Resorts Casino Hotel has set the standard for casino gaming and entertainment since opening as the East Coast’s first casino on May 26, 1978. Throughout the past 32 years, Resorts has become synonymous with superior service, world-class casino gambling, luxurious accommodations, fine dining, and the biggest and brightest stars in entertainment.
Now under new ownership of DGMB Casinos, LLC, Resorts Casino Hotel is poised to return as the premier gaming destination in Atlantic City.
Today, Resorts Casino Hotel is situated on 11 acres of land with approximately 310 feet of Boardwalk frontage overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Resorts offers guests 942 hotel rooms and suites in two hotel towers: the oceanfront 15-story Ocean Tower, and the magnificent showpiece, the new $125 million, 27-story luxury Rendezvous Tower.
The 99,951-square foot casino at Resorts Casino Hotel features non-stop excitement and action 24 hours a day at more than 80 table games and more than 2,500 slot machines.
In addition to the casino and hotel facilities, Resorts includes a 1,350-seat showroom, a 300-seat theater, six restaurants, two VIP slot and table player lounges, an indoor-outdoor swimming pool, Boogie Nights dance club, two lounges, a salon, a health club and spa and retail shops. Resorts also offers approximately 39,000 square feet of convention facilities, including seven meeting rooms and a 13,000 square foot ballroom.
Resorts Casino Hotel is located at the northern end of the famed Boardwalk in Atlantic City, along with eight other of Atlantic City’s 12 casinos. Neighboring Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort and Showboat Hotel and Casino are connected to Resorts via enclosed pedestrian bridges, making it easy for guests to walk from property to property without going outdoors. These three properties have a total of approximately 3,900 hotel rooms, approximately 339,000 square feet of gaming space, and account for almost 30 percent or 8.7 million of the visitors to Atlantic City. Six additional Atlantic City casino hotels are located approximately .5 mile to 1.5 miles to the south on the boardwalk, with the remaining three in the Marina District of Atlantic City.