Flagship All-Suites, a fantaSea Resort is at the north end of the Atlantic City Boardwalk, a less crowded section favored by fishers and strollers. Historic Gardner's Basin and Atlantic City Aquarium are a half-mile away.
Located in Atlantic City, this beachfront hotel is in the city center, 0.2 mi (0.2 km) from Quarter at Tropicana, and 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Steel Pier. Atlantic City Miniature Golf and Sandcastle Baseball Stadium are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Atlantic City, this beachfront resort is on the boardwalk, just steps from Ripley's Believe It or Not Odditorium and Central Pier Arcade and Speedway. Monopoly Monument and Steel Pier are also within 10 minutes.
Offering direct access to the beach, this Atlantic City condo building is within a 10-minute walk of Ventnor Pier and Steel Pier. Ripley's Believe It or Not Odditorium and Central Pier Arcade and Speedway are also within 5 minutes.
This beachfront vacation home is located in Atlantic City, close to Historic Gardners Basin, Snug Harbor, and Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina. Also nearby are Steel Pier and Atlantic City Aquarium.
Situated on the waterfront, this property is close to Historic Gardners Basin, Steel Pier, and Atlantic City Aquarium. Also nearby are Snug Harbor and Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina.
This beachfront vacation home is located in the city center, close to Historic Gardners Basin, Snug Harbor, and Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina. Also nearby are Steel Pier and Atlantic City Aquarium.
This beachfront property is located in Atlantic City, close to Absecon Lighthouse, Snug Harbor, and Altman Playground. Also nearby are Steel Pier and Historic Gardners Basin.
When a city works its way into our cultural dialogue—to no doing of itself—it becomes a destination that must be experienced. The references become familiar, more understood. Vague images turn into clear mental snapshots. Even vivid descriptions find direct sensory connections through taste and smell. Atlantic City is such a place. New York and Los Angeles certainly—and rightfully—have earned a spot in cultural notoriety. The last time we checked, though, they still don’t have a board game based on them. Even aspects of the game are now popular idioms. However, you can only play the game so often before you need to visit. It’s one thing to build up your properties. But, staying in the hotels on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City is an opportunity to explore the iconic places you thought were only privy to a little silver boot. You’ve seen the postcards. The bikini-clad beauty pageant contestants posing on the shore with the waves crashing beside them, Steel Pier in the background. The saltwater taffy vendors, souvenir shops, and pizza stands, lining the boardwalk as far as the eye can see. Glittering casino floors, filled with dreamers hoping that Lady Luck will shine her light upon them. Wise wanderer, the images are ageless. There is a place where the glitz and glamor of a city that never sleeps meet the eternal ebb and flow of the moonlit tide. A place where luck lives, beauty reigns, and wooden planks lead your way. Come experience the wonder for yourself at one of Travelocity’s Atlantic City Boardwalk hotels.
You’ll feel the history that has been worn into the wooden way under every memorable step you take. Completed in the late 1800s, the boardwalk has seen every facet of the human experience: laughter and joy, heartbreak and sorrow, the nerves accompanying a first kiss, and the thrill that comes with a tremendous victory at one of the casinos. Wander down the old boards, hands in your pockets, and let the story of the human condition swirl around you.
Many of the hotels on the boardwalk in Atlantic City host cafes, restaurants, and casinos. So a place to sit back and reflect—or to chance your luck—is never far away. Glance at the throngs of crowds enjoying their day with sweet treats, souvenirs, and sunshine…or look past them, across the glistening Atlantic. Even the busy boardwalk seems small, almost insignificant even when compared to the power of the sea. Do you feel humbled, or merely reassured? Here are our favorite hotels near the Atlantic City Boardwalk to contemplate your place above the yellow pine planks:
Rent a car near the boardwalk and pull away from the mystery of life for a time. Roam around the greater city area in search of meaning, or take in an even deeper-rooted feeling of history to the west, in Philadelphia.
Trust Travelocity to secure you the lodging you need at a price you can afford. Whether you’re searching for hotels on the boardwalk in Atlantic City or you’d rather stay on Atlantic City’s back bay, we have something for you. You’ll find a wide selection of great deals for Atlantic City hotels. Every choice is a winner.