Roaring Twenties Glam with Contemporary Games and Dining
Towering above the gentle waves of the Atlantic and the famed Boardwalk, the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City dazzles onlookers with 1920s-style architecture befitting the celebration of glitz and glamour inside. Fanciful marble and gold-leaf detailing adorn the spacious lobby where high-rollers and partiers filter in. The resort's Jazz Age feel extends to the casino floor, as Gatsby Girls meander through toting trays full of cocktails.
In the Rendezvous Tower, rooms embody opulence with imported marble accents in oversize bathrooms, elegant vintage lamps, and rich wood detailing, including an ornate inlaid wood headboard anchoring either one king bed or two double beds. Rooms in the Ocean Tower soak up views of the Atlantic, the beach, and the boardwalk while providing convenient access to resort facilities. Comfortable lounge chairs line the sumptuous indoor-outdoor pool, which streams from under an arcing glass shelter into the open air.
Resorts Casino Hotel's seven dining options entice all manner of tastes. Capriccio serves elegant Italian dishes amid Old World lanterns and soaring white columns. After-hours entertainment flourishes at the resort's themed nightclubs, ranging from Pro Bar, an LGBT-friendly casino nightclub, to The Whiskey Bar—formerly Torch—an upscale watering hole with an impressive selection of premium scotches and whiskeys.
In addition to two tickets to any of the onsite revues and shows, visitors get access to the Resorts Spa & Health Club to unwind in warm saunas, whirlpools, and steam rooms or to enjoy a soothing massage for an additional fee.
Atlantic City, New Jersey: Historical Seaside Casino Town Flush with Modern Attractions
The bustling Boardwalk winds past the foot of the Resorts Casino Hotel in the center of Atlantic City's electrifying atmosphere. Shopping, brilliantly lit casinos, and century-old restaurants lure visitors from the Resorts 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.
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