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Harrah's Resort Atlantic City - Atlantic City Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Harrah's Resort Atlantic City

777 Harrah's Blvd., Atlantic City - Map
 
 
"Good place to stay when seeing a show at the Bogat"
Went to see a show at the Bogata, too expensive to stay there so chose Harrah's. A safe short walk away it worked out perfectly. Would recommend this as a good choice to save some on the room.
Traveller from Central Jersey
Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City is right on the water in the Marina District, 12 miles (19 km) from the airport. Harrah’s …More
Tropicana Casino & Resort - Atlantic City Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$50

Tropicana Casino & Resort

2831 Boardwalk, Atlantic City - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to beach. It was clean and everyt"
The casino did not seem to pay. We have better winnings at Dover Downs and Maryland Live
A Traveller
Home to The Comedy Stop and an IMAX theater, this beachfront casino hotel is on the Boardwalk, 4 blocks from the Atlantic …More
The Chelsea - Atlantic City Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Chelsea

111 South Chelsea Avenue, Atlantic City - Map
 
 
"Great location. "
This hotel is located right on the Boardwalk and ease to beach is effortless. Upgrades have been completed in most areas but still has some areas that could use remodeling. I was very pleased with the staff but had a problem with children and teenagers on my floor running the hallway all hours of the night. Staff refused to move me but luckily the problem makers left the next day.
Traveller from Kentucky.
This hotel is on the beach in Atlantic City, on the city’s Boardwalk. The Quarter at the Tropicana is right away, and …More
Superlodge Atlantic City/Absecon - Absecon Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Superlodge Atlantic City/Absecon

633 White Horse Pike, Absecon - Map
 
 
"Good bargain "
Lady at desk was very nice once we were nice to her. Room was good for the price. Had a hot tub, fridge & micro. Everything was clean. My only advice is to bring your own pillow because theirs are paper thin
Traveller from D
Situated near the beach, this motel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Heritage Park and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Absecon Wildlife Management …More
The Claridge Hotel - Atlantic City Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$94

The Claridge Hotel

Boardwalk & Park Pl, Atlantic City - Map
 
 
"nice hotel close to every thing"
My problems came upon regristration, checking in. Wasnt told that a $100 hold was placed on your account, second, the resort fees were not listed on travelocity site, or Claridge site as being manadatory.. okay tried to continue my stay. to only have them check me out for one nite, when I was staying two. And when they fixed the problem, they put ANOTHER $100 hold on my account... Checking with my bank on today 8/30/16 account overdrawn by 62.00 because of staff error and not having this info available on ur site and any travelsite they may deal it... ,
Traveller from Canton Michigan
Situated in Atlantic City, this beach hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Monopoly Monument and Steel Pier. Pier Shops at …More
Sunset Inn - Atlantic City Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Sunset Inn

1400 Absecon Blvd., Atlantic City - Map
 
 
Situated in Atlantic City, this motel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Atlantic City Convention Center and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Steel …More
Empire Inn & Suites Atlantic City/Absecon - Absecon Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Empire Inn & Suites Atlantic City/Absecon

630 White Horse Pike, Absecon - Map
 
 
"Close to Atlantic City "
Easy to find. Room was very clean. Crisp new sheets on the bed. Jacuzzi worked and clean also. Only thing was pillows were flat but I'd stay again.. just bring my own pillow
Traveller from New Jersey
Situated in the business district, this motel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Heritage Park and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Absecon Wildlife …More
The Annex at the Chelsea - Atlantic City Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Annex at the Chelsea

111 South Chelsea Avenue, Atlantic City - Map
 
 
"Things aren't always as it seems"
When I checked into this hotel for the first time I was given a room in the "annex" which slightly resembles a prison cell with a door. Since this was my girlfriends first trip to Atlantic city I called the desk to complain that the room didn't look as it did on the website (travelocity). The man I spoke to (Sal) took the time to listen to my complaint and he did everything in his power to make it right even though it wasn't the hotels fault as it was the travel websites fault for using fake photos. Sal made it a great stay and we will return again really soon. Be aware of what the annex is prior to making your reservation. Things aren't always as nice as they seem. Thank you Sal!!!!
A Traveller
Located in the heart of Atlantic City, this spa hotel is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Quarter at Tropicana and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from …More
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa - Atlantic City Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa

1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City - Map
 
 
"Beautiful hotel! Hands down the best choice!"
Amazing hotel just a short shuttle ride to the Boardwalk. After visiting all of the local casinos I definitely recommend the Borgata!!
Traveller from Tampa, Florida
Located in the Renaissance Pointe area near the state marina, this Atlantic City, 43-story resort is about 2.5 miles from the …More
Ramada West Atlantic City - Pleasantville Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$55

Ramada West Atlantic City

8037 Black Horse Pike, Pleasantville - Map
 
 
Nothing to say all was ok.....You can hear people banging there doors that's all and the Ac wasn't all that great
Traveller from Scranton
This hotel on Lakes Bay in Atlantic City West is 2 miles from casinos and 3 miles from the beach and boardwalk.More

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    There are some cities that exist between kerosene and fairytales. These places leave the taste of caramel corn and sugar on your lips, strips of pictures from photo booths peeking out of your hand, and a few loose coins clanking in your pocket. Atlantic City hotels allow you to live in one of these places—a quintessential American fever dream that has always meant something more than boardwalk planks and sticky taffy.

    It began as a marvel—a place ablaze in lights and the big bands ringing their notes. By the 21st century, the luster of “new” had melted into gold chips towering as high as the casino ceilings. Some of the venues have changed as years have passed, with more poker cards than pecks on the cheek and concert bills than small-town parades, but you can still get fresh fudge and a glowing tan on sunny New Jersey days. Head out of one of the many hotels in Atlantic City and explore a place that’s embracing its future without forgetting what made it special in the first place. Book your pick of hotel rooms in Atlantic City and get to know this famous stretch of New Jersey.

    Things to Do

    There is a common phrase tossed frequently around here: “Do AC.” But what exactly is there to do? So much more than you initially imagined.

    Steel Pier

    Do you remember the last time you rode a carousel and clung to the reins of an intricately painted steed as the platform lightly spun in slow circle? Forward and back it goes, like a time machine, and everything beyond that loop can’t touch you, worry you, or demand your attention. Instead, you’re free. This experience is waiting for you when you hop on the double-decked carousel on Steel Pier. This strip of AC is home to all of the rides your grandparents loved, and modern coasters your kids will beg to ride again and again.

    A word to the wise: Some of the best places to stay in Atlantic City are by the pier. You might want to book your hotel early before the crowds hit the beach.

    Casinos

    There are some things in life that require years of skill. You can practice and practice, read all the books, hear all the advice, and deliver yourself to the echelons of greatness. And then there’s luck. Fickle, temperamental, and glorious all at once, luck has a way of keeping us on our toes. And when you want to try out both skill and luck, there’s no better place to stay than in the Atlantic City casinos—Atlantic City is home to nearly a dozen of them. Names like Bally’s Atlantic City, Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, and Caesars at Atlantic City glow in the night with big letters and promises of gigantic fortunes to be made. If you feel like Lady Luck is on your side, try out a few penny slots or blackjack tables and see where Dame Fortuna leads you. Casino-hopping is often regarded as one of the top things to do in Atlantic City, so traveler, get a move on.

    Shopping

    Every trinket tells a story, and every outfit expresses an emotion. So give yourself some variety when you do some shopping in Atlantic City. There’s the Tanger Outlets The Walk, which features over 100 outlet stores; The Playground, which features entertainment option along with name brands; and The Quarter at Tropicana, which plays host to local New Jersey shops shelling their wares.

    As you roam around, don’t feel the need to clutch your pennies too tight—Atlantic City has tax-free shopping on most clothing items. And if threads and shoes are not what you seek, simply find yourself at one of the Atlantic City hotels near the boardwalk, where you can buy saltwater taffy and caramel apples to bring back to your hotel. You can always find some hidden treasures as you window shop along the planks.

    Things to See

    Atlantic City has a long history on the East Coast. Keep your eyes open for vestiges of yore blending in seamlessly with the new.

    Boardwalk Hall

    Boardwalk Hall has worn many hats since it opened in 1929, and continues to shift and change to suit the tastes of today. Through the years, this massive 10,500-seat hall—which became a U.S. Historical Landmark in 1987—has put on boxing matches, concerts, and almost every year of the Miss America pageant. Look up the nightly schedule as you roam around the city; you might just end up seeing a show of epic portions. And remember, if you’re asking where to stay in Atlantic City, booking a room close to the concert hall means less traffic once the event is over.

    WWI Memorial

    This town is famous for honoring history—both its own and the nation’s. As you wander through the area, make a stop at Atlantic City’s WWI Memorial. Inside the Greek-styled chamber is a sculpture named “Liberty in Distress.” The beautiful bronze statue tilts her head in anguish as she holds the dying body of a solider. It’s a memorial site to remind you that it took a generation of sacrifice to enjoy the pleasures of today.

    Absecon Lighthouse

    While most people get to see New Jersey from the shore, there’s a way to see it from dizzying heights. Roam up the Absecon Lighthouse, the third-tallest lighthouse in the country, as well as one of the oldest. There are 228 steps in all, with impeccable views of the Atlantic City skyline once you’ve reached the top. You can also view a replica of the light keeper’s home, along with an original Fresnel lens that was first lit in 1857. It’s easy to realize that Atlantic City really has been aglow for decades of visitors.

    There are few places that more of a sense of nostalgia and wonder than Atlantic City. For generations, travelers have journeyed to the seaside destination and returned with stories. Create a chapter in your own book of life when you get to know this slice of New Jersey with help from Travelocity and their Atlantic City hotel deals.

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