Luxury Hotel and Casino on World-Renowned Boardwalk
An ivory emblem of excitement and luxury, the towering white façade of the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino looms over Atlantic City's famous Boardwalk. Thirty-nine stories of opulence, from the brushed gold of the hotel's 906 well-appointed guest rooms to the enormity of the Trump casino, envelop visitors in a sumptuous environment befitting Atlantic City's rich history.
Beach-view deluxe rooms comfort visitors with either a king bed or two double beds nestled next to sweeping scenes of the Atlantic below. Simmons HealthSmart pillow-top mattresses swathed in soft gold linens give sleepy travelers an opportunity to don their dressiest pajamas. When voyagers venture out of their comfortably posh nests, the casino downstairs beckons with traditional table games such as blackjack, roulette, and craps, as well as more than 2,000 slot machines, brand-new video screens, and multilevel progressive games. The fitness center's free weights and new cardio machines further elevate heart rates, and the on-site spa gives hotel guests exclusive run of its steam rooms, saunas, and jacuzzi shower, as well as complimentary fruit, juice, and plushy terrycloth robes and slippers.
Vacationers can stave off hunger pangs in one of the two in-house fine-dining restaurants or one of numerous casual on-site eateries such as 24 Central Café, whose menu runs the gamut from open-faced Reubens to honey-dipped fried chicken to roast prime rib. In season, a 17,000-square-foot beach bar—pegged by the Travel Channel as one of the 21 Sexiest Beach Bars on the planet—lends a hint of added exoticism to cocktail quaffing and wave watching.
Atlantic City: Historic Seaside Gaming Town Flush with Modern Attractions
Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino sits steps away from the bustling Boardwalk, in the center of Atlantic City's electrifying atmosphere. Shopping, brilliantly lit casinos, and century-old restaurants lure visitors from the Plaza complex and immerse them in the city's rich recreational possibilities. The Atlantic City Historical Museum, which houses items from Atlantic City's 1920s heyday as well as a collection of Miss America memorabilia, examines the rise, decline, and rise again of America's Playground. Picturesque lighthouses beg visitors for a climb, and kid-friendly venues and activities such as IMAX theaters, arcade games, and carnival rides keep children from bickering about the properties of non-Newtonian fluids.