Atlantic City Casino Hotels Guide

Atlantic City casino hotels now offer online gambling entertainment to New Jersey residents and visitors, as well as the traditional and exciting live experience. There are currently 12 AC casino resorts and hotels operating in New Jersey, and they are spread out among four major sections in the city. Midtown, Uptown, Downbeach and Marina are the different sections of the famous Atlantic City that house the beach-side gambling casinos, but there are five casinos which continue to rank as the most visited and most popular tourist destinations, with one of these popular gambling hotspots memorialized forever on the board game of Monopoly.

Bally's Atlantic City

Boardwalk and Park Place are the two most expensive properties in the game of Monopoly mentioned above, and this is the address of the prestigious 1,749 room Bally's Atlantic City Casino, a Midtown property, which also runs the Wild Wild West hotel in AC. Throwing open its doors in 1979, the East Coast version of Bally's offers a wide selection of casino games such as slot machines, video poker, daily poker tournaments at 1 pm and 7 pm, and traditional casino table games. Bally's also offers a popular 10X Reward Credits program and extends a line of credit for those bigger rollers who do not like walking around with large amounts of cash. View Specials


In July of 2003, Atlantic City welcomed the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, which upscale and deep-pocketed customers will certainly enjoy. Since opening, the Borgata has been a number one tourist destination for AC travelers, and is always one of the most popular Atlantic City casino hotels. The Borgata adds elegance and fine dining at the highest levels to a full-fledged casino offering, changing the way people think about the typical casino experience. With a Tuscany theme, the luxury hotel, casino and spa boasts 2,002 rooms and is the largest hotel in New Jersey. The full casino experience is offered, in a high-end setting.

Trump Plaza

Trump Plaza is another a luxury resort, located in midtown Atlantic City. The oceanfront property was built in 1984, offers 906 rooms, as well as a health club, a 750-seat showroom and a 60,000 square foot casino. Fine dining and five-star live entertainment is available seven days a week, with two upscale and five casual dining facilities to choose from. More than 1,600 slot machines join the traditional casino games like blackjack, roulette, craps and baccarat, with the Trump Plaza offering a different special promotion each month to sweeten the pot. View Specials

Caesars Atlantic City

Built in 1979 with a Roman empire theme, the appropriately named Caesars Atlantic City offers 1,150 rooms and 145,000 square feet of total gaming space. The exterior facing the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean is built like an ancient Roman structure, and fine dining can be had at both the Atlantic Grill and Morton's The Steakhouse. You can pamper yourself at the Qua Baths & Spas, enjoy slots and video poker, or traditional poker and casino table games. The rooftop pool is a definite must after hitting the spa, and golf lovers can get a preferred tee time at the Atlantic City Country Club. View Specials

Trump Taj Mahal

The Trump Taj Mahal (known as the The Taj by locals) has been one of the most popular Atlantic City casino hotels since it opened in 1990. Located in the uptown section of the city, the oceanside boardwalk resort is home to one of the largest poker rooms in the entire state of New Jersey. Second in size only to the poker facilities at the Borgata, The Taj offers New Jersey residents and Atlantic City tourists 50 regular poker tables and 25 tournament tables. Popular estaurants at include Dynasty, Il Mulino New York, Robert's Steakhouse and the Hard Rock Cafe, and the hotel offers 2,248 rooms. View Specials


Located on the Marina waterfront, Harrah's was opened in 1980, and is one of the oldest of the Atlantic City casino hotels. With the second most rooms to only the Borgata at 2,590, Harrah's offers DJ Smooth with Saturdays After Dark, McCormick & Schmick's restaurant and more than 160,000 square feet of gambling floor space. Traditional casino games are offered, and Harrah's is one of the only resorts in Atlantic City to offer horserace betting at their new race book. The popular tourist spot also offers more than 40 poker tables for sit and go and tournament action. View Specials

The Golden Nugget

With 727 rooms, the Golden Nugget of Atlantic City is one of the smaller casino properties. With a Gold Rush era theme that dates back to the Wild West days of early America, the property was built in 1985 and sits oceanfront in the Marina district. Fine dining can be had at The Chart House, and slip rentals give you immediate access to the property's casino games and world-class entertainment options straight from your boat. A fully appointed gymnasium and spa are available for customers, and casino games include poker, traditional table games and slot machines. View Specials

The Resorts Casino Hotel

The Resorts Casino and Hotel is not only the oldest Atlantic City casino property, but also the oldest in all of New Jersey. 942 rooms grace this Boardwalk casino that sports a Roaring 20s theme with 100,000 square feet of gaming space. Built in 1978, The Resorts offers Gallagher's and Capriccio as dining options, and ongoing nightlife entertainment at its five bars, 2the 5 Hours Bar, Pro Bar, Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, LandShark Bar & Grill and 5 O'Clock Somewhere. Art Deco styling and 1920's style flappers adorn the casino, which offers 2,500 slot machines and a full slate of other casino games. View Specials

The Tropicana

The Tropicana delivers a generous 2,078 hotel rooms, and is one of the largest hotels in all of New Jersey, boasting over 3.000 slot machines and 170 table games. The luxury hotel, casino, and spa resort was founded in 1981 and offers an Old Havana theme. Entertainment options include a Family Fun Center, retail shopping at the famous on-premises Quarter, the Tropicana Showroom, The Comedy Stop and huge screen IMAX Theater.

That rounds out the list of exciting Atlantic City casino hotels which offer great nightlife, fine dining and property-specific specialties. And they all have the opportunity to provide online gambling as well. The 12 major Atlantic City casino hotels and resorts listed here deliver casino table games, poker, slots, racebooks and sportsbooks, as well as the best in entertainment and fine dining, and are guaranteed to give you an exciting and memorable experience, each with its own special theme. View Specials

World Class Casino Hotels In Atlantic City

Below you'll find the 12 casino hotel options in Atlantic City. We've included a link for you to check out booking prices and availability for those visitors interested in planning a visit to this East Coast version of Vegas. For those of you who are unable to get away right now you can still experience the Atlantic City experience virtually with sophisticated and highly secure Atlantic City Gambling Online.

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