames. However, the Basin's biggest claim to fame is the 25,000-gallon Atlantic City Aquarium swimming with turtles and rays.

Atlantic City was damaged minimally during Hurricane Sandy. The city and its casinos are ready for business and anticipating a successful 2013 season. Read more in this press release from the Atlantic City Alliance. The Alliance notes that the Boardwalk is “still intact and as beautiful as ever.”

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  • “Room was very nice, with good amenities. Price was nice for room.”

  • “Resorts has nice rooms and I enjoy the Margaritaville additions and the connection to Taj Mahal. ”

  • “The room was spacious and clean with a view of the ocean. The front desk was very accommodating. ”

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    Resorts Atlantic City

    1133 Boardwalk

    Atlantic City

    Atlantic City, NJ 08401


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